Mezzo-soprano Pamela Helen Stephen joins Intermusica
Intermusica is delighted to announce the signing of mezzo-soprano Pamela Helen Stephen. Widely admired for her versatility and appealing stage presence, Stephen’s career has included performances with leading orchestras, opera houses, and conductors throughout the world.
Current and forthcoming highlights include Suzuki Madame Butterfly for both English National Opera and Bergen National Opera, title role Solomon with the Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra, Sorceress Dido and Aeneas with Trevor Pinnock at Wigmore Hall and Annina La traviata for the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
In demand on the concert platform, Stephen has performed alongside such leading conductors as André Previn, Sir Charles Mackerras, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Sir Simon Rattle, Richard Hickox, Edward Gardner, and Sir Richard Armstrong.
In recent seasons, Stephen has sung Hecuba in David McVicar’s production of Les Troyens for the Royal Opera House under Antonio Pappano, title role Giulio Cesare and Dido Dido and Aeneas for Opera North, Mrs. Disney The Perfect American and Emilia Otello both for ENO. She is also a regular performer at Opera Australia, including the title role of Carmen in both Sydney and Melbourne, Nicklausse/Muse in Offenbach Les Contes d'Hoffmann, and Sesto in Handel Giulio Cesare, a role which earned her a Robert Helpmann Award nomination.