Called “a powerful, polished and moving Evangelist” by the New York Times for his April 2011 performance in the Matthew Passion of C.P.E. Bach at the Church of St. Luke in the Fields NYC, tenor Steven Caldicott Wilson is a frequent soloist and small ensemble member. His career has spanned 20 years and has taken him to Germany, France, The Netherlands, Denmark, Mexico, Czech Republic, Poland, The United Kingdom, and 32 of the United States.
Mr. Wilson was a piano performance major at Duquesne University, transferring after 3 years to a voice degree at Ithaca College where he studied with David Parks. From 2001-2004, he was an enlisted member of the US Air Force Band Singing Sergeants in Washington, DC. In 2005, he attended the Voice Masters program at Yale University, where he was a student of James Taylor, Judith Malafronte, and Ted Taylor. In 2007, he moved to the NYC area, where he resides today.
In October 2011, Steven was appointed to the GRAMMY-nominated and internationally renowned male vocal quartet New York Polyphony. He is also a member of the GRAMMY-nominated Trinity Choir, Trinity Church Wall Street Manhattan, where he is a frequent soloist. Each summer in the years 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2013, he performed in the professional chorale at the Carmel Bach Festival. From the fall of 2007 until the spring of 2012, he was a member of the choir of Men and Boys at Saint Thomas Church in midtown Manhattan. From the fall of 2008 until December 2011, he was on the voice faculty of the Turtle Bay Music School.
In addition to his work as a classical singer, Steven also has a great interest in the American Songbook and music from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. He is a cocktail pianist and vocalist, providing upscale entertainment for events both intimate and grand. In 2008, he was the featured male vocalist in a cabaret performance at the Duplex in NYC.