Steven B. Jepson

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Steven B. Jepson
Birth name Steven Baker Jepson
Also known as Steven Jepson
Born (1960-05-28) May 28, 1960 (age 56)[citation needed]
Iowa City, Iowa, United States[citation needed]
Genres Opera, Musical Theater, Symphonic, Choral, Pops
Occupation(s) Singer, Actor
Years active 1986-present

Steven B. Jepson is an American opera singer, a baritone.[1] In addition to his work in opera he has appeared in musical theater and film.[2] He is best known for his interpretation of Escamillo in Carmen,[3] a role he has played with several companies in the United States and Europe. He was nominated by both Creative Loafing Magazine and the Metrolina Theatre Association as best actor for his portrayal of Emile De Becque in South Pacific. He also has performed as principal singer for Norwegian Cruise Line on board the Norwegian Sky.

Jepson is also a teacher, coach and clinician in acting as well as singing.


  1. ^ Norton, Barbara, "A house divided, A production of Barber's Vanessa provides rewards and difficulties", Independent Weekly, October 25, 2006
  2. ^ The Beacon News, "Opera Roles Take Aurora Singer Around the World", February 22, 1998 (subscription access)(Full text via HighBeam.)
  3. ^ Wisbey, Gary, "Singer keys on Lyric's `Toreador'", Chicago Sun-Times, September 5, 1999, p. 10

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