Stephen Costello

Tenor

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Stephen Costello came to national attention in 2007, when, aged 26, he made his Metropolitan Opera debut on the company’s season-opening night. Two years later he won the prestigious Richard Tucker Award and has since appeared at many of the world’s most important opera houses and music festivals, including London’s Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Vienna State Opera; Lyric Opera of Chicago; San Francisco Opera; Washington National Opera; and the Salzburg Festival.

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Stephen has had the opportunity to study with and perform alongside the best teachers and singers throughout his career. He specializes in coaching young aspiring opera singers the importance of bel canto technique, consistent phrasing, and finding the right repertoire for each individual.

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Career Development

Stephen began navigating an international operatic career at the age of 25. Find out how he carefully carved his own path while maintaining a healthy and consistent vocal technique. Book a career consultation with him today for in-depth counsel and mentorship on your career strategy, finding your niche, and maintaining your vocal identity.

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Role Preparation

Learning a role doesn't end at learning the words, notes, and rhythms. Learn how stephen has prepared his roles throughout his career, with special emphasis on finding the musical arc in each scene, crafting genuine drama, all while maintaining healthy vocal production.

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