Carrie Stevens, mezzo-soprano

with Gabriel Dobner, piano

Sunday, September 29 @ 2 pm


Carrie Stevens is highly regarded for her versatility in concert, chamber and operatic venues, spanning styles from Baroque to contemporary music. She has performed with conductors Jeffrey Kahane, Ivan Fischer, Helmuth Rilling, Roger Norrington, Michael Morgan and Carl St. Clair, among others. Her concert experience includes performances with the Oakland Symphony, Santa Rosa Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and Minnesota Orchestra. She has enjoyed appearances with the Richmond Chamber Music, Staunton Music Festival, Crested Butte, Kalamazoo Bach, Austin Bach Society and Oregon Bach Festivals, and has been a Fellowship recipient at the Stonybrook Bach Aria Festival.

Stevens has a particular interest in contemporary music and has been involved in many premieres, including works by Kirke Mechem, Ofer Ben-Amots, John Baboukis and Russell Burnham. She holds a Doctorate of Music from the University of Minnesota and is currently Associate Professor of Voice at James Madison University.

Gabriel Dobner has appeared with some of Europe’s leading singers in the major concert venues of Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Zürich, Vienna, Tokyo and Nagoya. He has recorded for both the Ottavo and MDG labels, winning high praise from BBC Music Magazine, Fono Forum and the West German Radio in Cologne, who referred to him as a “master among Lieder pianists.” He has also done numerous radio recordings in the U.S., Germany and Japan.



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