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Stephen Ozcomert

Second Prisoner, Bass

Stephen Ozcomert, baritone


Stephen Ozcomert, Bass-Baritone, performs regularly in Atlanta area concert halls. Steve has been privileged previously to sing as a soloist with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra on more than a dozen occasions and under the direction of Maestros Robert Spano, Donald Runnicles, Robert Shaw, Yoel Levi, Jere Flynt, Alexander Mickelthwaite, and Howard Shore, and has served as soloist with the ASO Choruses on other occasions under Norman Mackenzie.

His ASO solo credits include two solo performances in New York’s Carnegie Hall and he may be heard in a supporting role on Telarc Digital’s Atlanta Symphony recording of Puccini’s La bohème. Steve currently serves as a staff soloist at the Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church and has appeared as soloist with the William Baker Festival Singers/Summer Singers of Atlanta, and with the Emory University Orchestra and Chorus, Oglethorpe University Orchestra and Choruses, Collegium Vocale, and many area churches and civic organizations. His solo work has been featured on radio broadcasts by WABE.

Steve has performed in the Southeast in a number of operas and operettas and has an extensive repertoire of more than twenty oratorios from Bach Cantatas to Mendelssohn's Elijah, to Orff’s Carmina burana. Chorally, Steve has sung in the ASO Chamber Chorus, the Robert Shaw Chamber Singers, and currently sings with a professional chamber choir, “Coro Vocati”, led by John Dickson.

Until her passing, Steve was a student of Elizabeth Colson.

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