The Boston Musical Intelligencer describes Asia Stewart’s voice as an instrument with “fine tone and warm, well-tuned expressiveness” complemented by “intelligent expression and very good acting”. Ms. Stewart integrates her love for musical theatre and opera on the stage and currently spends most of her time performing in Boston and New York. She recently performed as Micaela in Jay Scheib’s Miami premiere of Carmen, a re-imagined work-in-progress of the Bizet opera. Other past credits include Simone de Beauvoir at an American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) workshop, Claudia in an A.R.T. production of Nine, and Anne in Harvard College Opera’s 2016 production of Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress. Ms. Stewart has performed at venues from Oberon, the second stage of the A.R.T, to the Metropolitan Room in Manhattan and enjoys any opportunity to perform for an audience. She has also sung in master classes with Ana Gasteyer, Andrew Lippa, Joan Lader, Mikhail Urusov, and Adam Klein.