"a sweet, shimmering soprano"
    – The Washington Post


"versatile and passionate"
    – Der Tagesspiegel


"effortless mastery"
    – Neues Deutschland


    – The New York Times

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"...the most memorable work of the evening was 'La fabbrica illuminata'....Singing with remarkable self-possession, Mastrian gave a manifestly courageous performance that was alert to the fierce protest behind every note of this score but also, near the end, conveyed the almost Mahlerian sense of human compassion in this music, as the soprano sings 'non sarà così sempre' ("it will not always be like this")."
    – The Boston Globe


"...showstopping heights with ease and control....nimble and coquettish...vocally winning and dramatically perfect."
    – The Plain Dealer

"...exquisitely etched performance, unveiling delicate, silvery tones and pinpoint accuracy."
    – The Washington Times

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"...intensity, focus and a warm, passionate sound."
    – The New York Times

"Very impressive, the American soprano Stacey Mastrian sang with tremendous ease and beauty."
    – Berliner Zeitung

"...some of the most beautiful singing I have ever heard on the stage."
    – DC Theatre Scene


Gala dinner performance and TEDx-style lecture-performance at the closing plenary session of the International Fulbright Conference in Puebla, Mexico.

Concert at Ex Convento de Santa Monica in Puebla, Mexico with Yamaha artist and guitarist Alejandra Reyes and flutist Sarah Bassingthwaighte.

Residency in Morelia, Mexico at Escuela Popular de Bellas Artes.

Groupmuses and other performances in Seattle with the Ecco Chamber Ensemble.

Brahms' Requiem and Bach's Cantata 51 at San Paolo Entro le Mura in Rome with conductor Stefano Vasselli.

Performances at the the Fleischer Memorial in Philadelphia, PA and the DiMenna Center in NYC of Lost in the Woods, a percussion opera written for soprano Stacey Mastrian and the Akros Percussion Collective during the Thoreau bicentenary -- music by Christopher Shultis, with a libretto based on civil disobedience and nature texts by Henry David Thoreau, video by Hee Sook Kim.

Three recording projects and concerts and residencies in AZ, CA, HI, MD, MO, PA, NV, WA, and WI.