Stephanie Paige Newman was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She is a Mezzo- soprano and an emerging vocal talent in the operatic community. Stephanie is a regularly featured artist with the Downtowner Concert Series. She has collaborated on several events including: Songs with Harp, Unrequited Love, and American Composer Concert. She has performed several roles such as Charlotte in Massenet's Werther, Meg in Mark Adamo's Little Women, Mrs. Herring in Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring, and the Nurse in Michael Torke's Strawberry Fields. Stephanie has also participated in distinguished opera programs such as International Vocal Arts Institute, Opera Academy of California, and Manhattan School of Music Summer Festival. Winner of the Miami-Dade artist access grant award in 2013, Stephanie has also placed in the semi-finals in FGO/YPO competition, West Palm Beach opera competition, and Concerto Competition winner at New World School of the Arts. Stephanie began her musical studies at New World School of the Arts in South Florida and obtained her Master's in Vocal Performance from the University of Miami. Stephanie can frequently been seen in the South Florida community performing in many concerts throughout the community. An advocate for the Chron's and Colitis foundation, she is dedicated to using her talent as a platform for raising awareness for the cause. She is currently on voice faculty at Barry University, as well as a private voice studio.