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First prize - Queen Elisabeth International Grand Prize
Since winning the 1996 Queen Elisabeth International Voice Competition and the prestigious American vocal award, the Walter W. Naumburg Competition (1999), Stephen Salters has traveled the world performing in both opera houses and concert halls. On the opera stage with over 30 roles, he excels equally in contemporary works and standard repertory. He has been acclaimed throughout Europe, the UK, Asia and the United States in roles by Bizet (Toreador/Carmen), Mozart (Don Giovanni, Count Almaviva/Le nozze di Figaro and Guglielmo/Cosi fan tutte); Donizetti (Malatesta/Don Pasquale) (Belcore/L’Elisir d’Amore; Gluck (High Priest and Hercules/Alceste); Handel (Melisso/Alcina and Achilla/Guilio Cesare); Leoncavallo (Silvio/I Pagliacci); Rossini (Dandini/La Cenerentola); Shostakovich (Kovalyov/The Nose); Weill (Bill/ Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny ); and as Captain Balstrode in Britten’s Peter Grimes at Tanglewood on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the piece’s American premiere. He created the role of the Minotaur in the world premiere of Philippe Fénelon’s Les Rois for Opéra National in Bordeaux, and the title role in Elena Ruehr’s Toussaint Before the Spirits for Opera Boston. As a recitalist, Stephen Salters is also a much sought-after interpreter and advocate of ‘new music’. His collaborations include a dance/recital program under the combined auspices of Ravinia and the Luna Negra Dance Theatre, featuring the world premiere of a song cycle by Ana Lara; the commission of a cycle by William Bolcom for Stephen Salters and The Lark String Quartet; and another by French composer Pierre Ruscher. He has demonstrated his versatility on the concert stage in such works as Bach’s St. Matthew Passion and Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder, Symphony No. 8 and Songs of a Wayfarer, Copland’s Old American Songs, Orff’s Carmina Burana, Vaughan Williams’ A Sea Symphony, Britten’s War Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Szymanowski’s Stabat Mater, Zemlinsky’s Symphonic Songs, and the Brahms Requiem as well as Handel’s Messiah. Stephen Salters has performed under the batons of many celebrated conductors including Christoph Eschenbach, Seiji Ozawa, Ivor Bolton, Will Crutchfield and Leonard Slatkin. He has also collaborated with some of the world's most important stage directors such as Francesca Zambello, Robert Wilson and Colin Graham. His recordings include a recital CD of French mélodies, German lieder and spirituals with pianist Sheila Kibbe for Cypres, Telarc’s award-winning recording of Gluck’s Iphigénie en Tauride, the dance opera entitled Toussaint Before the Spirits which was released on the Arsis label and a DVD of Fénelon’s Les Rois. Stephen Salters conducts masterclasses and has a residency called Until Now for young singers.
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Second Prize
The Romanian soprano Ana Camelia Stefanescu was born in 1974 in Bucharest. Following studies at the Dinu Lipatti Music School in Bucharest, she decided to concentrate on singing and worked with Ionel Voineag and Andreiana Rosca. She has been awarded prizes in a number of important singing competitions including the Verviers International Competition, but caught the attention of the international opera world when she won second prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition. As principal artist with the Romanian National Opera, Ana Camelia Stefanescu sang numerous roles including Lucia/Lucia di Lammermoor, Rosina/The Barber of Seville, Zerbinetta/Ariadne auf Naxos, the Queen of the Night/The Magic Flute and Zerlina/Don Giovanni. In 1996 Ana Camelia Stefanescu made her Italian operatic debut as the Queen of the Night at the Teatro Comunale in Florence, and her Vienna State Opera and Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin debut in the same role. Other past engagements include the Queen of the Night on the tour to Japan with the Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, Olympia /Les Contes d'Hoffmann in Dieter Kaegi's new production for Opera Ireland, and Lukullus and Solimano at the Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin. Furthermore Ana Camelia Stefanescu sang Mozart's Madame Hertz/Der SchauspielDirektor at the Théâtre de la Place in Liège and the Queen of the Night at the Hamburg State Opera and in her debut at the Teatro Real in Madrid. In November 2000 she sang the roles of "e Feu, la Princesse and le Rossignol in concert performances of L'Enfant et les Sortilèges also in Madrid. She recently got lavish praise for her role debut as Ophélie (Hamlet/A. Thomas) in the renowned production of stage director Vincent Boussard and conducted by Patrick Fournillier at the Opéra National du Rhin, Strasbourg/Mulhouse (June 2011). Amongst her new parts: La fée (Cendrillon/Massenet) and Violetta (La Traviata/Verdi). Other European engagements of the last seasons included several series of Queen of the Night at the Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, Graz Opernhaus and Opéra de Nice, Fauré's Requiem with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Bilbao, L'Enfant et les Sortilèges at the Teatro Real in Madrid and with the Orquesta de Valencia and Ligeti's Requiem with the Orquesta Nacional de Espana. In addition to her opera engagements Ana Camelia Stefanescu has made several recordings with the Romanian Broadcasting Corporation and for WDR in Cologne. She has also given a number of concerts and recitals in Romania, Spain, Poland, Switzerland, France, Holland, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom, including a concert in her native Romania, where she was the soprano soloist with José Carreras. In Belgium, where she has now decided to live on a permanent base, she recently appeared in La Petite Messe Solennelle by G. Rossini. Last March she returned to Bucharest to sing the title role in Lucia di Lammermoor. She also took part at Chamber Music concert in Lisbon (with works by Schönberg). Recently she gave a concert together with José Van Dam at the Brussels Palais des Beaux Arts and sang Beethoven Missa Solemnis with l’Orchestre national de Lorraine (June 2010). During the season 2011/2012, she will appear at several occasions at the La Monnaie in Brussels.
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Third Prize
Enriched by her Greek-American heritage, Eleni Matos was honored to sing the Verdi Requiem, at the foot of Acropolis, at Greece's week-long remembrance of Maria Callas broadcast on Greek National Television. Her debut recording of Haydn Arias can be heard on the ERI label. Eleni Matos is a winner in an unprecedented thirty-three national and international vocal competitions including: The Maria Callas, Luciano Pavarotti, Queen Elisabeth, Florida Grand Opera, George London, Palm Beach Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, and Caruso Competitions among others. She has performed on many of the worlds greatest stages including: Lyric Opera of Chicago, Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, The Megaron, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, etc., along with some of the greatest classical singers including: Jane Eaglen, Johann Botha, Ben Heppner, Ruth Ann Swenson, June Anderson, Dimitri Hvorostovsky, Renee Fleming, Samuel Ramey. She has performed under the baton of Zubin Mehta, Leonard Slatkin, and Daniel Barenboim among others.
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Fourth Prize
Mariana Zvetkova was born and raised in Bulgaria. After completing her degrees at the Academy of Music in Sofia, she began her career in Bulgaria, singing the lead roles in IL Trovatore, Aida, Tannhaeuser. To further her professional studies, she went to Italy to study with Boris Christoff at The Academy of Arts and Culture in Rome and at The Indiana University with Martina Arroyo. Since then, Mariana embarked upon her international career, which has taken her to La Scala in Milano, Munich State Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Tokyo National Theater, Lyon National Orchester, Radio France, Semper Oper in Dresden among others. Under the batton of Giuseppe Sinopoli, Ms Zvetkova recorded Dvorak’s Stabat Mater with Deutsche Gramophon Label; Beethoven‘s 9th Symphony with Radio France and Evgeny Svetlanov; Rachmaninoff’s “Opera Highlights from Aleko-The Misery Knight-Francesca da Rimini” with Sofia National Opera Chorus and Orchestra and Nayden Todorov; The Mahler’s 4th Symphony with Radio Sofia Orchestra . Mariana Zvetkova has won The Grand Prix of The International Competition in Toulouse in 1998, is a Laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition (1996) and 2nd Prize Winner at The Puccini Foundation Competition in New York in 1999. She is a recipient of Grants and Awards from The Olga Forrai Foundation, The Singers Development Foundation, The Gerda Lissner Foundation and The Sullivan Foundation. Ms Zvetkova resides in the USA.
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Fifth Prize
Tenor Ray M. Wade, Jr. was a member of the Solo Ensemble of the Nationaltheater Mannheim, Germany from the 95 through the 98 seasons where he sang several roles including; Alfredo Germont in La Traviata, Conte Almaviva in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Ferrando in Così fan tutte, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serial, The Italian Singer in Der Rosenkavalier, Arturo in Lucia di Lammermoor, Chevalier Belfiore in Die Reise nach Reims and Camille de Rossillon in Die Lustige Witwe. He is a native of Ft. Worth, Texas where he began his career with the Ft. Worth Opera Theater in 1983. Ray Wade had the privilege of singing on a concert for the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the coronation of Pope John Paul II in November of 1998 in Vatican City, Italy in which the Pope attended. Mr. Wade then made his debut with the Deutsche Oper Berlin where he sang the tenor role in Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in December of the same year under the direction of Christian Thielemann. Mr. Wade also sang in the Bregenzer Festspiel’s production of A Greek Passion by Martinu in the summer of 1999. Ray Wade was a Laureate in the 1996 Queen Elisabeth Competition, the first prize winner of the 1994 Stewart Awards National Operatic Voice Competition in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, a national winner of the 1993 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions for Young Singers and also a winner of the 7th Enrico Caruso International Singing Competition in Milan, Italy in October of 1992. He was only the second American ever to win this prestigious competition. He made his European Debut in 1993 with the role of Don Ottavio in Mozart’s Don Giovanni in Gent, Belgium. He again sang the role in San Francisco Opera's Merola Opera Program in the summer of 1994 under the baton of Patrick Summers and in Western Opera Theater's 1994 tour. Ray Wade has performed with several world class orchestras including The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, The San Francisco Opera Orchestra, The Deutsche Oper Berlin Orchestra, The Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, The Monnaie Symphony Orchestra in Brussels, Belgium, The Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Mons, De Vlaams Opera Orchestra, The Nationaltheater Mannheim Symphony Orchestra in Mannheim, Das Rundfunk Orchester des Südwestfunk in Kaiserslauten, Germany, The Orchestra del Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma, The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra in St. Paul, Minnesota. U.S.A. under the direction of Bobby McFerrin, The Vienna Symphony Orchestra, and in October of 1999 Mr. Wade sang the role of Belmonte in a concert version of Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail in Munich’s famed Prinz Regententheater in which Dietrich Fischer-Diskau played the role of Bassa Selim with The Münchener Kammerorchester. Ray Wade sang the title role in Gounod’s Faust with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Flanders in Antwerp, Belgium in June of 2000. He sang the tenor role in Rossini’s Stabat Mater in Leipzig, Germany with The MDR Orchestra in the famed Gewandhaus under the direction of Marcello Viotti in March of 2001. He sang the role of Tamino in Mozart’s Zauberflöte and Nadir in Bizet’s Les Pêcheurs de Perles in Basel, Switzerland in 2001 / 2002. Ray Wade can be heard on several recordings including Lucia di Lammermoor and Norma with Edita Gruberova under the direction of Friedrich Haider. He can also be heard in Cartellieri’s Christmas Oratorio and Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with Das Neue Orchester under the direction of Christoph Spering. Ray Wade was a member of the ensemble in the Opera Cologne from 2004 until 2009 where he had great success as Dionysus in Henze’s The Bassarids, Don Alvaro in Verdi’s La Forza del Destino, Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Boheme, Laca in Janacek’s Jenufa, Turiddu in Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana, Canio in Leoncavallo’s I Pagliacci and Riccardo in Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera. In 2009 Wade received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Samson in Saint-Saëns Samson et Dalila. He also had great success as Pinkerton in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly and Salvator Rosa in Antonio Gomes’ Salvator Rosa in Staatstheater Braunschweig. Recent engagements include Faust in Boito’s Mefistofele in Gelsenkirchen, Don Alvaro in Verdi’s La Forza del Destino in Würzburg and his debut in the role of Otello in Verdi’s Otello in Heidelberg.
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Sixth Prize
After graduating, Dutch soprano Anja Vincken started teaching at the Maastricht Conservatorium and performing at the Staatstheater Kassel. A laureate of several competitions, she has appeared in Cologne, Wiesbaden, Frankfurt and Essen and was part of the company of Oper Bonn. Her major roles are Countess Almaviva, Donna Elvira, Fiordiligi, Agathe, Freia, Micaëla and Mimi. She is also in demand as a concert vocalist. Since 2004-2005 she sings at the Staatstheater Darmstadt, starring as Jenny (Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny), Countess Mariza, Alice (Falstaff), Iphigénie (Iphigénie en Tauride), Ismene (Antigonae), Leonora (Il trovatore), Eva (Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg) and in the title role in Tosca.
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Unranked laureate
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Unranked laureate
French bass-baritone Paul Gay studied with Robert Dumé and Kurt Moll. He has established himself as a very reliable artist on important european scenes and festivals. His even and well conducted voice, his perfect legato, and his abilities to vocalize makes him an ideal interpret for belcanto. His voice's range and power allow him to sing some dramatic roles like Golaud, Amfortas, or Gounod"s Mephisto. In 2006 Paul Gay made a successful debut at the Bastille Opera in Martinus Juliette and his Wagner debut as Klingsor in Parsifal at the Frankfurt Oper which received unanimous critical acclaim. In 2007, he was Kolenaty in The Makopoulos Case at the Bastile, in Toulouse for Le Roi d'Ys from Lalo, and Toulon for Friar Laurence (Roméo et Juliette-Gounod). He just sang Gounod's Mephisto in Bordeaux and Yvonne, a world Premiere from Ph. Boesmans at the Bastille Opera, Vienna and Brussels with great success as well as a new production of Lulu (Athlete) staged by P.Stein at the Opéra de Lyon. In 2010 he was Harasta and Mr Flint in Billy budd at the Bastille, Escamillo in Toronto and Bordeaux, Henry VIII in Anna Bolena in Frankfurt . 2011 will see him in Munich's Staatsoper for the title role of Saint Francois d'Assises from Messiaen as well as Don Estoban in der Zwerg from Zemlinsky, Paris for Gounod's Mephisto and Des Grieux in Manon and Avignon for Le Dialogue des Carmelites and Thaïs from Massenet(for details, see the Calendar). Further Projects will lead him to Brussels and Frankfurt for Golaud in Pelleas et Mélisande, Glyndebourne for Inigo in L'Heure Espagnole, Munich and Paris for Capuletti e Montecchi from Bellini... Paul Gay started his career being a company principal in Osnabrück, Germany, where he built a consequent major roles repertoire including Don Quichotte, Don Giovanni, Figaro, Kecal, Colline... In those years, he had the opportunity of many guest appearances in houses like Hannover, Munster, or Detmold. From 2000 to 2003, he was invited for a residence contract at the Opéra de Lyon where he sang in 14 productions, roles like Alidoro, Collatinus, Rangoni or Colline, which he also sings in Genève conducted by Louis Langrée. In 2003 he was invited in Bern for the title role of Don Giovanni. In 2004, the Opera de Lyon contracted him as a guest for his widely acclaimed debut as Golaud, he also appeared in in the 2004 Glyndebourne summer Festival as Garibaldo in Haendel's Rodelinda. In 2005, he sang the athlete in Lulu at the Opéra National du Rhin and performed Fauré's Requiem with the Orchestre National de Lyon conducted by Graeme Jenkins. Paul Gay worked under the direction of such conductors as Ivan Fischer, Christian Badea, William Christie, Maurizio Benini, Philippe Jordan, Jiri Behlohlavèc, Semyon Bychkov, Yves Abel, Evelino Pido, Emmanuelle Haïm, Michael Schonwandt, Vladimir Fedosseyev, Gunther Herbig, Paolo Carignani, and directors such as Willy Decker, Luc Bondy, Peter Stein, Nicolas Joel, Richard Jones, Jean-Marie Villegier,Graham Vick, Philip Himmelman, he appeared in concert performances with the Orchestre national de Lyon, the Berliner Philharmoniker, the Orchestre National de France, the Moscow radio Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and Les Arts Florissants.
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Polish bass-baritone Robert Gierlach made his debut with Teatro alla Scala in Milan as the Count in Le Nozze di Figaro, and his American debut as Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro with Michigan Opera Theatre to unanimous acclaim. Recent performances include Creon in Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex with Charles Dutoit with the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande in Geneva and Lausanne, with the Philadelphia Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, and with the NHK Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo; Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro with Opera Lyra Ottawat and a return to the Michigan Opera Theatre as Don Giovanni, a role he performed in his Arizona Opera and Opera Cleveland debuts. He most recently performed Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in Vienna and Kraków (Poland); Mendelssohn’s Elias and a Mozart and Chopin concert in Warsaw, and Papageno in The Magic Flute in Gdańsk (Poland) and with the Warsaw National Opera. Additionally, Robert Gierlach recently made his New York City Opera debut as Leporello in Don Giovanni, and created the role of Vronsky in the world premiere of Anna Karenina with Florida Grand Opera and the Opera Theatre of St. Louis. He also performed Papageno in The Magic Flute with the Michigan Opera Theatre, and Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro with Baltimore Opera, Opéra de Montreal and Florida Grand Opera. Recent engagements abroad include King Roger in Tokyo, Zurich and Stockholm, Alidoro in La Cenerentola at the Opera House of Mahón (Menorca), Achille in Giulio Cesare with the Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Figaro and Don Giovanni at the Mozart Festival in Warsaw and Jeanie d’Arc with Oratorium-Wratislavia Cantans Festival. Additionally, he has performed at the Teatro alla Scala, Rome Opera, Teatro Filarmonico Verona, Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Teatro Verdi di Trieste, Royal Albert Hall, Salzburg Opera, Amsterdam Opera, L’Opera de Nice, Opera of Marseilles, Champs-Elysées Theatre, Cape Town Opera, and the Festival of Glyndebourne. In concert, Robert Gierlach has appeared in King Roger and Rossini’s Stabat Mater at Carnegie Hall and at Places des Arts with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra; Stabat Mater with the Berlin Philharmonic, in Warsaw under the baton of Nello Santi, and in Vienna; Oedipus Rex with the Orchestre National de France; Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 in Dresda and Rostock; Handel’s Dettingen Te deum with the Cracow Philharmonic; Haydn’s Creation with the NHK Orchestra Toyko conducted by Charles Dutoit; Mendelssohn’s Elijah with the Teatro Filarmonico Verona conducted by Shlomo Minz; the Holocaust Cantata at the Shleswig Holstein Festival with conductor Yehundi Menuhin; Brahms’ Ein Deutches Requiem with the Bydgoszcz Philharmonic; Beethoven’s Missa solemnis with the Krakow Philharmonic; Mozart’s Requiem with the Warsaw Philharmonic; and Bartok’s Cantata Pagana with the Polish National Philharmonic. A native of Poland, Robert Gierlach received his degree from the Academy of Music of Chopin, under the instruction of Professor Kazimierz Pustelak. He can be heard on numerous recordings with the Radio and Television Polonaise, and on a recording of King Roger with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.
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Mezzo-soprano Stephanie Houtzeel is winning accolades for her opera and concert performances around the world. Appearances as Octavian in Der Rosenkavalier at the Paris-Bastille Opera, the New Israeli Opera Tel Aviv and the Graz Opera have been heralded as “vocally, dramatically and physically sublime” (Opera News). She was nominated one of the best up-and-coming singers by Opernwelt Magazine for her Graz performance of the Composer in Ariadne auf Naxos (under Philippe Jordan), and has gone on to sing this role with success in Zurich, Tel Aviv and Antwerp. Stephanie Houtzeel regularly sings the French lyric repertoire, including Nicklausse in Les Contes d’Hoffmann (most recently at the Teatro Nacional de São Carlos-Lisbon, but also in Antwerp, St. Gallen and Linz), Marguérite in Berlioz’s La Damnation de Faust (Antwerp) and Charlotte in Massenet’s Werther (Sassari). Stephanie Houtzeel’s baroque performances are also wide-ranging, both on stage and in concert. Most recently she performed and recorded the title role in Lully’s Armide with Opera Lafayette, soon to be released on the Naxos label. In 2008 she sang both Juno and Mystery in Purcell’s Fairy Queen in Rennes, France, where she was noted for her “majestic presence and timbre.” Summer 2008 also marked her debut with the Ludwigsburger Festspiele, in an opera program of Jommelli and Mozart under the baton of rising star Michael Hofstetter. Stephanie Houtzeel has made her debut at the Opéra de Lyon as Prince Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus - a role she has sung many times to outstanding acclaim - as well as her debut at the Opéra National du Rhin, Strasbourg, as Dorabella in the David McVicar production of Così fan tutte. She returned to Graz in 2009 to reprise Octavian in Marco Arturo Marelli’s production of Der Rosenkavalier. Stephanie Houtzeel made her professional opera debut as Dorabella in Così fan tutte at the Hersfelder Festspiele, Germany and subsequently joined the Linz and Graz Operas, where she sang many Mozart and Strauss mezzo-roles, the Rossini heroines Rosina and Cenerentola, the Handel roles Ariodante, Galatea and Ino, Nicklausse, Prince Orlofsky, Diana in Orphée aux Enfers as well as major roles in World Premieres by Austrian composers Peter Androsch and Balduin Sulzer. Stephanie Houtzeel’s international concert appearances include Mahler’s Third Symphony at both the Vienna Musikverein and Avery Fisher Hall, appearances with the Collegium Vocale Gent under Phillippe Herreweghe, the New York Festival of Song, Musicians from Marlboro, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, styriarte Graz, the International Bruckner Festival and Great Performers of Lincoln Center. She recently returned to the Musikverein to sing Mahler’s Lieder aus Des Knaben Wunderhorn with the Graz Philharmonic and also appeared in a program of Respighi and Saint-Saens at La Monnaie in Brussels. She has collaborated with conductors Dennis Russell Davies, Philippe Jordan, Pinchas Steinberg, Phillippe Herreweghe, Eric Ericsson, Claus Peter Flor and Michael Hofstetter, to name a few. Upcoming engagements include appearances with the Orchestre de la Monnaie, the Ludwigsburger Festspiele, the Real Filharmonia of Galicia, the Norddeutsche Rundfunk, the Grand Tour Orchestra as well as chamber music concerts with The Four Nations Ensemble and Opera Lafayette. In addition to the Armide recording (Naxos), Stephanie Houtzeel sings the title role on the world premiere CD of von Suppé’s Fatinitza (CPO), recorded at Austria’s Léhar Festival. She appears on a CD of Handel chamber music with the Bouts Ensemble (Raumklang Label), which garnered high marks from both The American Record Guide and Classics Today. Stephanie Houtzeel was born in Kassel, Germany and grew up near Boston. She studied voice with Edward Zambara at New England Conservatory and at the Juilliard School, where she received her Masters of Music in 1996. She was the first recipient of Juilliard’s Vocal Arts Debut Award as well as a Laureate at the 1996 International Queen ElisabethCompetition.
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