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With remarkable intensity of acting, Jeffrey Stewart makes this new interpretation his own and in so doing employs his tenor voice equally intelligently and effectively.
Peter Kurz – SVZ
Review for Nadir
…(his voice) worked splendidly with the searching tenor tone of Jeffrey Stewart as Nadir, who was outstanding in the aria Je Crois Entendre Encore.
Huddersfield Daily Examiner
Jeff Stewart: Opera Tenor | Conductor | Teacher
This is the Website for the Tenor Opera Singer, Jeff Stewart.
Born in Surrey, UK, Jeff studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (where he won the Harold Rosenthal award for outstanding achievement) and at the National Opera Studio.
Jeff is currently enjoying a busy world-wide career and his dramatic tenor voice is much in demand, both in opera and on the concert platform.
For details of Jeff’s current activities, information on past performances and career highlights, to view a selection of images or to read Jeff’s Blog page, please click on the links above…
To view Jeff’s repertoire of tenor rôles and to view his agent contact details, please go to his opera page.
Jeff’s exciting new album, Come Prima is out now and available to buy online!! Listen to some sample tracks here
After some considerable time out of Opera, retraining his voice with the marvellous Gary Coward, Jeff is now back but as a dramatic tenor.
His first role in what he considers a new career saw a very successful tour as Canio followed by a hugely enjoyable time covering Hermann in The Queen of Spades for Opera North.
Later this year he will sing the role of Harlekin in Der Kaiser Von Atlantis for English Touring Opera.
Look out for Jeff’s forthcoming recording of Italian and Neapolitan Songs which will shortly be available on itunes.
These are exciting times for Jeff as a conductor. As well as his usual duties with Uxbridge Choral Society and Bledlow Church Choir, he has just cnducted his first concert as the deputy conductor of Princes Risborough Music Society.
With Uxbridge Choral he is currently rehearsing Stainer’s Crucifixion and a programme of music for Lent and Passiontide. This will be followed by a Last Night of the Proms/Jubilee concert and then the spellbinding Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom (Rachmaninoff).
Bledlow have just returned from singing the services at York Minster over the New Year. You can see their video of Morten Lauridsen’s gorgeous “O Magnum Mysterium” on youtube. This year they will sing at Southwark and St. Alban’s Cathedrals.
He will be giving a workshop for St. Matthew’s Concert Choir in Ealing on 28th of January, working on the Byrd 5 Part Mass and Schubert Mass in G. Vistors are very welcome
Jeff is also due to announce this year’s Choral Holidays. Check out the website shortly for details.
As if that wasn’t enough, Jeff is continuing to teach both privately and at the Royal College of Music.