Samantha Stein recently starred as Susanna in Bay View Music Festival’s production of Le Nozze di Figaro. The Boston native currently has a budding career in Chicago’s exciting classical music scene. Favorite roles performed include Ernestine in Offenbach’s R.S.V.P, and Fortuna in L’Incorinazione di Poppea. Last year she was the soprano soloist in the Beethoven Choral Fantasie and covered the role of Flaminia in Haydn’s Il Mondo della Luna. She has participated in the Grant Park Chorus, earning an Apprentice Artist scholarship. Other professional engagements include singing with the William Ferris Chorale, and the touring performances presented by Opera Playhouse, an interactive K-12 educational outreach program, where she sings the role of Luella, the Big Bad Wolf, in Asten’s The Three Little Pigs. She holds degrees from SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music and Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University.
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