In the summer of 2018, American soprano Stacey Trenteseaux debuted with Pasinger Fabrik Opernhaus in Munich in the title role of Verdi's "Luisa Miller." In addition, she appeared in January 2017 as a guest singer in "Songs full of women's power", a concert of the Frauenseelesorge Munich Schloss Fürstenreid Munich.
In 2016, she made her professional debut as Micaëla in Bizet's "Carmen" with the Mississippi Opera, a role she sang in 2015 with CCM Summer Opera, conducted by Maestro Mark Gibson. At the New Music Composers Symposium Hattiesburg, MS 2016, she premiered "PostSecret: A Song Cycle" by award-winning composer Jonathan Posthuma of St. Paul, Minnesota. She also appeared as a soloist with the Southern Miss Symphony Orchestra, Southern Chorale at the University of Southern Mississippi, the Natchez Music Festival in Mississippi, the International Performing Arts Institute at Kiefersfelden, and the VOICExperience Festival in Savannah, Georgia.
In 2015, Stacey won the William T. Gower Concerto Competition in Mississippi, the American American Prize, the Voices of Mississippi Scholarship, and a finalist in the Brava! Opera Theater Vocal Competition. In 2014, Stacey sang Fiordiligi in Mozart's Cosi fan tutte, Hanna in Lehár's The Merry Widow and the title role in Pucinnis Suor Angelica with the Southern Opera and Musical Theater Co. She also sang First Lady in Mozart's The Magic Flute. with Manhattan Opera Studio in New York and Fiordiligi with the Astoria Music Festival in Oregon.
Stacey is currently studying with the renowned international soprano Barbara Daniels and the master répétiteur Ellen Rissinger of the Semperoper Dresden. She has participated in masterclasses with Barbara Bonney, Sherrill Milnes, Richard Zeller, and Michael Sturm, and has worked with Jose Maria Condemi of the San Francisco Conservatory, Mark Gibson of the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, Pensacola Opera's Jerry Shannon, Boston and Boston's Michael Strauss New England Conservatory, and Dr. Jay Dean of the Mississippi Opera.
Stacey Trenteseaux earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Florida and in 2015, under the supervision of dr. Maryann Kyle earned a master's degree in music from the University of Southern Mississippi.