Stephanie Dovgan received vocal education at the University of Maryland (USA) and Leopold Mozart Music Academy in Augsburg (Germany).
She won numerous honors and wins at competitions such as Emmerich Smola Wettbewerb, Placido Domingo Operalia, Hans Gabor
Belvedere International Singing Competition, Alexander Girardi International Singing Competition, Rosa Ponselle Classical Singers Competition. Dovgan was a winner of the R. Wagner Festival in Bayreuth and received Richard F. Gold Career Grant. Her repertoire includes about 30 roles, including Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, with which she debuted at the production of Chris Alden in the New York City Opera. Mimi La Boheme, Fiorilligia Cosi fan, Violetta La Traviata, Liu Turandot, Marguerite Faust, Louise Louise, Cleopatra Giulio Cesare, Nedda.
In 2013, the young singer debuted at the Royal Opera in London as Musette. Her partner on stage was the renowned tenor Rolando. This show was broadcast on cinemas around the world.
In 2014, Stephanie also worked at the Metropolitan Opera Replaced Soprano at “Bohemia” and “Love Drinks” Donizetti. Her voice and acting were enjoyed by the Baltimore Opera, Portland Opera, Knoxville Opera, Lviv National Opera, Spoleto Music Festival, Mulhouse, Heidenheim and the opera houses in Hagen, Karlsruhe, Mainz, Saarbrücken, Nuremberg, Hong Kong, Sibiu others.
The singer gave solo concerts in Chicago, New York, Kiev, Salzburg, Nuremberg, Augsburg, Karlsruhe, and Hagen.
Dovgan collaborated with such renowned conductors as Sir Mark Elder (Royal Opera, London), Emanuel Wimm (Spoleto Festival) George Manahan (Portland Opera) Harry Vedov (New York Opera).