Canadian-Portuguese soprano Stephanie Omari (formerly Stephanie Domingues) continues to grab audience attention around North America and Europe. She made her Canadian debut under the baton of Richard Bradshaw at the Canadian Opera Company as a Child Performance in Turandot, and her European debut in Freiberg, Germany as Mme. Silberklang in Der Schauspieldirektor. She was invited to perform in the opening of the Four Seasons Center for the Performance Arts in Toronto and was a soloist at the Luminato Festival Concert Series at Roy Thomas Hall. 

Recent role debuts include the Governess in The Turn of the Screw, Despina in Così fan tutte, Olympia in Les contes d'Hoffmann, Adele in Die Fledermaus, Königin der Nacht in Der Zauberflöte, Valencienne in Die Lustige Witwe, and Ann Putnam in The Crucible. She was the Soprano Soloist for Verdi's Requiem and Handel's Messiah. Stephanie made her Vancouver Symphony Orchestra debut under the baton of Bramwell Tovey singing Edward Top's Songs of an Egyptian Princess which was commissioned for her. 

She made her European Recital Debut as a Guest Soloist in Zwichau, Germany performing works by Robert Schumann and continues to perform as a Guest Artist in Recitals around North America and Europe. Most recently, she was heard in Madrid, Spain and Berlin, Germany. 

Stephanie was interviewed as a featured artist for CBC Radio One and was a soloist on the American Radio show From the Top. She has won numerous awards and competitions, most notable, the People's Choice award at the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Western Canada District.