Finnish baritone Kristian Lindroos was born in 1990 in Helsinki. He has aquired his Masters degree from the vocal department of Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland. Kristian has studied privately with Sherman Lowe, Jaakko Ryhänen and Irina Gavrilovici and attended masterclasses of e.g. Jorma Hynninen, Fabio Luisi and Kamal Khan. Kristian comes from a family of singers and his greatest inspiration in his career has been his grandfather, tenor Peter Lindroos.
Kristian Lindroos started working with agent Pekka Pohjola and his agency Allegro artist management in 2016. Lindroos made his debut in the Opera di Firenze as Young Henrik in Marco Tutinos’ opera Le Braci. Kristian has also performed several times in the Savonlinna opera festival and the Festival della valle d’Itria -opera festival in Martina Franca. His performed opera roles include Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro, Belcore from L’elisir d’amore, Schaunard from La Bohéme, Falke from Die Fledermaus and Marullo from Rigoletto.
He has performed as a soloist for almost all the Finnish orchestras: Radio symphony orchestra, Helsinki city orchestra, Tampere philharmonics, Sinfonia Lahti and the Vaasa symphony orchestra with conductors like Sir Roger Norrington, Leif Segerstam, Philippe Auguin, Hannu Lintu, Susanna Mälkki and Kristiina Poska.
Kristian has performed on many prestigious stages in Finland and the nordic countries with lied-, opera and oratorio repertoire.
Kristian Lindroos won the first price in the Lappeenranta singing competition 2016. He has also won a special prize in the ’Toti dal Monte’ -international singing competition, Treviso, Italy 2015.