Erin Stewart
 
 
 

Singer, Actress, Teacher

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

-Mrs. Nordstrom in the Tony nominated Broadway revival of A Little Night Music starring Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, Elaine Stritch, and Catherine Zeta-Jones

-Broadway debut with The Phantom of the Opera

-Christine Dae in the Broadway National Tour and the Las Vegas Phantom

-the Omaha Symphony, Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, and Symphony Space.

 
 
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"An artfully blended performance by soprano, Erin Stewart."

Allan Kozinn, New York Times

Upcoming Events

'IT HAD TO BE YOU', September 25, 2017, 7pm, Dutchess Hall Theatre 

Premiere! Husband and wife team up to present songs from the Great White Way, The Great American Songbook, as well as old Hollywood gems. Join us for a special evening at Dutchess Hall Theatre at SUNY Dutchess, Poughkeepsie, NY as Erin & David share songs they rediscovered and fell in love with one snowy evening back in February while going through a stack of old sheet music. Also expect musical theatre favorites from composers such as Stephen Sondheim, Jason Robert Brown, Schmidt & Jones, and more! Joined by Cynthia Peterson on piano.

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'Broadway Lights', Chappaqua Orchestra, October 8, 2017


Erin and David join the Chappaqua Orchestra and members of West Point Band’s Quintette 7 for an evening of Broadway tunes on Sunday, October 8, 2017.
Michael Shapiro, conductor
Chappaqua Library Auditorium, Chappaqua, New York

FREE ADMISSION

Stewart’s soprano is lovely and seamless.
— Terry Morris, Dayton Daily News
 
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A Brief History

Erin made her Broadway debut with The Phantom of the Opera.

She appeared as Christine Dae in the brand new Vegas production of Phantom: Phantom- The Las Vegas Spectacular. She also covered the role of Christine with the Broadway national tour traveling across the U.S. and Canada. 

Erin was an original cast member in the Tony nominated, Broadway revival of A Little Night Music starring Bernadette Peters, Elaine Stritch, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury directed by Trevor Nunn where she appeared as Mrs. Nordstrom and also performed the roles of Anne and Charlotte.

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Press

 

"The gorgeously voiced Erin Stewart along with Linda Balgord, Susan Moniz and Max Quinlan) anchors this show."

Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

 

"An artfully blended performance by Erin Stewart, soprano; Michael Slattery, tenor; and Jim Busterud, baritone."

ALLAN KOZINN, New York Times

 

"the angelically voiced bride of Erin Stewart intriguingly sports a deceptively matching
Demeanor"                                                  Free Times, James Damico

 

 "Erin Stewart’s rich, silvery soprano gives the title song from “Love Never Dies” a bittersweet loveliness and stretches her range toward the rafters with “Think of Me”, giving the last, impossibly demanding measures a sparkling confidence that fills the theater."

Scotty Zacher, Chicago Theater Beat

 

 

Erin Stewart offered a shining counterpoint as Sara Brown.  
Their chemistry sparked, and their voices shimmered in Sara and Sky's tumultuous pairing, from their gorgeous love duet in "I'll Know" to Sara's rapturously drunken "If I Were a Bell."

  
-Roger McBain, Courier Press

 

‘Erin Stewart's Anne Egerman was beautifully youthful and poised.

Alan Montgomery, Opera News

 

"gifted soprano Erin Stewart….. the best we’ve ever seen."

Jennifer Christman, The Arkansas Democrat Gazette

 

"The youthful and future Queen Guenevere, played so extraordinarily by Erin Stewart, is beautiful, diminutive and approachable when first we meet her. We love her immediately......She brings with her a stunning, even luxurious operatic performance style."

NANCY K. WELLARD, The Island Packet

 

“Erin Stewart, who plays Maria, hits no jarring notes in her beautifully sung rendition. Stewart’s soprano is lovely and seamless.”

Terry Morris, Dayton Daily News

 

"Erin Stewart shines as the virginal Anne." 

Donald Rosenberg, Plain Dealer

 

"Erin Stewart was a surprisingly electric stage presence with a firm grasp of her character and a natural, easy power to her voice. I hope we’ll hear more from her."

Carlton Wilkinson, Asbury Park Press

 

 

 

 

 
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