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Steven Ebel, is a member of the Jette Parker Young Artist Programme at the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden. He made his ROH début as Victorin in Die tote Stadt. Rôles at ROH have included Rimenes in an acclaimed production of Artaxerxes, Albazar in Il Turco in Italia and the Hypochondriac Gambler in Richard Jones’s new production of The Gambler. He was also the first singer in the history of the Royal Opera House to perform his own composition, Diary of a Young Poet, in its chamber opera series. He was selected by James Levine for the rôle of Jimmy in Mahagonny, and Eislinger in Die Meistersinger, at Tanglewood. With Lorin Maazel he performed Quint in The Turn of the Screw at the Castleton Festival, a rôle in which he previously made his début with Opera Cleveland. He made his Italian début as Jimmy in Mahagonny in Lucca, Ravenna, Livorno and Pisa. Other leading rôles include Mozart’s Tito and Tamino. Steven Ebel created the rôle of Wolf in the première production of Louis Karchin’s Romulus and the rôle of Olsen in Evan Haus’s Man: Biology of a Fall.

A champion of new music, he has also given premières of compositions by Alla Borzova (with the Da Capo Chamber Players in NYC and Russia), William George, Stephen Burke, Larry Nickel and others. He has received major prizes from the Concours de Montreal, New York Oratorio Society, Joy in Singing Song Salon, Tanglewood Music Center, Gerda Lissner Foundation, and the Metropolitan Opera Auditions.

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