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Praised for his “commanding sonority” (Opera News) and described as “handsome, agile, and with a voice to match” (Boulder Daily Camera), Bass-Baritone Christopher Job is a “rising star on the American opera scene” (Grand Junction Free Press). In 2019 Job made his début with Los Angeles Opera as Dr. Grenvil in La Traviata and sang Sciarrone in Tosca with Bravo! Vail Music Festival.  He also returned to Carnegie Hall for Handel’s Messiah, which he recently recorded live for the New Choral Society in New York.

Job continued his tenure at The Met last season with roles in Tosca, as Sciarrone, Rigoletto as Ceprano, Don Carlos, and Madama Butterfly as the Commissioner. Continuing this season at the esteemed opera house, Job will sing roles such as Leader of the King’s Guard in Medea, Sciarrone in Tosca, and the Marquis in La traviata, in addition to roles in The Hours, Die Zauberflöte, Lohengrin, and Der Rosenkavalier. Job can also be seen in concert, singing Handel’s Messiah with DCINY. [read more...]


"...sings stunningly well..." – The Daily Progress

Susannah – “Christopher Job sings stunningly well as Olin Blitch.”


"...commanding authority..." – Opera News

Così fan tutte – “The power figure Caronte drew commanding authority from Christopher Job.”


"...sang with bold conviction and penetrating musicality...” – Boston Classical Review

Dimitrij – “Christopher Job as leader of the Tsar’s army, sang with bold conviction and penetrating musicality.”


"...renews our sense of amazement in the human voice..." – Grand Junction Free Press

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 – “Christopher Job renews our sense of amazement in the human voice and its ability to make music.”


"...a standout..." – Oenida Daily Dispatch

I Capuleti e Montecchi – “Bass, Christopher Job, a standout last summer at Glimmerglass as Caronte in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo was a strong Capellio.”



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