Stacey Mastrian


Stacey Mastrian, a “manifestly courageous” (Boston Globe) soprano who is “versatile and passionate” (Der Tagesspiegel), has sung at venues such as the Konzerthaus (Berlin), the Kennedy Center (DC), Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur (Montréal), Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center (NY), St. Peter’s (Vatican City), Teatro La Fenice (Venice), and in Mexico and over half of the U.S. states. She recently performed Bach’s Cantata 51 and Brahms’ Requiem in Rome and the Philadelphia and NYC premieres of a percussion protest opera written for her with texts by Thoreau. Dr. Mastrian has been a Fulbright grantee and Beebe fellow to Italy and awarded The American Prize (Art Song), Chamber Orchestra of NY’s Respighi Prize, International Joseph Traxel Society’s First Laureate: Young Sponsored Lyric Artist, National Italian American Foundation’s Pavarotti Scholarship, Shoshana Foundation’s Richard F. Gold Career Grant, and Vocal Arts DC’s Discovery Series Winner. She has recorded for NAXOS, Neuma, and Stradivarius.