Teresa Stich-Randall (December 24, 1927–July 17, 2007) was a European-based American soprano opera singer. She was born in New Hartford, Connecticut in 1927 and studied at the Hartt School of Music in West Hartford. Her operatic debut was in the role of Henrietta M. in Virgil Thomson's Mother of Us All in 1947 and she sang in the title role in Otto Leuning's "Evangeline" in 1948. She was discovered in the late 1940s by Arturo Toscanini, who engaged her for a series of performances with his NBC Symphony Orchestra in New York. Toscanini described her at the time as "the find of the century".