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Praised by the New York Times for his "clear voice and attractive timbre" and San Francisco Classical Voice for his "flawless singing," Grammy Award Winner Ian Howell sings with a warm and seamless tone rarely heard from countertenors. In 2006, Mr. Howell won First Prize at The American Bach Soloists International Solo Competition with an acclaimed performance of Bach's Cantata BWV 170, Vergnügte Ruh, and Third Prize at the Oratorio Society of New York's Vocal Competition.


With a voice described as a "rich lyric tenor," Steven Ebel continues to receive critical and popular acclaim for his work in concert, recital and opera. Mr. Ebel débuted as Victorin/Gaston in the UK and Royal Opera House premiere of Korngold's Die tote Stadt at Covent Garden before beginning his two-year with the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme at London's Royal Opera House.
Natalie Gunn is an exceptional young talent from the Pacific Northwest. Her "clear, beautiful voice," "intelligent artistry" and "informed musicality" make for vibrant performances in concert, recital and opera.
Novo Artists is delighted to welcome tenor Florin Ormenisan. This page is currently under construction. Please check back soon.
Praised by the New York Times for his "beautifully shaped and carefully nuanced singing," tenor Derek Chester is steadily making a name for himself in the world of classical music. Mr. Chester received his Bachelor's degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Georgia where he studied with Gregory Broughton. As a student of renowned American tenor James Taylor, he completed his Master's Degree in Vocal Performance of Oratorio, Early Music, Song, and Chamber Music on full scholarship from the Yale School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music.
Soprano Sarah Paige Hagstrom's recent performances as Emily Webb in the world premiere of Ned Rorem's Our Town, Micaëla in Bizet's Carmen and Abigail and Mary Warren in The Crucible received universal and enthusiastic praise. She has performed with the Bay View Opera, Chautauqua Opera, Indianapolis Opera, Lake George Opera Festival, Virginia Opera, Opera North, Sarasota Opera, Accademia Italiana di Canto, International Institute of Music in Croatia and Bel Canto Northwest.
The soprano Anne-Julie Kerhello initially trained as a pianist before turning definitively to lyrical song. She studied with Maestra Evgenya Anvelt (Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi of Milan in Italy), then in France, with Elisabeth VIdal and the mezzo soprano Sylvie Sullé. The soprano met Lucia Di Carlo who helped her to place her spoken voice and woke in her a passion for the scenic arts.
Stefan Görgner was born in 1979 in Starnberg and started studying concert guitar under Harald
Lillmeyer at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich.
After studying rock, jazz and Contemporary Music he finally found his way into the music of the Baroque era.

Talise Trevigne is a singer recognized for the "sheer beauty of her voice" and "exquisite stage presence." As one critic recently stated, "No wonder Talise Trevigne is THE BUZZ of the opera world. She has it all: a glorious voice, matchless acting ability, and beauty that takes your breath away!"

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