Evan Marie Dozier-Stefanuk Biography
Evan Marie Dozier-Stefanuk is a soprano, composer, and voice teacher. She has formally studied music since the age of 14 at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music. She obtained her bachelor of music degree from Vanderbilt where she received many honors and graduated summa cum laude. Among her teachers and master classes in both voice and composition were Maestro Fred Scott, Dr. Jonathan Miller, Sharon Stephenson, Dr. Jonathan Retzlaff, Amy Jarman, Carol Webber, Carol Neblett, Ray Holcomb, Dr. Michael Kurek, John Cage, John Harbison, Bernard Rands, Morton Subotnick, and others. Evan moved from NYC to the Atlanta area. Evan is presently working toward her Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance.
Evan Dozier-Stefanuk is an accomplished vocalist with repertoire in opera, art song, jazz and church music as well as popular music and Broadway musicals. In May and June, Evan will be going to Moscow, Russia to study with soprano, Galina Pisarenko. She recently performed with the Atlanta Opera in the 2003-2004 season in Verdi’s Aida and Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin. Evan also performed with the Atlanta Lyric Theater during their 2003 season, in their staging of Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot, as Nimue and Lady Catherine and Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance. She enjoys singing everything from Mozart to Gershwin and much more.
Evan is now working toward her Master of Music degree in vocal performance.
Evan was involved in writing and editing twelve educational books for Mel Bay publications and co-wrote an adult piano method and a children’s musical with her husband, composer and pianist, Misha Stefanuk. She is now in the process of writing and publishing a book on vocal technique, vocal exercises and use of the voice. Evan is a member of GMEA and NATS.