Gene Stenger


Hailed as an “impressive tenor” (New York Times) who sings with “sweet vibrancy” (Cleveland Plain Dealer), Gene Stenger is one of the country’s most called upon Bach specialists who is also heralded for his performances of oratorios by Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn, and Mozart. Mr. Stenger has been a featured soloist with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo Philharmonic, American Classical Orchestra, Colorado Bach Ensemble, Bach Society of St. Louis, Emmanuel Music, Bach Akademie Charlotte, TENET Vocal Artists, the Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart, the Yale Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, the Yale Schola Cantorum at Lincoln Center, and the Baldwin Wallace, Carmel, Oregon, and Northeast Pennsylvania Bach Festivals. Originally from Pittsburgh, Gene holds degrees from Yale’s School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music, Colorado State University, and Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music.

This Artist performs in the following events:

Handel Extravaganza, Water Music, Love Stories, Summer Serenades, Children's Corner, Scenes from Childhood, Contrasts, Early Keyboard Extravaganza, Heucke Meets Mendelssohn, Take Five, Summer Sounds, (Neo)Baroque, Schubertiade, Baroque Inside/Out, Serenades at Noon, Baroque Lovers' Afternoon, Memories & Roses, Hello & Goodbye, Finale: Haydn's Creation