Mezzo-soprano Stephanie Feigenbaum has been praised by Opera News for her "considerable character delineation" and "credible and nuanced" performing. This season, Ms. Feigenbaum will cover Nerone in L’incoronazione di Poppea with Bare Opera and sing the role of Amaranta in the World Premiere of Fortunato by Miriam Gideon with Fresh Squeezed Opera. Last season, Ms. Feigenbaum sang the role of La Suora Zelatrice in Suor Angelica at OperaDelware and was an Apprentice Artist at Opera Southwest, where she covered Hedwige in Guillaume Tell. She spent the summer of 2017 at the Aspen Music Festival, where she covered Sesto in La Clemenza di Tito and Angel 2/Queen in the American Premiere of Luke Bedford’s Seven Angels. In the 2016-2017 season, Ms. Feigenbaum performed the role of Wanda June in the World Premiere of Happy Birthday, Wanda June at Indianapolis Opera. In the summer of 2016 she was a Young Artist at Opera Saratoga, where she covered Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro and The Wind in Glass’s The Witches of Venice. Later in 2016, she performed the role of Hippolyta in Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Lakes Area Music Festival. During 2015-2016, Ms. Feigenbaum was a Resident Artist at Indianapolis Opera and was heard in their productions as Julia Bertram in Mansfield Park and Pinocchio in Pinocchio. In the summer of 2015, Ms. Feigenbaum was a Young Artist at Chautauqua Opera. Other credits include Dorabella in Così Fan Tutte and Second Spirit in Die Zauberflöte in scenes at the Aspen Music Festival, Maestra delle Novizie and La Suora Zelatrice in Suor Angelica and First Witch in Dido and Aeneas at the Hawai’i Performing Arts Festival, and The Shepherd in L’Enfant et les Sortileges and Midinette in Il Tabarro at the Castleton Festival. Ms. Feigenbaum is a graduate of Northwestern University, where she earned her BM in 2013 and MM in 2015. A favorite there, she was featured as Mrs. De Rocher in Dead Man Walking, Meg in Little Women, Valletto in L’incoronazione di Poppea, Mae in The Grapes of Wrath, Lucrezia in Lucrezia, and Mad Margaret in Gilbert and Sullivan's Ruddigore. A versatile artist, Ms. Feigenbaum has also performed Bach's Magnificat and Cantata 37, Mozart’s Requiem, Handel's Judas Maccabaeus, Barber's The Lovers, Vivaldi's Gloria, and Pergolesi's Stabat Mater. She has been a soloist at Carnegie Hall on multiple occasions with the Hazamir International Choir, singing repertoire by modern Israeli composers.