The coloratura soprano Elisabeth Stemberg comes from Lysswa in Russia. She completed her training first as a choral conductor at the Ural State Conservatory Mussorgsky in Yekaterinburg with honors. She then continued her studies in singing Tchaikovsky Academic Music College in the class of Valery Gurevich.
2015 she was Winner of the international vocal competition "Vox Artis" in Moscow.
Completed since 2018, Elisabeth Stemberg studied singing (focus on concert singing) at the University of Music and performing arts Graz in the class of Elena Pankratova.
In 2019 she successfully participated Master class by Kammersängerin Edita Gruberova in Tyrol.
Performances and engagements led Elisabeth Stemberg to the Moscow Easter Festival, the Bach Festival, to the Eurasia Music Festival in Yekaterinburg, to the La Folle Journee Festival in France, and more also to Denmark, Germany and China. With the choir Musica Aeterna by Teodor Currentzis she performed in Vienna, in the Russian cultural capital of Saint-Petersburg and in her hometown Yekaterinburg on. She has also been internationally as a soloist with the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra and the Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra. Her repertoire includes works from Baroque to modern: In 2018 the young coloratura soprano was Soeur Constance in Poulencs to hear "Les dialogues des Carmelites" at the MUMUTH (House for Music and Music Theater) in Graz, In 2019 she impressed as Queen of the Night at the benefit concert "The Magic Flute for Children" in the Aula der Ursulinen in Graz.In December 2020 she made her convincing role debut as Piacere in Handel's "Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno" at MUMUTH in Graz and in June 2021 she embodied the role of Eurydice in Birtwistle's "The Corridor" at the Grazer with overwhelming success Opera. In the summer of 2022, Elisabeth Stemberg will appear as Mrs. Wordsworth in Britten's Albert Herring the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz and in Richard Ayre's "In the Alps" under the GMD Roland Kluttig can be heard at the Graz Opera.