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Trained Singer / Actor who has sung professionally in Latin, Italian, German, Spanish, Hebrew, Yiddish, French, and Estonian. 

February 26th, 2023 Canterbury Choral Society:

March 11th, 2023 Carnegie Hall Verdi's Requiem 

April - June 2023: Metropolitan Opera: Tosca, Aida, La Boheme

New York Philharmonic Chorus: Reopening Gala of David Geffen Hall (October 26 & 28, 2022) Recorded for PBS "Great Performances" Beethoven's 9th Symphony:

"Sacco and Vanzetti" produced by After Dinner Opera Co. at Lehman College, directed by Ben Spierman.

"Trial by Jury" by Gilbert and Sullivan produced by Bronx Opera, presented virtually at Lehman College, directed by Ben Spierman. 

"Voices of the Holocaust" by Michael Shapiro produced by Ember Concert Choir. Presented at Central Synagogue NYC. 

Featured Soloist work in the New York region has included Concert Appearances:
-Bass Soloist in Mozart Requiem (Featured Soloist in Latin) with Canterbury Choral Society
-Featured Soloist in Frequent Concert Presentations in NYC and NJ with Ember Concert Choir Baritone Concert Soloist, Choral Ringer, Section Leader, and Flautist.  (Featured Soloist in Spanish, Swahili, English) 

-Mahagonny Songspiel as "Jimmy" (Featured Soloist in German) by Kurt Weill with the Brooklyn Metro Chamber Orchestra
-New York Festival Singers / Litha Symphony Orchestra New Years Eve Gala 2018 and 2019. Summer Concert Series Featured Soloist and Section Leader
-"In the Name of the Earth" at St. John the Divine as part of Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival 2018
-"Esto-Atlantis Concert" at Alice Tully Hall @ Lincoln Center with the Estonian Chorale of NYC 2018
-Featured Soloist, Section Leader and Occasional Director of the Estonian House Mixed Chorus in New York

Christopher Tefft recently performed Off Broadway in the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene's Drama Desk Nominated production of "Amerike: The Golden Land" at the National Jewish Museum in Battery Park. 

Christopher traveled to Saudi Arabia with "Scooby Doo LIVE: The Mystery of the Pyramid" in December 2017, produced by EventBox. He was a Featured Singer in the show, which included special effects and traveled across Saudi from Riyadh to Jeddah. He was interviewed by Saudi Arabian television before their performance for royalty. 

Christopher will continue performing in the Metropolitan Opera as a Supernumerary. Recent productions include "Aida" ('17-'23), "Tosca" ('18-'23), "La Boheme ('15-'23)", "Turandot"('17-'22), "Mefistofele"('19), and "Semiramide"('18). 

As a professional Christmas Caroler since 2010, Chris currently sings with Cobblestone Entertainment's Carolers during the holiday season. 

Christopher performed at "The Growing Stage: The Children's Theatre of New Jersey" as Captain Braid Beard in "How I Became a Pirate" May 2016. 
Christopher is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association, the union for professional stage performers. He joined Monday, April 4th, 2016, qualifying for membership with an Equity contract.
Christopher traveled to Cairo, Egypt with "Scooby Doo LIVE: The Mystery of the Pyramid" in March 2016. He was the featured soloist in the show.
Christopher performed Summer 2015 in Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's production of "Les Miserables" Performances sold out during summer 2015. 
Chris performed with the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in "Midlife 2: The Crisis Continues", a world premiere musical written and directed by Jim and Bob Walton. For Christmas 2014, he was in DADT / Prather Entertainment Group's productions of "A Wonderful Life" and "A Velveteen Rabbit Christmas". 

Rock Ballad: "Time" Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon

Jazz Ballad: "Lush Life" Jazz Standard by Billy Strayhorn - features chromatics and sotto voce 

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