Jacob Stucki
(he/him) As a recent graduate in Classical Voice, Jacob is seeking meaningful opportunities to perform his wide range of tenor repertoire. He is also preparing for Master's studies to begin in the Fall of 2023.
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Jacob Stucki

Jacob Stucki, a capable and expressive tenor, has performed a wide range of repertoire and will continue to broaden his skill set as he pursues a Master's in Music Performance this Fall. A student of Dr. Robert Brandt at BYU, he has also studied with Brian Stucki, Dr. Thomas Harper, and most recently, Metropolitan Opera tenor Hugo Vera. 

He has been very active as a solo and ensemble performer of classical music. Through BYU, he has played lead roles in several operas, including Eisenstein in Die FledermausMonostatos in Die Zauberflote, and Nemorino (cover) in L'elisir d'amore. He also sang in the university’s top choir: the BYU Singers. With them, he toured domestically and internationally, won competitions, and performed on high-profile stages such as the ACDA National Convention. His studies culminated with 2 full-length recitals full of his favorite aria and art song repertoire.

Outside of BYU, he was a chorus member of the Utah Opera Company, sang lead roles with Utah Valley Arts Academy’s summer opera program, and was a young artist in Baylor’s ICCM program. He also premiered new works such as Light to Light, a song cycle for voice and harp by Alexander Bennett and He Shall Prepare a Way, an opera by CJ Madsen.

Most of all, he has been anxiously seeking out opportunities to fulfill his passion as a musician—to sing works that are personally meaningful, moving, and authentic.


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