Head Shot of Page Stephens
  • Operations Manager
jpage.stephens@utexas.edu
Office Phone: 512-232-6290
Office Location: MRH 3.748

Department:

Scheduling & Operations

Page Stephens, mezzo soprano, maintains an active performing career in the Austin area as a recitalist and opera singer. Page has a passion for new classical music, and has recently premiered new works by Austin composers David Adams and Russell Podgorsek. In April of 2015, she premiered the role of Gabriella/Gabriel in Rose Made Man (Franklin Piland), a brand new opera telling the story of a transgender character, commissioned for the 2015 Cohen New Works Festival. She enjoys singing works by Steve Reich - she has performed Music for 18 Musicians for the 2013 Fast Forward Austin Festival, Drumming for Texas Performing Arts' 2015 concert with Sō Percussion and the UT Percussion Ensemble, and will perform Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ with line upon line percussion in May 2016.

Page frequently collaborates with artists and ensembles for concert and chamber works and recitals. She sang as the mezzo soloist in Honneger's King David with the UT Chamber Singers, Concert Chorale, and Wind Ensemble and performed Aaron Jay Kernis' Simple Songs with the UT New Music Ensemble in 2015. Other recent opera and musical theater roles include The Narrator (Glass' Les enfants terribles, Butler Opera Center 2013), Emily (Moore's The Ballad of Baby Doe, Spotlight on Opera 2013) and Yvonne (Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George, Austin Shakespeare 2015). 

Page is currently the Operations Manager at the Butler School of Music. She also serves on the Board of Building Empowered Lives through Arts (BELTÁ), a non-profit that supports artists’ projects nation-wide. In addition to her singing and arts administration career, Page teaches a busy private studio of voice students.