Vincent Dion Stringer, Bass-Baritone has been critically acclaimed by the Boston Globe "A First-class bass-baritone" for his performances of German Lieder. He holds a M.M. in opera performance with distinction from Longy School of Music. He is founder and artistic director of the critically acclaimed New England and National Spiritual Ensembles and the Baltimore Summer Opera Workshop at Morgan State University. Mr. Stringer has appeared in Opera, Oratorio and Recital throughout the United States, Europe, China, Africa and the Middle East. He has been featured artist in performances at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Lincoln Center, Edinburgh, and Marlboro Music Festivals among others. He is an advocate of new music and has premiered solo and operatic works by Phillip Glass, James Lee III, Elizabeth Swados and T.J. Anderson.
Mr. Stringer has served on the voice faculty at Morgan since 2004 and is the Coordinator of Vocal Studies and Artistic Director of Opera at Morgan. He is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, National Association of Negro Musicians and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America.