Born in Manitoba, tenor Christopher Enns is a member of the COC Ensemble Studio. He made his COC debut earlier this season as an American/Glass Maker/Strolling Player in Death in Venice. Mr. Enns also performs the roles of Tamino in the Ensemble Studio’s mainstage performance of The Magic Flute and Scaramuccio in Ariadne auf Naxos. He holds a bachelor of vocal performance from the University of Manitoba, and recently graduated from the University of Toronto with a diploma in operatic performance. Recent performances include the title role in Candide, Ecclitico in Il mondo della luna and Gonzalve in L’heure espagnole with the University of Toronto’s Opera Division; Alfred in Die Fledermaus with Highlands Opera Studio; and, Gastone in La Traviata with Saskatoon Opera. Mr. Enns has also performed with the Toronto Summer Music Academy, Opera NUOVA, the Winnipeg Symphony and the Aldeburgh Connection.