Stephanie Lauricella was born in the United States and trained at Ithaca College and the Manhattan School of Music. In 2010, she joined the prestigious Young Artists Program at the Santa Fe Opera. An artist in residence at the Pittsburgh Opera, she sang the role of Hansel in Hansel and Gretel, the title role in Rinaldo, Flora in La Traviata, Sister Mathilde in Dialogues des carmélites and Rosina in the Barber of Seville (as part of the performances for young singers). She has also sung the roles of Angelina in La Cenerentola in San José, Rosina at the New Jersey Opera, Lola in Cavalleria rusticana and Hansel in Sarasota, Hansel at the Minnesota Opera, the Composer in Ariadne auf Naxos at the Virginia Opera, and Isolier in Comte Ory at the Des Moines Metro Opera. She was also a member of Berlin’s Deutsche Oper troupe where she performed the roles of Rosina, Hansel, Siebel (Faust), Princess Nicolette (The Love for Three Oranges), and Mercedes (Carmen).
She has made guest appearances at Geneva’s Grand Théâtre singing the roles of Wellgunde (Rheingold and Twilight of the Gods), Siegrune (Die Walküre), the Second Wood Sprite (Rusalka), the title role in César Cui’s Puss in Boots, and Hermia (A Midsummer Night’s Dream). Stephanie Lauricella also performs in concert (Lili Boulanger’s Psalm 130, From the Depths of the Abyss, Handel’s Messiah, and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony). Last season she made her debut appearance at the Seattle Opera in Le Comte Ory (Isolier). She has just sung the role of Dorabella for the first time at the Deutsche Oper in Berlin as well as the role of Stephano (Romeo and Juliet) at the Madison Opera.
Rosina for her debut appearance at the Hong Kong Opera.
Stephanie Lauricella is making her Paris Opera debut