Tenor, JEFFREY SPRINGER, has performed across Europe, Asia, and North America in theaters such as the Chicago Lyric Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Opera Lyra Ottawa, the German National Theater in Mannheim, Netherlands National Touring Opera, and Opéra de Nantes in France among many others.
A frequent guest artist with many of the world’s leading orchestras, including the San Francisco Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, Dallas Symphony, Houston Symphony, The Grand Teton's Music Festival, Philharmonia Hungaria, and Romanian State Symphony. Recently, he performed Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in Japan with the Beethoven Orchestra of Bonn, Germany, and the tenor solos in Mahler’s Eighth Symphony with the Bangkok Symphony in Thailand.
Jeffrey Springer began his career by winning the "José Carreras Prize for the best tenor voice” awarded by the famed tenor himself. The competition led to his European debut replacing Carreras in a televised performance of the Verdi Requiem with the Deutsche Oper in Düsseldorf, Germany. Dr. Springer is a recipient of career grants and awards from the Gerda Lissner Foundation and the Wagner Societies of New York and Washington D.C. Having completed his bachelor's and master’s degrees at the Indiana University School of Music, he recently received his doctorate in voice performance from the Catholic University of America. Newly appointed to the faculty at Florida State University, Dr. Springer maintains an active performing schedule and is a frequent master teacher, adjudicator, and speaker on issues related to voice and opera.