Eugene Ebner has a bachelor's degree in vocal performance from the University of Arizona and also studied voice in Salzburg, Austria. Eugene has danced on stage with entertainment legend Diana Ross numerous times, has performed in front of the Capitol Building in Washington, DC, has shared the stage with Broadway stars Annaleigh Ashford, Beth Malone, Alice Ripley and Andy Kelso and has sung the national anthem three times at Colorado Rockies games for over 25,000 people. Eugene has performed in such infamous venues as the Laurie Beechman Theatre, Birdland Jazz Club and Carnegie Hall.
Most recently Eugene went into the recording studio with Broadway powerhouse vocalist Jeremy Stolle (Phantom of the Opera) and has released a new original song "Angel". Produced by Emmy Award-winning producer Denise Gentilini. This inspiring ballad was originally written in honor of Eugene's mother who passed away from cancer many years ago. "Angel" is a song that anyone can dedicate to someone they love or miss.
Eugene is co-founder of Ebner-Page Productions and is an experienced TV host and interviewer with the intention to inspire, educate and entertain.