Born in Dresden, Stephan Loges was an early
winner of the Wigmore Hall International Song
Competition. He has given recitals throughout the
world, including regular appearances at Wigmore
Hall London as well as Carnegie Hall New York,
Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Vienna Konzerthaus,
Klavierfestival Ruhr, La Monnaie Brussels,
Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Santiago de
Compostela, BBC Radio 3, Musée d’Orsay Paris
and the Vocal Arts Series in Washington with
pianists Graham Johnson, Eugene Asti, Roger
Vignoles, Iain Burnside, Simon Lepper, Joseph
Middleton, and Sholto Kynoch.
Since his BBC Proms debut singing Bach’s St Matthew Passion with Trevor Pinnock in 2002, Stephan has performed the work with many period and modern orchestras, including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment directed by Mark Padmore, and recorded it with both the Gabrieli Consort under Paul McCreesh and the Monteverdi Choir under Sir John Eliot Gardiner (Deutsche Grammophon).
Other concert highlights include Bernstein Songfest with MDR Sinfonieorchester Leipzig; Britten War Requiem with Melbourne and Sapporo Symphony Orchestras; Bach Christmas Oratorio with London Philharmonic Orchestra and Vladimir Jurowski; Berlioz L’Enfance du Christ with Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Robin Ticciati; Haydn Creation with the Iceland Symphony and Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestras; Haydn Die Jahreszeiten with Staatskapelle Dresden; a tour of Telemann Brockes Passion with Raphaël Pichon and Ensemble Pygmalion; Bach Cantatas with Eliot Gardiner; St John Passion with the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra; and Easter Oratorio with the Gabrieli Consort and McCreesh.
Opera roles include Wolfram Tannhäuser and Papageno Die Zauberflöte at La Monnaie Brussels, Begearss in Milhaud’s La mère coupable and Sprecher Die Zauberflöte at Theater an der Wien; Golaud Pélleas et Mélisande with English Touring Opera; Bruno in Macmillan’s Parthenogenesis for ROH Covent Garden; Moritz in Mernier’s Frühlings Erwachen at Opéra National du Rhin; Astrologer in Britten’s The Burning Fiery Furnace at the Diabelli Sommer festival, The Blind Man and Father in the world première of Mark Grey’s Frankenstein at La Monnaie, and The Rake’s Progress in a co- production between the opera houses of Caen, Limoges, Reims and Luxembourg.
Recent and future highlights include Boris Berezovsky in the world premiere of The Life & Death of Alexander Litvinenko for Grange Park Opera, a return to English Touring Opera for his role debut as Don Alfonso Così fan tutte and a staged production of Bach’s St John Passion, his role debut as Falke Die Fledermaus with Northern Ireland Opera, Sweeney Todd in the title role with the Hannover Staatstheater, Oberto in the title role with thte Chelsea Opera Group, Messiah with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, and Bach’s St Matthew Passion with the Dunedin Consort. Current recital appearances include the Wigmore Hall, Oxford Lieder Festival, and Lied Festival Victoria De Los Angeles, Barcelona.
Stephan’s most recent CD, Nature’s Solace with Iain Burnside, featuring Lieder by Schumann, Kilpinen and Brahms, was released by Signum in November 2018.