Stephanie Perez is a Mexican-American mezzo-soprano currently based in Los Angeles,
California. In her 2019/20 season, she had an upcoming performance as La Zia Principessa in
Puccini’s Suor Angelica with Mannes Opera. Due to COVID-19, Stephanie’s performance
engagements were postponed.
While attending Mannes School of Music, Stephanie has performed on multiple occasions,
including recitals, opera scenes concerts, and productions such as Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro,
Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress , and her most recent role as Madame Larina in Tchaikovsky’s
Eugene Onegin . She has also performed partial roles as Carmen (Carmen), Charlotte (Werther),
Dorabella (Così fan tutte), Emilia (Otello), Marcellina (Le nozze di Figaro) , Marthe (Faust),
Mother Marie (Dialogue of the Carmelites), Mrs. Quickly (Sir John in Love), and Tisbe (La
Cenerentola). Stephanie has collaborated with Symphony Irvine as the alto soloist in Handel’s
Messiah, as well as a feature with the La Sierra University Orchestra as the alto soloist in Mass
from Two Worlds by Ariel Quintana. Also, she has appeared in various productions with OPERA
AT LA SIERRA, including the role of Zita in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi.
Stephanie is currently pursuing a Professional Studies Diploma at Mannes School of Music,
where she was awarded the Presidential Scholarship. She holds a Master of Music in Voice from
the Mannes School of Music and a Bachelor of Arts in Music from La Sierra University.