Award-winning and International Recording Artist, Nick Stoppel, is a multi-talented musician excelling in a variety of arenas from classical choral music to video game soundtracks. As a native of Kansas City, he continues to contribute across America and around the world both as a soloist and group member. In August of 2016 Nick recorded his first solo album, Wanderin’ which is a collaboration with his mother, Sheree, on piano. Later in December of 2018 he released a Christmas album The Season of Light, which charted on the Official iTunes Top 100 Christmas Albums as well as the Top 15 New Christmas Albums of 2018 on iTunes.

For six seasons, Nick was a member of the Kansas City Chorale performing across the United States and Canada. Nick was privileged to be a part of the Chorale’s recording, Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil, which won the 2015 GRAMMY® Award for Best Choral Performance. While based in Kansas City he also records and tours internationally with the Irish chorus, Anúna. As a member of Anúna now for nearly 10 years, his voice can be heard on multiple albums collaborating with musicians from around the world.

Nick has enjoyed projects with Mr. Yasunori Mitsuda in Tokyo, Japan, where he contributed vocal tracks on the Nintendo Switch video game, Xenoblade Chronicles II in addition to performing for the 20th Anniversary of Xenogears. He has appeared on tours throughout the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Iceland, Italy, Germany, Brazil, Japan and China as well as performing on national television and radio in the Netherlands, Ireland and China. Today Nick enjoys splitting his time between singing and operating his own personal training business at RiNickulous Fitness in Prairie Village, Kansas.