...unbreakable abundance, clarity in diction and creative power.
Oper & Tanz
German mezzosoprano Christina Bock is known for her radiant and colorful voice and her fearless and adventurous characters on stage. She made her first professional appearance on stage at the Age of 20. She has been member of the International Opernstudio of the BADISCHE STAATSTHEATER KARLSRUHE, before she joined the ensemble for one season. From 2012-2020 she has been member of the SEMPEROPER DRESDEN, where she sang all lyric repertoire, including roles such as Octavian, Cherubino, Niklausse and Hänsel. Followed by a strong and frequent artistic relationship with the STAATSOPER WIEN, where she is a resident Guest. Recent engagements included the ROYAL OPERA LONDON, OPERA BASTILLE and the SALZBURGER FESTSPIELE. Bock was born in Thüringen and studied Opera and Lied in Leipzig and Karlsruhe. 2024/25 she will have some international Debuts such as Ariadne auf Naxos at TEATRO DE LA MAESTRANZA, Die Fledermaus at OPERA ROYAL DE WALLONIE. Bock regularly performs in recital, with different chambermusic ensembles, international festivals and interdisciplinary projects. Debuts on the concert stage will also include Projects with the RSB BERLIN, the KRISTIANSAND SYMFONIORKESTER, ICELAND SYMFONIEORKESTER and the SOČR Praha.
Christina Bock in 4 productions at the Wiener Staatsoper
She will appear as "Octavian" in the Production of Der Rosenkavalier, "Kreusa" in Reimanns Medea, "Magdalene" in Die Meistersinger and "Hänsel" in Hänsel und Gretel.
She will perform at the
Charity Concert "Hilfstöne" in Vienna
Lutherische Stadtkirche together with Daniela Fally, Camilla Nylund, Clemens Unterreiner a.m.
Singing the Alto part in a Concert at the Stephansdom in Vienna under the baton of Markus Landerer
The Boston Musical Intelligencer
"Christina Bock was a mesmerizingly sexualized Jordan Baker, self-absorbed, aloof, detached from the lurid events around her and caring only about her golf match."