Stephanie Windsor-Lewis

Mezzo-soprano

British mezzo-soprano Stephanie Windsor-Lewis’ recent and future engagements include Suzuki/Madama Butterfly and Rosmira/Partenope, English National Opera for whom she also covers Maddalena/Rigoletto.

Other operatic engagements have included Giovanna Seymour/Anna Bolena (Metropolitan Opera, understudy), Rosina/Il barbiere di Siviglia, Madama Rosa/Il campanello and Ciesca/Gianni Schicchi (Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino), Suzuki/Madama Butterfly and Lucia/La gazza ladra (Teatro Comunale di Bologna), La Macchina by Raffaele Grimaldi (Biennale di Venezia and Teatro Donizetti di Bergamo), and Meg Page/Falstaff (Longborough Festival Opera).

Stephanie’s concert engagements include a gala concert with Josè Carreras in Singapore, where she was a featured soloist, Berio’s Sinfonia for the Lucerne Festival with Pierre Boulez, Handel Dixit Dominus, Haydn Nelson Mass, and de Falla’s El Sombreros des Picos all at St John’s, Smith Square, London and Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem and Vivaldi’s Gloria at the Royal Albert Hall.

Stephanie won first prizes in the Benvenuto Franci competition and the Premio Crescendo Competition in Florence, and was a finalist in the Ernst Haefliger Competition in Switzerland. She studied at the Benjamin Britten International Opera School at the Royal College of Music with Ryland Davies and Tim Evans-Jones and was a young artist at the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, and at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna.


Previously for Longborough: Meg Page/Falstaff (2011)