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Christopher Macchio is an international classical-crossover vocalist, known globally

for his command performances from the White House balcony on LIVE 

International Television.  He has 10 consecutive annual sold-out concerts as

one of the three New York Tenors at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, solo guest appearances with legendary producer David Foster (producer of Andrea Bocelli),

and a PBS-TV concert special Bell’Aria: Live from Las Vegas. He regularly performs to

sold-out crowds in New York, Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Miami and Los Angeles, and

this winter will be featured in two major Hollywood films to be released in 2022,

one being the Untitled Cabrini Film on the life of Mother Cabrini, starring John Lithgow, 

and another called DON Q starring Armand Assante. He has also been featured

singing live from the National Museum of the Bible in Washington DC, and on

live television from the Lincoln Memorial.


Christopher Macchio is a gifted performer with a tenor voice of exceptional 

power and beauty. Classically trained at the Manhattan School of Music Conservatory, 

where he starred in Vincenzo Bellini’s I Puritani (Arturo), Mr. Macchio began his professional 

career in 2011 starring in a concert special for PBS Television, followed up with 

appearances on FOX-TV, NBC-TV, ABC-TV, RAI International , and has now expanded into 

acting and studio recording with appearances in two Hollywood Films and his two album 

releases, Dolci Momenti and Oh Holy Night.


Mr. MacchioI performs music across the musical spectrum and in over a dozen languages 

from classical arias, to Italian folk classics, to broadway favorites, right into the modern age 

with renditions of ballads from the songbooks of Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban. 

There’s truly something for every ear, and it’s all woven together seamlessly by stirring 

orchestral arrangements that scale from large to small to accommodate the widest 

variety of venues. Christopher Macchio is an artistic forceto behold, and always leaves 

his audiences breathless and yearning for more!

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