Gene Stenger, Tenor
Hailed as an “impressive tenor” (The New York Times) who sings with “sweet vibrancy” (The Cleveland Plain Dealer) and creates “the most lasting moments” (The Virginia Gazette) of the performance, Gene Stenger has been a featured soloist with Helmuth Rilling’s Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart, the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, American Classical Orchestra, TENET Vocal Artists, Emmanuel Music, Voices of Ascension, Colorado Bach Ensemble, Bach Society of St. Louis, the Staunton Music Festival, Madison Bach Musicians, Bach Collegium at St. Peter’s New York, Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra, Juilliard 415 Baroque Ensemble, Yale Schola Cantorum, and the Baldwin Wallace, Oregon, Carmel, Bach Akademie Charlotte, and Northeast Pennsylvania Bach Festivals.
Equally at home in chamber music, Gene has performed with numerous professional ensembles, including GRAMMY® Award-winning Apollo’s Fire: The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, the Handel and Haydn Society, the GRAMMY®-nominated True Concord Voices and Orchestra, the GRAMMY®-nominated choir of Trinity Wall Street, Yale Choral Artists, and the Clarion Society.
Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Gene holds degrees from Yale University’s School of Music, and Institute of Sacred Music, Colorado State University, and Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music. He currently resides in New Haven, CT, where he serves as instructor of voice at Yale University.