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Christopher Scholl

Tenor Christopher Scholl spent almost twenty years in Europe, where he enjoyed a highly successful career in opera, oratorio and recitals. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College and a master’s degree from The Eastman School of Music. During his doctoral studies at Eastman, he took leave of absence to study at the Conservatory of Music in Lübeck, Germany. While living in Kiel he performed throughout Europe, singing in cities such as Munich, Mannheim Kiel, Rostock, Paris, Marseilles and Trieste, and collaborating with esteemed conductors. His operatic repertoire embraces music from the Baroque to the contemporary and Broadway, and he is a frequent soloist and recitalist.


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