Gene Stenger, Tenor

Hailed as an “impressive tenor” (The New York Times) who sings with “sweet vibrancy” (The Cleveland Plain Dealer), Gene Stenger is one of the country’s most called upon Bach specialists who is also heralded for his performances of oratorios by Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn, and Mozart. Gene’s 2022-2023 season includes solo debuts with the Helena Symphony

JoAna Rusche, Mezzo-Soprano

JoAna Rusche, mezzo-soprano, has been praised by Opera News for being “notably sweet-voiced.” She is an alumna of the Academy of Vocal Arts, where she performed the roles of Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Fiora in L’amore dei tre re, Tamara in The Demon, and the Second Lady in Die Zauberflöte. This past December, she performed the role of Carmen with Music

Nicholas Skotzko, Bass

Nicholas Skotzko, a baritone from Vienna, Virginia has been described as “mellifluous” and “smooth” in his singing by the South Florida Classical Review. Skotzko started his musical training while living overseas with his parents, and later attended the Washington National Opera Institute in 2015. In 2020, Skotzko earned his Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal

Leslie John Flanagan, Bach Baritone

Australian baritone Leslie John Flanagan has performed leading roles throughout Australia, Europe and the USA, including performances at the Sydney Opera House, in London at English National Opera’s Coliseum, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Royal Albert Hall, Wigmore Hall, the Janacek Theatre in Brno and at the Edinburgh Festival. Recent operatic performances include Mitrovsky in

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