The Elixir of Love – Fort Worth Opera

“In my experience Belcore usually lets down the side; not so with dapper Christopher Bolduc, elegant of style and possessing a firm, attractive voice.”
– David Shengold, Opera, Oct 2010

“As Belcore, steely-voiced baritone Christopher Bolduc was amusingly vapid and vain without lapsing into caricature. (In this production, Belcore is a U.S. Army recruiter.)… Other good comic bits came from Bolduc, oafishly cradling Adina’s head while wearing boxing gloves.”
– Joshua Rosenblum, Opera News, Sept 2010

“Christopher Bolduc was suave as the arrogant Belcore.”
– Star-Telegram, (Fort Worth, TX), May 2010

“Christopher Bolduc played the Belcore role to perfection. He owned the role not only through his voice, but perfectly overdid things to drive through his character’s comedic elements.”
– Rosebrook Classical/Everyday Opera, (Fort Worth, TX), May 2010

“. . .Christopher Bolduc swaggered—entirely appropriately—through the role of Belcore.”
– D Magazine, (Dallas, TX), May 2010

“Baritone Christopher Bolduc is hysterical as Belcore, the army officer whose self-importance is only exceeded by his grandiose self-esteem.”
–, May 2010

Don Giovanni – Theater Basel

La bohème – Palm Beach Opera