Baritone Steven Eddy’s repertoire spans opera, oratorio, and art song. An avid concert artist and Baroque music specialist, he has appeared as a soloist with Seraphic Fire, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, American Classical Orchestra, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, Spire Chamber Ensemble, Choral Arts Philadelphia, Handel Choir of Baltimore, New York Virtuoso Singers, and Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity.
On the opera stage, Mr. Eddy’s roles include Raimbaud (Rossini’s Le Comte Ory), Pablo Picasso (Tom Cipullo’s After Life), Dandini (Rossini’s La cenerentola), Charlie (Jake Heggie’s Three Decembers), Dancaïre (Bizet’s Carmen), Aeneas (Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas), Schaunard (Puccini’s La bohème), and Harlekin (R. Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos). He has performed with Fort Worth Opera, Opera Saratoga, Opera Birmingham, LoftOpera, Chelsea Opera, Aspen Opera Theater Center, Tanglewood Music Center, American Lyric Theater, Center for Contemporary Opera, Arbor Opera Theater, and the Seagle Music Colony.
Mr. Eddy recently won First Prize in the Oratorio Society of New York’s 2019 Lyndon Woodsid Oratorio-Solo Competition. He also won the 2015 Joy in Singing Music Sessions, which led to his New York solo recital debut at Merkin Hall, and was a Regional Finalist of The Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.
Upcoming performances include concerts with True Concord Voices and Orchestra (Tucson, Arizona) and Seraphic Fire; recitals with the Brooklyn Art Song Society and Philadelphia’s Lyric Fest; and his debut with the Oratorio Society of New York in the 2019–season.