Stefan Jenzer began playing the guitar when he was six years old. Today he is among the most popular and promising classical guitarists of his generation.
He has earned this reputation by winning competitions at the national and international levels: First Prize at Jugend Musiziert (Germany), First Prize in the Competition for the Young European Soloists (Luxemburg), Second Prize at Fresno Guitar Competition (California, USA), Third Prize at the International A.Segovia Guitar Competition (Alessandria, Italy), Third Prize at the Portland Guitar Competition (Oregon, USA), and Special Music Award of the Saarland Banks.
Stefan Jenzer has studied with such famous guitarists as Prof. David Tanenbaum (San Francisco, USA), Prof. Sonja Prunnbauer (Freiburg, Germany), Prof. Thomas Müller-Pering (Weimar, Germany) and Michael Koch (Mainz, Germany).
"Stefan Jenzer did not only distinguish himself amongst his peers... his playing was accomplished, expressive, dynamically coherent and structurally well thought out. He received tremendous applause for an impressive achievement."

(Mainzer Allgemeine)

To date he has produced two solo CDs, "Classical Romantic Guitar Music" (Leico-8351) and "Piezas Breves" in cooperation with the German Radio Station (ARD - SR), as well as made television appearances, given solo concerts and performed concertos (i.e. Concierto de Aranjuez by J.Rodrigo, Concerto in D Major by Castelnuovo-Tedesco) with orchestras throughout Europe, Russia, Belarus and the USA.

Since 2004 Stefan Jenzer teaches at the "University of Music Saarbruecken", Germany.