Steve Amerson has established a reputation as a superior tenor with a vocal flexibility that allows him to feel at home in both popular / contemporary music and classical literature. With the wealth and depth of his performance experience, he is known as America’s Tenor.
Steve has been a featured soloist with orchestras throughout the United States and abroad including performances with Los Angeles Philharmonic under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and the Los Angeles Master Chorale with performances at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and the Hollywood Bowl. In 2006, He made his Carnegie Hall debut singing in the world premiere of Missa Americana and has made return appearances.
Steve was chosen to record demonstration tapes used by Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras in preparation for The 3 Tenors performances throughout the world.
Presently, much of Steve’s time is dedicated in presenting concerts based on his Front Row Center projects, which is a collection of inspiring songs from the Broadway stage and screen, as well as Amazed by America patriotic presentations.
Since 2006, Steve has performed for Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and Society including events in New York City, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles and at the dedication of the Medal of Honor Museum onboard the USS Yorktown in Charleston as well as other events throughout the United States.
In 2009, Steve was presented the “Bob Hope Award for Excellence in Entertainment” by the Medal of Honor Society. He has also performed for the Gary Sinise Foundation as well as Sky Ball and Snowball Express events for American Airlines in support of our military and military families.
His voice can be heard on over 165 feature films and numerous television shows including Hail Caesar, Bridge of Spies, Tomorrowland, Jurassic World, Star Trek Into Darkness, Godzilla, Pacific Rim, Get Smart, Meet the Robinsons, Matrix Revolutions, Matrix Reloaded, King Kong, Fantastic Four, The Patriot, Amistad, Contact, Indiana Jones; Temple of Doom, Glory, Home Alone, Beauty and The Beast, Aladdin, The Hunt for Red October and commercials for Ford Trucks, Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Kibbles & Bits, Diet Coke, Spree, Mercedes, Texaco, IBM, and Delta Airlines.
Laurie Gayle Stephenson
Laurie Gayle Stephenson made her Broadway debut in the Tony award winning The Secret Garden where she performed the role of Lily. She starred for two years on Broadway as Christine Daae in Phantom Of The Opera, and made her debut as Christine in Phantom with the first national touring company at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
Laurie was an original cast member of The Music Of Andrew Lloyd Webber In Concert. She toured the U.S. singing opposite Michael Crawford and made her debut in London’s West End at The Palladium with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Laurie performed An Evening Of Andrew Lloyd Webber in Toronto at The Hummingbird Theatre as well as The Kennedy Center, where she has also performed with Marvin Hamlisch and The National Symphony in An Evening Of Richard Rodgers. She is proud to have been part of Stephen Sondheim’s 75th Birthday Celebration Concert at The New Amsterdam Theatre. She is a regular soloist with the very popular Bravo Broadway, having sung with most major symphony orchestras across the country. Laurie had the honor of performing Phantom Of The Opera in concert with the late Skitch Henderson and The New Haven Symphony, and was one of four Broadway stars chosen to perform Hello Broadway with The Bolshoi Symphony in Moscow.
Her national tours include Annie as Grace Farrell and Camelot with Richard Harris, as well as numerous regional productions.
Laurie can currently be heard on several cast albums as well as Bravo Broadway I, Bravo Broadway II, her solo album Till You Find Your Dream and her latest release of I Believe My Heart — Love Duets with All My Leading Men.