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John Stumpff

John A. Stumpff’s recent credits include, stage manager in “Prince of Players” (midwest premiere and recording), the stage director in “Sister Carrie” (world premiere and recording), Parpignol in “La bohème,” Ferrando in “Così fan tutte,” Don Jose in “Carmen,” and King Kasper in “Amahl and the Night Visitors.” He is a full time chorus member for the Florentine Opera and sang in the company’s Grammy Award-winning recordings of “Elmer Gantry” and “Rio de Sangre.” Mr. Stumpff is also a principle singer for the Belle Ensemble where he recently sang an Opera Pops Concert with the Racine Symphony Orchestra. He is the tenor section leader and soloist at Queen of All Saints Basilica in Chicago where he has sung for the Irish composer Michael McGlynn and as the tenor soloist for the Basilica’s concert of Handel’s “Messiah.” Mr. Stumpff is the education and community engagement manager with the Florentine Opera. He oversees the education tour, most recently helping produce a bilingual condensed “La bohème” and a trilingual “Cinderella,” the tour is viewed by over 15,000 students annually. Mr. Stumpff also leads master classes at area high schools and universities, as well as the Florentine’s Get Opera programs for teens. He also teaches opera enrichment courses for adults which includes a opera book club series.

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