Indisputably in full possession of a dramatic soprano voice, with wide-ranging artistic ability and technique to burn, she is a dynamo on stage.
Stephan Bonfield, Calgary Herald
Dunlop’s powerful voice was perfect for this Schoenbergian, expressionist sounding set with its wide-ranging intervals and dynamics and dramatic mood contrasts.Mary O’Keeffe, The Telegram
Dunlop is a committed and accomplished singer who intuitively comprehends her vital place as a creative vehicle in expression of human depth.James Strecker, Reviews the Arts
The Lonely Child project was initiated in January 2017. The core members of the project are Soprano Stacie Dunlop, Composer/Arranger/Musical Director Scott Good and Circus Artists Angola Murdoch (LookUp Theatre) and Holly Treddenick (Femmes de Feu) and creative consultant Sara Porter. It is a three stage creation project: For the first stage (March 2019) a […]
A 5-day workshop from January 10-14, 2017 to explore a new 10-player version of Arnold Schoenberg’s Erwartung arranged by composer Aaron Gervais along with the newly orchestrated version of The Harvester (Aaron Gervais/Paul Van Dyck) 2015 for the same ensemble. With performers: soprano Stacie Dunlop and baritone Alexander Dobson; Ensemble Paramirabo; conductor/music director: Kevin Mallon; […]
In collaboration with aerialists Holly Treddenick and Angola Murdock, we created Ascension for Balancing on the Edge at The Harbourfront Theatre. “In this trio we witness three personal journeys of transformation on and around the aerial ladder. At times reflecting each other, other times supporting one another along. The core of this work delves into […]
In collaboration with aerialists Angola Murdock and Holly Tredenick, we reinvented John Cage’s iconic “Aria” with Fontana Mix. This work was programmed in a production between Thin Edge New Music Collective and A Girl in the Sky Productions at the Harbourfront Centre in November 2016.
In May 2016 I was part of a multi-disciplinary project that brought artists together from Mexico, Canada and Poland to present a program called “Journey to Mexico”. This was a project inspired by poet Iwona Zelazawska’s experience during her travels to Mexico. In collaboration with cellist Dobrochna Zubek and pianist Piotr Banasik, we performed works […]
With it’s initial incubation at the Banff Centre under the mentorship of Henk Guittart who guided me through the intimate and murky depths of Erwartung, this project has flourished and gained the support of Kevin Mallon, conductor and Artistic Director of Aradia Ensemble. Guided by my artistic vision as a producer and performer, this is […]
A new work composed by Scott Good for silent film, orchestra, soprano soloist and piano soloist. Scott wrote the vocal part for me, and the piano part for the wildly talented Greg Oh. It was premiered in November 2015 with the Kitchener-Waterloo Orchestra conducted by Edwin Outwater with a second performance in October 2017 with […]
“No Going Back: From a certain point on, there is no going back. That is the point to reach” – Franz Kafka No Going Back incubated at The Banff Centre during my 20-week 2012/13 self-directed creative residency part of which I spent 4-weeks squirreled away with violinist extraordinaire Andrea Neumann where we collaborated on György […]
The idea for this project began with Debussy’s Cinq poèmes de Baudelaire, which I coached with Rudolf Jansen in 2009 at The Mountainview International Song Festival. These songs are some of the earliest of Debussy’s compositions and provide a challenge to both the performer and the audience in their presentation, so I took it as […]