Born in November 1971, Stephan MacLeod is a Swiss bass-baritone. His repertoire goes from Renaissance and western European baroque music. He is particularly active in the oratorio repertoire.
He was ten years old when he started studying violin and piano at the Concervatoire de Musique de Geneve. Then he started singing lessons with Mrs. Michele Moser in Geneva. At the age od nineteen, he was accepted into the singing class of Ursula Buckel in Geneva, and at the same time was offered a position at the Cologne Musikhochschule studying with Kurt Moll. Then he studied with Gary Magby in Lausanne.
MacLeod won in 1991 in Switzerland various competition prizes. Currently, with his Ensemble Gli Angeli Genève, he will be singing and conducting in various concerts in Switzerland, Germany and at the Utrecht’s Festival for Early Music, featuring works of Bach, Schütz, Monteverdi, Mozart and symphonies by Haydn.