“Baritone Bradley Christensen displayed the most well-rounded instrument…focused, rich, and sympathetically communicative.”
— Ottawa Citizen
 

NEWS

The new edition of Opera Canada has come out and there is a review of the production Bradley did in March, 2018 with Southern Ontario Lyric Opera. It was a double bill featuring I Pagliacci and Gianni Schicchi. This was Bradley’s first Silvio (Pagliacci) and second Marco (Gianni Schicchi).

"Baritone Bradley Christensen (Silvio) was both vocally rich and a good actor, particularly convincing during the Nedda/Silvio duet which DeCiantis and Christensen sang with the lush musical ebb and flow that Leoncavallo’s score demands."
- Dawn Martens

For the full review, visit operacanada.ca

 
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ELEKTRA

Canadian Opera Company

TORONTO, ONTARIO
January 26 - February 22
7:00pm
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
145 Queen St. W

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COSI FAN TUTTE

Canadian Opera Company

TORONTO, ONTARIO
February 05 - February 23
7:30pm
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
145 Queen St. W

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IDOMENEO

Opera Atelier
Bradley Christensen, High Priest

TORONTO, ONTARIO
April 04 - April 13 - 7:30pm
Ed Mirvish Theatre
263 Yonge St.
 

 
 Photo credit:  From left to right: Stephanie DeCiantis (Nedda), Bradley Christensen (Silvio)

Photo credit:
From left to right: Stephanie DeCiantis (Nedda), Bradley Christensen (Silvio)

PAGLIACCI / GIANNI SCHICCHI
OPERA CANADA | 3 MARCH 2018 | DAWN MARTENS

"Baritone Bradley Christensen (Silvio) was both vocally rich and a good actor, particularly convincing during the Nedda/Silvio duet which DeCiantis and Christensen sang with the lush musical ebb and flow that Leoncavallo’s score demands."

 Photo credit: Kevin Lloyd From left to right: Emily Kruspe (violin), Barry Shiffman (violin), Bradley Christensen (baritone), Rachel Desoers (cello), Keith Hamm (viola).

Photo credit: Kevin Lloyd
From left to right: Emily Kruspe (violin), Barry Shiffman (violin), Bradley Christensen (baritone), Rachel Desoers (cello), Keith Hamm (viola).

ACROSS THE CHANNEL 
OPERA RAMBLINGS | 11 JANUARY 2017 | JOHN GILKS

The final number was Bradley performing Barber’s haunting setting of Matthew Arnold’s sombre Dover Beach.  For this he was joined by Emily Kruspe and Barry Shiffman (violins), Keith Hamm (viola) and Rachel Desoer (cello).  This was classy.  High class string playing coupled with great attention to text.  There’s so much in the words and music in this piece.  It needs a restrained, text first, approach and it got it. 

 
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