|About Christopher Maltman|
|The Virgin Classics recording Britten: Canticles; Folksongs with David Daniels, Ian Bostridge, Christopher Maltman, and Julius Drake was released at amazon.co.uk on 5 August 2002. It was released at amazon.com on 5 November 2002.|
|Page was updated June 8, 2007.
|British baritone Christopher Maltman studied biochemistry at Warwick University and singing at the Royal Academy of Music. He won the Lieder Prize at the 1997 Cardiff Singer of the World Competition.|
|John Aler and Christopher Maltman were the soloists, with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus for performances in Boston of Britten's Cantata misericordium on November 14, 15, 16, and 19, 2002, conducted by James Conlon.
My impressions of the November 15 performance were somewhat negative.
|"Perfect Casting" says January 2002 Opera News of Christopher Maltman as Mordred in the Decca recording of Albéniz's Merlin.|
|"As Figaro, Christopher Maltman takes charge with a breezy smile and plenty of energy. He sings cleanly and makes every word audible," writes Richard Fairman in a November 12, 2001, review for the Financial Times of a performance of The Marriage of Figaro at the English National Opera.|
|"Maltman Makes A Respectable North American Debut," review by Philip Anson / March 3, 2000
On the Aisle
|Photograph courtesy of the San Francisco Symphony.|
Benvenuto Cellini by Hector Berlioz
Performer: Monica Groop (Mezzo Soprano), Christopher Maltman (Baritone), Laura Claycomb (Soprano),
Franz Hawlata (Bass), Bruce Ford (Tenor), Ralf Lukas (Bass Baritone)
Conductor: Roger Norrington
Orchestra/Ensemble: Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Middle German Radio Choir Leipzig
Mahler - Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Christopher Maltman, baritone); Symphony No 1--Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Zander