Tenor Christopher Eaglin, praised for his “emotional vocalism,” most recently sang Enzo in Opera Modo’s production of Gioconda. This past summer he was a resident artist at Pittsburgh Festival Opera and sang Don Jose in Carmen at Opera51. He has also performed the title role in Faust with Opera51, Florestan in Fidelio with NEMPAC, Bacchus in Ariadne auf Naxos with Lowell House Opera, Vaudemont in Iolanta with Opera Slavica, and Pinkerton with the Martina Arroyo Foundation. A lover of art song, Christopher was a resident artist of the Art Song Society of New York and the International Vocal Arts Festival performing Brahms Liebeslieder, Dichterliebe, and other song cycles. He is the winner of the Metropolitan International Music Festival and a finalist for Joy in Singing. He is part of an ongoing project to presenting a series of concerts and lectures in Boston, London, Oxford, and New York around war and remembrance for the centennial of the First World War.