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A native of Hinsdale, Illinois, mezzo-soprano Christine Boddicker recently completed a Master's degree in Vocal Performance at the Moores School of Music at the University of Houston.   In the 2023-2024 season, Christine joined  Lyric Opera of Kansas City as a Resident Artist.


Christine has performed with Indianapolis Opera and has appeared in young artist programs such as the Janiec Opera Company at Brevard Music CenterOpera SteamboatMiami Music Festival, and Chicago Summer Opera.

E V E N T S​



April 6-23, 2024

The Haberdasher Prince
Lyric Opera of Kansas City

Kansas City, MO



May 3 & 5, 2024

Journey to Valhalla

Lyric Opera of Kansas City

Kansas City, MO



May 24 &25, 2024

Amadigi di Gaula

Ars Lyrica Houston

Houston, TX


In Review - Roméo et Juliette at Lyric Opera of Kansas City












"Christine Boddicker played the plum role of Stéphano in top form." 

- (S.Fairbank)

"Christine Boddicker shines in the small but dynamic trouser role of Stéphano."

- Grace Suh (KC Studio)


In Review - Cavalleria Rusticana at Lyric Opera of Kansas City

As Lola "Christine Boddicker was suitably coquettish in manner and in voice, flouncing about town with her sycophantic ladies, except when things get dark and messy because of the very mess she has created."

- Hilary Stroh (Bachtrack)


In Review - L'incoronazione di Poppea at Miami Music Festival 

"Christine Boddicker was a statuesque Nero, a monarch in bearing and voice. Her powerful, multi-colored mezzo yet had the dexterity to throw off trills and roulades with ease and elan. Boddicker’s declamation was bold and strongly present but her singing was never forced. " 

~ Lawerence Budmen (South Florida Classical Review)

2023-2024 Season

In the 2023-2024 season, Christine will be making her role debut as Nerone (L’incoronazione di Poppea) with Miami Music Festival in July. Following the summer, she will be joining the Lyric Opera of Kansas City as a Resident Artist performing as Lola (Cavalleria Rusticana), Sister Berthe (The Sound of Music), and Stephano (Roméo et Juliette). 

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