Tenor Steven Caldicott Wilson is a member of the male classical a cappella quartet New York Polyphony, and he regularly appears with the Handel + Haydn chorus in Boston and Trinity Wall Street choir in NYC. He has been praised for his "steadiness and sensitivity…impassioned without ever straining” (NY Times, December 2015) and “powerful, polished and moving Evangelist" (NY Times, April 2011). Highlights include Poulenc's Figure humaine with The Thirteen in Washington, DC; Bernstein’s Songfest with Novus NY; Bach's B minor mass and Quoniam in Bach’s Mass in G with Handel + Haydn; Monteverdi’s Vespers with Ryan Brandau at the Princeton University Chapel; the 2017 Portland, Maine Bach festival (where he will return in 2019); Webern’s Opus 4 at St. Paul’s Chapel NYC; Britten’s St. Nicholas with Downtown Voices at Trinity Wall Street; Bach’s St. John Passion at Alice Tully Hall; soloist in Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and St. John Passion and multiple Bach cantata solo appearances with Trinity Baroque Orchestra NYC.

Now celebrating their 13th season, New York Polyphony has received two GRAMMY award nominations, garnering praise from critics and fans around the world. They have sung in 39 states and 15 countries, recently performing as the only invited vocal ensemble at the Stavanger Kammermusikkfestival in Norway and making their South American debut at the Cartagena Festival International de Música. They have a catalogue of 8 recordings, with 2 new discs to be released in 2019 and 2020. Complete schedule and recording catalog available at

Mr. Wilson is a veteran of the United States Air Force Band Singing Sergeants, and a graduate of Ithaca College and the Yale University Voice Masters program in early music, oratorio, and chamber ensemble.

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