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

NEWS

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November 6, 2017 was the Ten Singing Stars: The Next Generation concert, supported by the International Resource Centre for Performing Artists. All singers in the concert took part in the IRCPA’s Encounter with Brett Polegato, in which the celebrated Canadian operatic baritone provided advice in a masterclass setting, offering career guidance, and preparing them for the concert.

Bradley was announced as the recipient of the Sondra Radvanovsky Scholarship. In her honour, he performed Eugene Onegin’s Act 1 aria ‘Kogda bï zhizn domashnim krugom’ live on Classical FM96.3.
Photo is courtesy of Joseph So.

http://operacanada.ca/ircpas-ten-singing-stars-show-great-promise/ 

https://operaramblings.wordpress.com/2017/11/07/singing-stars-the-next-generation-2/#more-23286

 
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OURS

Opera on the Avalon
Bradley Christensen, Michael

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND
November 09 and 11 - 7:30pm
Arts and Culture Centre
95 Allandale Rd

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CLUB NIGHT CABARET

Arts and Letters Club
Bradley Christensen, baritone

TORONTO, ONTARIO
December 3 - 8:00pm
Arts and Letters Club
14 Elm St
 

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THE BIRTH OF CHRIST

Masterworks of Oakville
Bradley Christensen, Joseph

HAMILTON, ONTARIO
December 07 - 8:00pm
Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King
714 King St. W

 
 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. 

 From left to right: Bradley Christensen (Enrico), Valérie Bélanger (Silvia), Kevin Mallon (Conductor), Maude Brunet (Costanza), Stephen Bell (Gernando), Alaina Viau (Director).

From left to right: Bradley Christensen (Enrico), Valérie Bélanger (Silvia), Kevin Mallon (Conductor), Maude Brunet (Costanza), Stephen Bell (Gernando), Alaina Viau (Director).

HAYDN OPERA A RARE TREAT FOR OTTAWA EARS
OTTAWA CITIZEN | 28 MAY 2016 | NATASHA GAUTHIER

"As the sidekick Enrico, baritone Bradley Christensen displayed the most well-rounded instrument...focused, rich, and sympathetically communicative."

 
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