As a voice teacher, I want to equip my students with a deeper understanding of their own voices and how to use the voice healthily and expressively. I believe that while there are fundamental elements of voice study that apply to all students, regardless of age or experience, each student is unique in the way that they interact with their instrument, and I want to guide them in their exploration of their voice such that they are simultaneously challenged and supported. I am happy to work with my students on any style of music that interests them and brings them joy.
Ms. Stabile spent her early years studying both the piano and violin and sang in many choirs before beginning private voice studies. She received her undergraduate education from Lawrence University and Conservatory of Music, where she studied with John T. Gates, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in English in addition to a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance. She has completed her graduate studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, studying with Andrew Wentzel. Ms. Stabile has also received training at La Musica Lirica and as a Young Artist at Red River Lyric Opera.
Ms. Stabile is an active performer of operatic and contemporary art music around the United States and a teacher of voice in southern New Hampshire. Her recent performance credits include Countess Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro and Dorothea Brooke in the collegiate premiere of Allen Shearer and Claudia Stevens’s new chamber opera, Middlemarch in Spring, with the University of Tennessee Opera Theater, as well as the title role in Alcina with Red River Lyric Opera. Ms. Stabile has also been a Performance Fellow with the Nief Norf Summer Festival and has been featured in performances of numerous contemporary works, including several world premiers.