Christopher Bolduc

Photo: Dennis König
American baritone Christopher Bolduc studied in New York and Philadelphia, after which guest engagements took to some of the most important opera houses in Europe and North America. He sang Ramiro ("L'heure espagnole") at the Glyndebourne Festival, Guglielmo ("Così fan tutte"), Count Almaviva ("Le nozze di Figaro") and the Hunter (Heinz Holliger's "Schneewittchen") in Basel, as well as Belcore ("L'elisir d'amore") in Cologne, amongst others. He made his Metropolitan Opera debut in the world premiere of Nico Muhly’s “Two Boys” in 2013/14. He sang the title role in Monteverdi's "Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in patria" in Lausanne and debuted as Billy Budd at the Prague National Theatre during the 2017/18 season. Previous roles in Wiesbaden include role debuts as Marcello ("La Bohème"), Figaro ("Il barbiere di Siviglia"), King's Herald ("Lohengrin") and Eugene Onegin, in addition to roles such as Guglielmo, Sharpless ("Madama Butterfly"), Belcore, Papageno ("Die Zauberflöte"), Count Almaviva, Lescaut ("Manon"), Wolfram ("Tannhäuser") and Don Giovanni. During the 2018/19 season, he performed in Wiesbaden productions such as "Eugene Onegin", "Don Giovanni", "Tannhäuser" and "Madama Butterfly". This season, he sings Stern in the new production of "Anna Nicole", as well as Escamillo in "Carmen".


Stern in »Anna Nicole«
Escamillo in »Carmen«
Lescaut in »Manon«
Belcore in »L'elisir d'amore«