Tenor Christian Šebek has entertained audiences from Opera to Broadway, Off-Broadway, television, film and international concert halls. He has performed over 1600 shows on Broadway as Ubaldo Piangi in The Phantom of the Opera. Mr. Šebek is recognized for his lyrico spinto voice. The New York Times praised him as “possessing a marvelous voice,” while the Houston Chronicle extolled his Rodolfo as “full of visceral excitement.” Mr. Šebek has sung many of opera’s enduring tenor roles including: Il Trovatore’s Manrico, Rodolfo in La Boheme, Cavaradossi in Tosca, Radames in Aida and Calaf in Turandot, Otello, Samson in Samson et Delilah, Pinkerton in Madame Butterfly, Luigi in Il Tabarro, Canio in Pagliacci, Turiddu in Cavalleria Rusticana, Don Jose in Carmen Alfredo in La Traviata, Michele The Saint of Bleecker Street and as Romeo in Romeo and Juliette in concert at Carnegie Hall. Mr. Šebek created the lead role of Nathanael in Thomas Cabaniss’s Off-Broadway, contemporary opera The Sandman. He performed at the Basilica de Santa Maria Aracoeli as the Shepherd in Andrew Miller’s The Birth of Christ for Pope Benedict and the Vatican. In concert, Christian Šebek has performed throughout Europe. Christian’s voice, as a Jingles Artist, can be recognized in over a hundred television and radio commercials, highlights include appearances on Comedy Central and as musical director of the motion picture Harlem Aria. For seventeen years he was the General Director of Stern’s World Music Record Label, highlighted by Latin Billboard Top Ten-Africando. and was the Artistic Administrator of Chautauqua Opera. Mr. Sebek is the Co-Founder of AB Studios/Shanghai. Christian is on faculty at Concordia College/IVAI /Savannah Voice Festival/AMF Music Festival. He maintains a vocal studio in New York City and New Jersey and his students are on Broadway, Broadway tours and have sung in international venues.