From humble and happy beginnings, baritone Michael Chioldi has enjoyed a remarkable career in many of the world’s greatest opera houses. Though initially unsure of his path, he discovered quickly that he was meant for the stage. Thanks to the guidance and care of his early teachers and his personal dedication, his career progressed rapidly. Chioldi continues to deeply inspire and impact audiences. With a performance calendar full through 2019, his future is one to watch.
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