In a career spanning over thirty years the tenor Christopher Gillett has sung in opera houses across the globe and with some of the world’s finest orchestras and conductors. In recent years he has sung at the Royal Opera, Los Angeles Opera, The Netherlands Opera, Teatro Reggio Emilia, Theater an der Wien, Aldeburgh, Glyndebourne and Teatro alla Scala, Milan, with Sir Colin Davis, Sir Andrew Davis, Placido Domingo, John Nelson, Oliver Knussen and Robin Ticciati.
On CD/DVD his many recordings include the title role in Albert Herring as well as roles in Peter Grimes, Billy Budd and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
He has written two books, the critically-acclaimed Who’s My Bottom? and Scraping The Bottom and he writes regular columns for both Sinfinimusic.com and Opernwelt, usually about the absurdities of life as an opera singer.
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