Tenor Steven Caldicott Wilson is a member of the male classical a cappella quartet New York Polyphony, and the Handel + Haydn chorus in Boston. He has been praised for his “steadiness and sensitivity…impassioned without ever straining” (NY Times, December 2015) and “powerful, polished and moving Evangelist” (NY Times, April 2011). He recently completed a memorized and fully staged Messiah in Bergen, Norway; other recent highlights include east and west coast appearances with the Orlando Consort; Evangelist and arias in Bach’s Weihnachtsoratorium at Trinity Wall Street NYC; the title role in Britten’s St. Nicholas at Trinity Wall Street; Bach’s St. John Passion at Alice Tully Hall; Monteverdi’s Vespers with Paul O’Dette; Messiah solos at Lincoln Center; J.S. Bach’s Matthew Passion at Carnegie Hall.
Formed in 2006 and now celebrating their 10th anniversary, New York Polyphony has sung in 39 states and 14 countries, garnering praise from critics and fans around the world. They have been nominated for two GRAMMY awards, and have a catalogue of 7 recordings. They are represented worldwide by Opus 3 Artists, and record on BIS Records.
Mr. Wilson is a veteran of the United States Air Force Band Singing Sergeants (2001-2005) and a graduate of Ithaca College (BM) and the Yale University Voice Masters program in early music, oratorio, and chamber ensemble. He lives in St. Mary’s County, Maryland.