Highly lauded for his irreverent portrayals of the Roasting Swan in Carmina Burana, tenor Christopher Pfund has made the role a pillar of his career, performing it with countless orchestras across North America. In recent seasons he has performed Carmina Burana with the symphony orchestras of Alabama, Des Moines, Cleveland, Colorado, Fort Wayne, Hartford, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Nashville, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Reading, and San Diego.


Posted: Nov-20-2017
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With the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Jacksonville Symphony Chorus and Jacksonville Children's Chorus. Soloists: soprano Andrea Matthews, tenor Christopher Pfund, and baritone Kurt Willett. Conducted by Fabio Mechetti.

Posted: Jan-31-2000
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Conductor Andrew Grams, far right, gave low fives — hand slaps down low rather than the go-to up high — to the trio of soloists at Friday's performance of "Carmina Burana." From left, baritone Richard Zeller, tenor Christopher Pfund and soprano Maeve Höglund, with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and TSO Chorus.

"And tenor Christopher Pfund, who sang only three verses in the performance, was the standout with his charismatic portrayal of a swan on a spit. His entrance on stage, glancing about the orchestra with the look of someone who had wandered in off the street with no clue why they were there, was priceless and fit his character of being an innocent and unwilling guest for dinner."

— Arizona Daily Star
Posted: Mar-18-2016
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Posted: Jan-31-2013