Tenor Christopher Bozeka is quickly becoming recognized for his “expressively captivating” performances, as well as his “beautiful, piercing tone” (San Francisco Chronicle). In 2022-23, he will make his debut with Livermore Valley Opera as Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore, returns to the Metropolitan Opera roster as Second Priest cover in the holiday production of The Magic Flute, debuts the title role in Le comte Ory with Opera Southwest, joins Houston Grand Opera as the Fourth Jew in Salome, and makes his company and role debut at Central City Opera singing a role TBA.
"[The] tenor was the lyrically gifted Christopher Bozeka [as Nadir] whose smooth but warm and hefty legato immediately won the audience over to his side of the argument."
- Opera Today
"Bozeka’s clear tenor radiated romance in 'Se il mio nome,' setting his intentions for the entire show and never leaving a trace of doubt in the sincerity of his love. This sincerity, however, was contrasted by his hilarious interpretations of his two disguises."
- MD Theatre Guide
Then in Act four he sang another aria accompanied by a mandolin with bright and joyous timbre... In this aria [Mr. Bozeka] held out legato lines as long as he could and his upper register gleamed with delicacy and beauty.
- Opera Wire