New Jersey-born countertenor Eric Schlossberg was recently praised by Opera Magazine for his "Sorcerer of strong vocal and dramatic character" in Ensemble OrQuesta's production of Dido and Aeneas. He also recently debuted the role of Elviro (Cavalli's Xerse) in the London Grimeborn Festival. Other roles include Nerone, Ottone, & Arnalta (L'incoronazione di Poppea), Tolomeo (Giulio Cesare), L'umana fragilità/Pisandro (Il ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria), Damon (Acis and Galatea), the title roles in Handel's Admeto and L'enfant et les sortilèges, and the man who fell in love with his cat in the US premiere of Robin Haigh's The Man Who Woke Up.

While a young artist with the iSING International Young Artists Festival, he was a featured soloist with the Shanghai Symphony and Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestras. Upcoming season highlights include his debut with the Hastings Philharmonic and reprising The Man Who Woke Up with Thompson Street Opera in Chicago in 2019.

Eric is also an experienced software engineer having received a Bachelor of Science and Engineering in Computer Science from Princeton University. He collaborates frequently on research with the MIT Media Lab and Harvard University.