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Christopher Burchett, whom Opera News has described as a “fearlessly vulnerable” performer “who gave an unflinchingly, heroically human performance that will linger long in the memory”, has earned a place on the stages of opera, concert halls and music festivals throughout the United States and Europe including the Kennedy Center, the Barbican Centre with the BBC Orchestra, Beth Morrison Projects, Fort Worth Opera, The Holland Festival, PROTOTYPE Festival, Santa Fe Opera, Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, and the Boston Lyric Opera. Christopher has been a part of several world premières, creating the rôles of Orsen in Edwin Penhorwood’s opera Too Many Sopranos with Cedar Rapids Opera Theatre, M. Carré-Lamadon in Stephen Hartke’s The Greater Good with Glimmerglass Opera, Baritone Soloist in Paul Moravec’s Blizzard Voices with Opera Omaha, the title rôle in Bernard Rand’s Vincent with Indiana University Opera Theater, Jack Absolute in Kirke Mechem’s The Rivals with Skylight Opera Theatre, Soldier in Paola Prestini’s Oceanic Verses with The Kennedy Center, Victor in Jeff Myer’s Buried Alive with Fargo Moorhead Opera, and Ming in Paola Prestini’s Gilgamesh with Beth Morrison Projects. Christopher can be heard on the Naxos record label in Stephen Hartke’s opera The Greater Good, Julian Wachner’s oratorio Come My Dark Eyed One and the title rôle of Benard Rands’ opera Vincent, and on the I-tunes label as part of the “Opera America Songbook”, a recorded collection of 47 songs commissioned by Opera America to celebrate the opening of the National Opera Center.

For more information, please visit www.christopherburchett.com.

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