Josephine Stephenson (b. 1990) is a Franco-British musician living in London.

A freelance soprano, Josephine sings with choirs and vocal ensembles such as EXAUDI, Tenebrae, The Tallis Scholars, The Erebus Ensemble, Philharmonia Voices and Britten Sinfonia Voices. She recently sang with the London Contemporary Orchestra on Radiohead's latest album A Moon Shaped Pool and is a founding member of the new vocal ensemble SHARDS which first performed as part of Nils Frahm's weekend festival 'Possibly Colliding' at the Barbican in July 2016.

As a soloist, Josephine recently sang in a performance of Philip Glass's epic Music in Twelve Parts led by James McVinnie at the Barbican, in Aperghis's La Nuit en Tête with explorensemble (2015), and in 2012 performed Berio's O King with the Bristol Ensemble at Bristol's Elektrostatic festival. Her interest and passion for contemporary music has also led her to sing for many first performances, including the roles of Little Brother/Little Sister in Kate Whitley and Joe Snape's opera Bonesong and Daughter in Joel Rust's Nauset. She was Irma in Tom Phillips' opera IRMA with Apartment House directed by Netia Jones (South London Gallery, 2017) and can also be heard singing music by Nico Muhly in John Cameron Mitchell's film How To Talk To Girls at Parties (2017). 

Josephine was part of the Maîtrise de Radio France, the French national radio children's choir, when she was a teenager, before being a choral scholar at Clare College, Cambridge as an undergraduate. Whilst at Cambridge she sang the roles of Yniold in Debussy's Pelléas et Mélisande (Cambridge University Opera Society, West Road Concert Hall) and Filia in Carissimi's Jephte (Clare College Choir, France tour).