Christopher Mallory

Christopher Mallory is an Ottawa bass who continues to earn the praise of audiences for the qualities of his voice and his skills as an entertaining character actor. Often sought for his musicality, versatility and leadership, Christopher has been singing with a diverse group of North American choirs, including the Canadian Chamber Choir, the Capital Chamber Choir, the Men and Boys’ Choir of Christ Church Cathedral (with his two sons), Kinara, the Saint Tikhon Choir and the PaTRAM Institute Male Choir, to name a few. On stage, Christopher has been consistently acknowledged for his musical and acting talents, and applauded for his portrayal of many roles, notably Tevye (Fiddler), Leporello (Don Giovanni), Bartolo (Barbiere, Nozze) and Dr. Pangloss (Candide). He was recently praised for his performance of the title role of Scrooge in the premiere of Andrew Ager’s musical work based on Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, commissioned by the Caelis Academy Ensemble.