Stephanie Stanway is a Samling Artist from Glasgow and has recently graduated from the Alexander Gibson Opera School at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland under Wilma MacDougall. Before studying at the RCS, Stephanie graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music with a Bmus (Hons) and PGDip (distinction). Stephanie is the current winner of the Ye Cronies Opera award (2019) and is a recipient of the Dame Eva Turner Vocal Prize.
Opera Credits include Mary, Amadeus and the Bard (Scottish Opera) Lauretta, Gianni Schicchi, (RCS) Ida, Rosalinda (Cover) Die Fledermaus (RCS) Nun, The Fiery Angel (Scottish Opera) Miss Wingrave (cover), Owen Wingrave (British Youth Opera) Dolcina, Suor Angelica, Miss Jesse, The Turn of the Screw and Miss Pinkerton The old Maid and the Thief (Manchester Opera Ensemble). Stephanie has an interest for contemporary music and has created the roles of Emily, Emily (Tim Benjamin) and Ursula/Seppi, Mysterious 44 (Kevin Malone). On the concert platform Stephanie has performed all over the UK. Works include the soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah, Time of War mass (Haydn), The Eternal light (Howard Goodall), Petite Solennelle(Rossini), Mass to St. Cecile (Gounod) and The Armed Man (Karl Jenkins)
Stephanie’s studies were kindly funded by The Robertson Trust, The Mary Garden Trust and The Cross Trust.