Stubbs, Stephen

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In 1997,Stephen Stubbs founded the Accademia d’Amore to help educate singers and players in the subtle art of 17th century musical performance. His 2010-2011 season includes directing a new production of Steffani’s Niobe for the Boston Early Music Festival, Handel’s Agrippina for the UCLA Opera department and Monteverdi’s 1610 Vespers in Seattle. In March 2011 the American Handel Society will hold its bi-annual Handel Festival in Seattle where Stephen will direct a new Pacific MusicWorks production of Handel’s Esther as well as a revival of Acis and Galatea. Since 1997 Stephen has co-directed the bi-annual Boston Early Music Festival opera and is the permanent artistic co-director. BEMF’s recordings of Conradi’s Ariadne, Lully’s Thesee, and Psyché were nominated for Grammy awards in 2005, 2007, and 2009. 2011 will see his debut conducting the Seattle Symphony Orchestra performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. As a conductor, he is represented by Schwalbe and Partners.

 

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Professional Performer or Semi-Pro Performer, Teacher/Professor, Orchestra/Chorus/Opera Company, Presenter/Festival/Workshop

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Seattle, WA
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