Baritone Christopher Holloway has already begun preparation for a busy performance season this fall and winter.
The baritone begins his exciting run of performances with an appearance in concert celebrating American song with Gulfshore Opera in Naples, Florida on November 13th at 3pm.
A week later, Christopher appears with The Qol Quartet in concert November 20th at 3pm at Church of the Palms Presbyterian Church in Sarasota. This will be an afternoon of classical favorites including famous operatic duets, ensembles, musical theatre favorites, and a cappella spirituals not to be missed.
Christopher performs as the bass soloist in Messiah with Englewood United Methodist Church on December 3rd at 4pm. He then performs the work the very next week (December 10th at 4pm) with Lakeside Lutheran Church of Venice.
His next appearance follows closely behind as he makes his performance debut with the The Sarasota Pops Orchestra on December 12th at 7pm and December 18th at 3pm.
The new year finds Mr. Holloway returning to St. Petersburg Opera as Sargeant Belcore in Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’Amore with performances on January 27th, 29th, and 31st. After his critically acclaimed performance as Escamillo in Carmen last season, you will not want to miss this comedic performance!
More information about Christopher’s performance schedule will follow in the coming months!