Stephanie Strachan, Soprano & Steven Segaud, Piano

Soprano Stephanie Strachan and Pianist Steven Segaud present a vocal recital inspired by fantasy, fairytales and enchantment, featuring Operatic Arias, Lieder and Folk Songs.

Born in Paisley, Stephanie Strachan is a versatile Soprano living in Glasgow.
Having graduated from the University of Glasgow

in 2016, she is delighted to be continuing her studies with Helen Lawson, and will study the Masters of Music course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland later this year.
Stephanie has sung in many of Scotland's most prestigious choirs which has seen her singing to audiences internationally, with notable performances in Chicago, Wyoming, Prague, Vienna, Slovakia and France.
She has also sung in masterclasses with Roderick Williams, Patricia MacMahon, John Mark Ainsley and Mhairi Lawson, and was one of the SCO Chorus' first scholars in 2014.
As well as regular engagements with organisations including Ayrshire Opera Experience, The Scots Opera Project, The Reid Consort and Paisley Opera Project, Stephanie currently leads several community choirs and ensembles across Central Scotland. She prides her rehearsals on their inclusive and accessible nature, and encourages all to find enjoyment through song.
Last year Stephanie performed the role of the First Lady in The Scots Opera Project's production of The Magic Flute and this year she will perform the for of Belinda in Dido and Aeneas.

Steven Segaud is an accomplished pianist, baritone and musical director from Perth.
Having studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's Junior department alongside performing with the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland, he attended several chamber music courses with Pro Corda in Leiston and recently graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Bachelor of Music degree with honours.
As well as accompanying, performing with and musically directing ensembles and theatre companies across Glasgow and Edinburgh, Steven is currently in preparations to pursue studying a Masters in Musical Direction at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2019.

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The Townhouse, 66 High St, KA12 0AX
Irvine
29 April , Sunday 13:00

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