Evan Stenzel

Voice Faculty; Classical & Musical Theater
Music Theory Faculty

Evan Garret Stenzel is an Up and coming American Tenor from Iowa Falls, Iowa. Currently he is residing in New Jersey. He received a double masters in Voice Performance & Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College in Princeton. He studies voice with Dr. Christopher Arneson and acting with Carolann Page. Other past teachers of his include Laura Brooks Rice, Dr. Donald Simonson and famous operatic bass Simon Estes. 

During the summer of 2018 Evan spent his time with Finger Lakes Opera as a Young Artist in Canandaigua, New York. There he sang in their production of Die Fledermaus and performed the role of Dudly in Little Red’s Most Unusual day, under the direction of the creator, baritone John Davies. While a Young Artist he also performed in many concerts culminating in an Opera Pops concert with orchestra where he sang La donna é mobile and Au du temple saint (duet) with orchestra.

Some roles and shows Evan was recently seen in are: Fenton (Falstaff), Jenik (The Bartered Bride), Monsieur Vogelsang (Der Shauspieldirektor),  Jean Valjean (Les Miserables), Candide, The Mikado, Into the Woods, and Fiddler on the roof.

Along with teaching at Lindeblad School of Music,  Evan is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Voice at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. There he manages a full voice studio, teaches musical theater, and aids in choral studies.  More Information and upcoming performances may be found on his website at evanstenzeltenor.com.

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