Stephanie Dillon

Mezzo Soprano

Stephanie Dillon

Mezzo soprano Stephanie Dillon was born and raised in Moree, NSW, and is now based in Sydney.

Stephanie is a versatile singer, showcasing her “distinctively edged sound” (Sydney Morning Herald) and “full-bodied mezzo warmth” (Fever Pitch Magazine) in repertoire ranging from the Baroque to contemporary periods. Stephanie enjoys a varied career, both as a soloist and ensemble singer. 

Stephanie has been a member of the Choir of St James’ King Street, Sydney since 2017. Stephanie enjoys regular collaborations with some of Australia’s finest ensembles, including Bach Akademie Australia, the Song Company, Pinchgut Opera, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Christ Church St Laurence, Musica Viva Australia, and CASTALIA Vocal Consort. Stephanie was a Principal Artist with The Song Company from 2020-2022 and is the co-Director of new vocal ensemble, CASTALIA Vocal Consort.

In 2023, Stephanie was a featured soloist with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, performing Bach Magnificat in D under the baton of Stephen Layton. She also was a soloist with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in July, and performed with The Tallis Scholars in the UK in June 2023.

In 2022, Stephanie performed in various projects with Bach Akademie Australia, tours with the Song Company and the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and two programs with Pinchgut Opera, including Monteverdi’s Vespers. Stephanie also performed in four programs with CASTALIA Vocal Consort in their inaugurate year. Other professional highlights include Arvo Pärt’s Passio at the Tapestry of Sacred Music Festival in Singapore, 150 Psalms project at the 2020 Adelaide Festival, Handel's Messiah with various orchestras, and music education work for primary-aged students.

In addition to her work as a performer, Stephanie has worked in arts administration and arts education in some of Australia’s leading arts organisations. Stephanie also works as a qualified primary school teacher when not on the concert platform.


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