PageLines- SDunlop_900.jpgWith a voice that has been described as a “powerful demonstration of musical artistry wed to superb technique”, soprano Stacie Dunlop is an avid freelance performer of contemporary music.

Highly involved in the creation of new music, Stacie has commissioned works from Canadian composers R. Murray Schafer, Harry Freedman, Juhan Puhm, Clark Ross, Scott Godin, Tawnie Olson and Paul Steenhuisen. Her repertoire spans from song through chamber, orchestral and operatic mediums with performances across Canada and the UK.

As a producer of new work, it is her passion to develop programs that push the boundaries of safety, challenging audiences, yet at the same time bringing them the highest quality experience that will touch them, leaving them with a captivating memory and a want for more. Labeling herself as a multidisciplinary artist, Stacie incorporates both theatre and visual arts in her productions, thus effecting audiences in an expansive array of experiences. Upcoming performances include Schoenberg’s String Quartet #2, Op. 10 and a new work by NYC based composer Ed Harsh with The Cecilia String Quartet, a cross-Canada tour of No Going Back with violinist Andrea Neumann and pianist Rosabel Choi and as a new member of Toronto’s Thin Edge New Music Collective, Stacie will be premiering works by composers Adam Scime and Hiroki Tsurumoto in June 2014.