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Stephanie Tennill

Assistant professor
Music


Professional Experience

Director and Soprano Stephanie Tennill has performed with such companies as the Aspen Opera Theater Center, Encompass New Opera Theatre, Union Avenue Opera and has made appearances at Alice Tully Hall, the Metropolitan Room and has been featured at Lincoln Center as well as with Trinity Wall Street’s Concerts at One series. Additional musical theater credits include a 10-month run as Cornelia in the American Girls Revue (off-Broadway), Deb in Hot ’n’ Cole, as well as The Cabaret Singer in the world premiere of the Rodgers and Hart ballet Glad To Be Unhappy. Ms. Tennill was a member of the Manhattan School of Music Precollege voice faculty and has taught voice at Highbridge Voices (Outstanding Teacher Award), Stagecoach Theatre Arts School, and the world-renowned Saint Thomas Choir School, where she headed the vocal program for eight years. She currently serves as Assistant Professor of Music and Vocal Instruction Coordinator at Saint Louis University where she heads the Vocal Program, teaching voice as well as Musical Theatre Performance, and serves as director for musical theatre productions (Godspell, Seeing Other People). She is on faculty with Union Avenue Opera's Young Artists' Program, Crescendo, serving as a director (Hansel and Gretel) and Voice Master Class Instructor. Ms. Tennill serves as Co-Director of Musical Theatre at Manhattan School of Music’s summer program, MSM Summer, where she has served as both stage and music co-director since 2015.