Jimmy Stevens

Jimmy Stevens Voice Lessons

Instructor - Voice


Jimmy Stevens is currently pursuing a Masters of Music with an emphasis in Vocal Performance at GMU studying under John Aler, and graduated in 2015 from Webster University in Saint Louis, MO with his BM in Vocal Performance. Recent operatic credits include Tom Rakewell in The Rake’s Progress and Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore in Webster University’s Opera Scenes, as well as the Young Collector in Union Avenue Opera’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire. Recent concert credits include appearing as the tenor soloist in the America premiere of Zelenka’s Litaniae Lauretanae at the Sheldon Concert Hall with the Oratory Choir of St. Frances de Sales and appearing as the tenor soloist in Bach’s Cantata No. 12 with the Webster Groves Presbyterian Church. In addition to classical repertoire, Jimmy is a lover of musical theatre, with credits including Corny Collins in Hairspray and King Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar. Recent awards include 2014 NATS Regional Competition (1st Place), 2014 Crescendo Young Artist Program (1st Place), 2015 Winner of the Webster University Aria Competition, and 2015 Buder Foundation Scholarship Recipient.


Jimmy joins the faculty at the Potomac Arts Academy after teaching privately at St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Imperial, MO. Jimmy believes in helping students find the easiest way to sing based on a solid technique, as well as exploring music through a variety of repertoire. He’s very excited to be able to help young people explore and develop as musicians!


For more information about Jimmy, call 703-993-9889 or email academy@gmu.edu.