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Stephanie Lamprea

     

Soprano Stephanie Lamprea is an active performer, recitalist and curator in the United States, specializing in 20th and 21st century classical repertoire. Her solo performances have been described as “electrifying”, and she was awarded 2nd place in the international John Cage Awards, sponsored by the John Cage Orgel Stiftung in Halberstadt, Germany. Her work in curation was also recently awarded a grant from the Puffin Foundation. Stephanie devours mammoth works of virtuosity and extended technique with ease and creative insight. In 2018 she performed the entirety of Georges Aperghis’ Recitations in New York and in Boston. Other works of note she has performed include Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, Luciano Berio’s Folk Songs, and Shostakovich’s Seven Verses of Alexander Blok. She has performed as a solo and chamber musician at National Sawdust, Spectrum, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Miller Theater at Columbia University, Symphony Space, the Terrace Theater at Kennedy Center, the Slipper Room, and Park Avenue Armory.

“Dithyramb”from Tongues (Jason Eckardt)

“Dithyramb” from Tongues, by Jason Eckardt
Stephanie Lamprea, voice
Gallery 263 – November 2018

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Meredith Monk’s “Gotham Lullaby”

Gotham Lullaby, by Meredith Monk
Stephanie Lamprea, voice
Spectrum, NYC – October 2017

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From the Grammar of Dreams

From the Grammar of Dreams
written by Kaija Saariaho
Stephanie Lamprea and Rose Hegele, sopranos

Arts at the Armory, Somerville, MA
November 2018

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