Stephen Costello has the kind of voice that sets the audience - even at a dress rehearsal atwitter...

Wall Street Journal

“A prodigiously gifted singer whose voice makes an immediate impact.”

Associated Press

In his white dinner jacket, lounging around with a louche, narcissistic confidence, he was the personification of Johnny Fontane from The Godfather...

New York Classical Review

This fall Stephen returns to the Dallas Opera to reprise his role as Ishmael/Greenhorn in Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s Moby-Dick

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La traviata at the Bayerische Staatsoper

Fresh from a triumphant summer debut in Santa Fe Opera’s 60th-anniversary season, Stephen Costello launches his 2016-17 season at Munich’s Bayerische Staatsoper as Alfredo in […]

Fresh from a triumphant summer debut in Santa Fe Opera’s 60th-anniversary season, Stephen Costello launches his 2016-17 season at Munich’s Bayerische Staatsoper as Alfredo...

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Santa Fe Opera’s First-Ever Roméo : A Conversation with Stephen Costello

Stephen discusses his Santa Fe Opera debut in the title role of Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette.

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How Dallas Fell In Love With Opera Star Stephen Costello

When Costello performed a preview of the show at the Amon Carter Museum, the Fort Worth Weekly reported that hearts were fluttering.

Lauren Smart, Dallas Observer

Critical Acclaim

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A first-class talent … An intelligent, well trained singer whose enormous talent and natural musical instincts mark him for potential greatness.

Opera News

Critical Acclaim

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It’s hard to know which to admire more: Costello’s smart, heart-tugging comic turn—something between Charlie Chaplin and a young Steve Martin, or his superb singing.”

Detroit News

Der Rosenkavalier (Italian Singer)

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Boston, MA
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Eugene Onegin (Lensky)

The Dallas Opera

Dallas, TX
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Moby-Dick (Greenhorn)

The Dallas Opera

Dallas, TX
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Roméo et Juliette (Roméo)

Korea National Opera

Seoul, Korea
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