"Jacques, most importantly, helps carry the show. Baritone Stephen Lancaster...conveys the character's mix of profundity and buffoonery while singing with authority and superb diction."
- South Bend Tribune


"...baritone Stephen Lancaster projected the pathos of the Libera me with great strength."
 - New York Concert Review


"Lancaster's voice was wonderful. His line...burst in during a quiet moment in the fourth movement, and he held his own against the orchestra's full complement of strings and wind instruments."
 - South Bend Tribune


"Lancaster...shows good interpretive skill with these songs, coloring his voice to fit the text...and employing a wide range of expression and dynamics. He's a fine storyteller-singer who sounds like he is having fun with the animal songs."
 - American Record Guide


"Lancaster is varied in tone and alive to feeling….he is engaged in his performances, and the recital ends in excellent fashion, with Lancaster almost conversational in his directness of communication."
 - Fanfare Magazine


South Bend Tribune Interview
Poulenc "Le Bal Masqué" - South Bend Symphony - 3/2016


Croatia National Television 
ND Concert Band - Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall - Lancaster featured after 1:00 - 5/2015


South Bend Tribune Interview
"Les Six" recital - University of Notre Dame - 9/2014


Arts at Notre Dame Interview
Nico Castel International MasterSinger Competition Win - 5/2013

Emma Grimsley and Stephen Lancaster in rehearsal for their performances of Anthony & Johanna in Eugene Opera's production of Sweeney Todd, 5/2015