American tenor Christopher S. Lilley has had the pleasure of performing as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte with the MSM Opera Theatre, Liebeslieder Singer in A Little Night Music with the American Musical Theatre Ensemble. The Brooklyn native has also performed Tamino in The Magic Flute with the MSM Educational Outreach Program, Cecco in Il mondo della luna with the MSM Opera Scenes Program, and Aristee/Pluton and Orfee in Orphée aux enferswith the MSM Senior Opera Theatre. He has also played Paul in Moving Right Along: The World of Jeff Blumenkrantz, and Booker T. Washington in Ragtime. He has participated in masterclasses with John Cheek, Anthony Roth Costanzo, Lauren Flanigan, and Ron Raines, as well as Florence Quivar, Adrian Thompson and Colenton Freeman. Christopher is a recipient of the Fran Morgenstern Scholarship for Musical Theatre from ASCAP and the Scott Edware Oakley Scholarship for Musical Theatre as well as a 2015 Osgood Prize from dell’Arte Opera Ensemble.