Stephen Hrycelak


Steven Hrycelak, bass, is equally at home as an operatic, concert, and ensemble performer. Recent operatic roles include Seneca in L’incoronazione di Poppea with Opera Omnia, which the New York Times hailed as having “a graceful bearing and depth.” Mr. Hrycelak has performed with the New York Choral Artists, the New York Virtuoso Singers, Early Music New York, Vox, TENET, Equal Voices, Meridionalis, Seraphic Fire, and the vocal jazz quintet West Side 5. He has also been a frequent soloist at Trinity Church Wall Street, as well as with Musica Sacra, 4×4 Festival of Baroque Music, New York Collegium, the Waverly Consort, the American Symphony Orchestra at the Bard Music Festival, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, and the Collegiate Chorale, with whom he made his Lincoln Center debut. Mr. Hrycelak has degrees from Indiana University and from Yale University, where he sang with the world-renowned Yale Whiffenpoofs. Additionally, he is an active coach/accompanist.

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