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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).


Mr. Job has been engaged by The Metropolitan Opera since the beginning of his career, making his house début in their production of The Nose. Other notable engagements at the esteemed opera house include multiple seasons as Sciaronne in Tosca, Sir Gualtiero Raleigh in Roberto Devereux, Ceprano in Rigoletto, the Imperial Commissioner in Madama Butterfly, Leader of the King’s Guard in Medea, and the Marquis in La traviata, and their productions of Don Carlo, The Enchanted Island, The Nose, From the House of the Dead, and Lulu created by world-renowned artist and director William Kentridge. Additionally, Job has joined the company for productions of The Hours, Die Zauberflöte, Lohengrin, Der Rosenkavalier, Cendrillon, Roméo et Juliette, La fanciulla del West, and La Clemenza di Tito. He can also be seen on seven of their “Live in HD” broadcasts, including Macbeth and as Brühlmann in Werther.


Job continued his tenure at The Met last season with roles in their productions of Dead Man Walking, Un ballo in maschera, The Magic Flute, Madama Butterfly, La forza del destino, Roméo et Juliette, La rondine, and The Hours. He spent his summer at Central City Opera singing Ashby in their production of La fanciulla del West. Job was also seen in concert, singing Handel’s Messiah with DCINY at Carnegie Hall. This season he returns to The Metropolitan Opera as Ceprano in Rigoletto, Sciarrone in Tosca, First Priest in The Magic Flute, Narumov in The Queen of Spades, and for their productions of Grounded, Fidelio, Die Zauberflöte, Salome, and Le nozze di Figaro.



"...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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