Vocalist - Baritone

Christopher Magiera has been noted for his “manly, vibrant baritone of uncommon distinction” (Opera Today) and was praised by the New York Times for his performance in The Death of Klinghoffer: “Among a uniformly outstanding cast, Christopher Magiera, a handsome baritone, stands out as a warm, brave and sympathetic Captain.” Mr. Magiera has been seen on stages throughout the world in leading baritone repertoire with renowned conductors such as Kent Nagano, Riccardo Frizza, Asher Fisch, Vladimir Jurowski, Emmanuel Villaume, Stephen Lord, Pier Giorgio Morandi and Frederic Chaslin.

Posted: Jan-27-2016
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In addition to performing in Chicago Opera Theater's upcoming Moby Dick, baritone Christopher Magiera will also be featured in the company's first production of Iolanta, singing the role of Robert. The production will run in November 2018. 

Posted: Apr-18-2018
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"It was wonderful to hear Christopher Magiera again. His mellifluous, burnished baritone has taken on new weight since last I heard him, and he brought gravity and a sympathetic, bungled paternalistic concern to Sharpless. Mr. Magiera’s assured presence and luminous vocalizing were one of the evening’s great strengths."

— Opera Today
Posted: Jun-27-2017
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Posted: Sep-6-2016