Gregory Stapp

Featured as Sarastro on the 1987 Great Performances: Live From Lincoln Center telecast of New York City Opera'™s "Die Zauberflöte," and heard in 15 NPR broadcasts of his 30 San Francisco Opera roles, bass Gregory Stapp has garnered acclaim across the United States, in Europe, China, Mexico and Japan.
Oscar-winning filmmaker, Bruce Beresford, directed Stapp as Ashby in the Spoleto Festival'™s Italian telecast production of "La fanciulla del west." At Spoleto, Gian Carlo Menotti presented Stapp in recital, and then invited him to Scotland'™s Edinburgh Festival as Mr. Kofner in the composer'™s production of "The Consul."
He has appeared in concert with the Philadelphia Orchestra and San Francisco Symphony, and has received major grants from the Metropolitan Opera, National Institute for Music Theater, Baltimore Opera and the William Matheus Sullivan Musical Foundation auditions.
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San Francisco, CA (94116)

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Gregory Stapp
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Recently taught Conducting, Music History, Voice, and Film Music History; directed Opera Scenes programs; and, conducted "The Marriage of Figaro," all for Notre Dame de Namur University.
Is 2nd Vice President of the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA), representing the men and women who create America's operatic, choral and dance heritage.

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Instrument/Voice Types Taught:
Bass Profondo / Conductor
Age Ranges:
High School

Loretto Heights College, Bachelor of Arts, 1976
Indiana University, Graduate Associate Instructor, Summer, 1979
Academy of Vocal Arts, 4 year Artist's Diploma, 1980
San Francsico/Affiliate Artists-Opera Program, 1980 & 1981
San Francisco Opera Center's Inaugural Adler Fellowship, 1982

Years Teaching:
37 years
Lesson Rate:
$85.00 an hour
Teaching Method:

Tailored to each student

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