Spenser Verheul, Tenor, is a graduate of Florida Southern College. He graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Music. His main instrument is voice, but from a young age he has had a passion for playing piano. He started playing piano in Elementary school, and found that music was something he really enjoyed. Through his education, Spenser has had the privilege of working with instructors such as Mark Thomsen, Diane Stahl, and Dr. Beth Gibbs.
Throughout his career, Spenser has performed in the Imperial Symphony Orchestra's A Night at the Opera, making appearances in Gianni Schiggi, The Magic Flute, and La Boheme. Additionally, he has performed with the Florida Southern College Opera program, appearing in Die Fledermaus, The Pirates of Penzance, and Ruddigore. Aside from opera, Spenser was a member of both the Concert Choir and Chamber Singers at Florida Southern College. In his spare time, Spenser served as Tenor Section Leader at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Lakeland, Florida. Notably, Spenser has received the Andy Wright Award and the Anne Roselle Vocal Award for his excellence in music.
Currently, Spenser works across Orlando, Florida teaching music to beginning piano students. He has made his career teaching and encouraging students through music. Spenser encourages students to not only become good vocalists or instrumentalists, but also great musicians. His life goal is to continue to inspire as many people as possible through music.