Emery Stephens, a native of Boston, received his graduate degree in voice performance at the Boston University School for the Arts. He has appeared with the Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Early Music Festival, Cantata Singers, Quincy Choral Society, Lake George Opera Festival, Chorus Pro Musica, Instages Theatre, Boston Opera Theatre, Opera-at-Longy, OperaFest, Prism Opera, and the Boston University Opera Institute. In addition, he was engaged as a soloist at several local churches and civic organizations in Greater Boston. In 1994, he was invited by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to perform before a public address by the former United States Surgeon General, Dr. Jocelyn Elders, at the Women of Color AIDS Conference in Boston. Mr. Stephens has been featured as a soloist in concerts to support community benefits for Paige Academy, Positive Directions, Provincetown AIDS Support Group, Union United Methodist Church Building Fund, Plymouth Symphony, and the Longfellow House in Cambridge. He studies voice with Daniel Washington at the University of Michigan.
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Emery Stephens, a native of Boston, received his graduate degree in voice performance at the Boston University School for the Arts. He has appea