A former football player from Ithaca College, Skyler Schlenker has performed as Top in The Tender Land, Perchik in Fiddler on the Roof, Frank
in Die Fledermaus and Seneca in L’Incoronazione di Poppea at CU Boulder. He also performed Papageno in The Magic Flute as a graduate student. Schlenker was a winner of the Anderson Voice Competition for undergraduate singers at CU Boulder. In 2017, he sang at the Aspen Music Festival as a studio artist and will return in 2018 as a fellow to sing Luther in Les Contes des Hoffman with Maestro Manahan. Last year at Aspen, he covered the Baron in La Traviata and performed in weekly concerts, including Prince Tarquinius in the rape scene from The Rape of Lucretia. Last summer, he also workshopped the role of Yeshua in The Gospel of Mary Magdalene with Mark Adamo. Schlenker spent the summers of 2015 and 2016 with “Si Parla, Si Canta,” directed by Benton Hess in Urbania, Italy, where he worked on Italian language and Italian arias. Schlenker is a master’s candidate in voice performance studying with Andrew Garland.