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Regardless of their skill, few of the world's great voices have the versatility to cross over between the worlds of popular music and classical. As is often the case for the outrageously talented countertenor John Holiday, he proves the exception to the rule. An accomplished lead performer with the Dutch National Opera (Agrippina), Bavarian State Opera (Le Grand Macabre), Los Angeles Opera (Eurydice) and the Metropolitan Opera (The Hours); Holiday is equally known as a soloist with the Handel and Haydn Society and Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles, as well as for his pop performances as a finalist on the 2020 season of the NBC reality show The Voice. Holiday has been honored as one of WQXR’s prestigious “20 for 20: Artists to Watch” and named by BroadwayWorld as a "New York Opera Gift that Keeps on Giving.” Following his exceptional turn in Huang Ruo's 2016 production of Paradise Interrupted, Holiday makes a long overdue return to Lincoln Center for an unforgettable solo showcase.

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