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

In an interview for the Prince George Citizen on July 4, 2019, Bradley had a few things to say about his love of opera, the arts, and the human voice. One thing he had to say was:

"We don't use microphones, we are not auto-tuned, nothing about the singers is synthesized. This is our raw voice, it's real, it comes out of our bodies and goes into the audience straight from the voice to the ear. That is a simple but unbelievable connection."

For the full interview, read here.

 

OUTREACH CONCERTS

Home Concerts

TORONTO, ONTARIO
Sept. 3 - 22
2:00pm
Various locales
 

WING MEN

Concerts @100

TORONTO, ONTARIO
Sept. 27 - 7:30pm
Private House
Near Bathurst and St. Clair

SYMPHONY NO.9

Orchestra Toronto

TORONTO, ONTARIO
Sept. 27 - 3:00pm
George Weston Recital Hall
5040 Yonge St.

 
Bradley Christensen as the High Priest and Colin Ainsworth as Idomeneo Photo: Bruce Zinger

Bradley Christensen as the High Priest and Colin Ainsworth as Idomeneo
Photo: Bruce Zinger

REVIEW: Opera Atelier’s Idomeneo A Feast For The Eyes And Ears 
LUDWIG-VAN | 5 APRIL 2019 | Joseph So

"Finally, the young New Zealand baritone Bradley Christensen showed off his fine voice and imposing stage presence as the High Priest."

Stephanie DeCiantis as Nedda and Bradley Christensen as Silvio.

Stephanie DeCiantis as Nedda and Bradley Christensen as 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."

 
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