Robyn Stevens, Mezzo Soprano, is a performing artist, choral conductor, and teacher. Beltway venues include Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Merkin Hall, the National Cathedral, the National Presbyterian Church, Washington National Opera, and Wolf Trap Opera. She has performed nationally on the east and west coasts, under the management of Ramon Alsina Artists, and internationally in Austria, Germany and Italy under the management of Heissler-Remy Agentur. Awards include Metropolitan Opera Grand Council Auditions District Finalist in Florida, NATS Regional Finalist, Florida, and winner of the Mount Pellier Recital Competition in Maryland. Broadcasts include I Pagliacci and Le Nozze di Figaro with Radio Italia, and Wagner’s “Liebestod” from Tristan und Isolde with the Peabody Concert Orchestra under the direction of Teri Murai on NPR’s “Music from Peabody”. A dedicated researcher, her articles on the Garcia family have been published in the National Association Teachers of Singing magazine, The Journal of Singing.
She holds a Bachelors Degree in Voice Performance from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, a Masters of Music in Voice performance from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University and a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Vocal Performance from the University of Maryland College Park. She has served on the voice faculties of the Community Colleges of Baltimore County, Catonsville; at Morgan State University, and the University of North Carolina where she was Voice Department Coordinator. She is founder and general director of the Baltimore Vocal Arts Foundation and serves on the music faculty of Baltimore City Community College.