The American countertenor has rapidly established himself as one of the most remarkably versatile artists of his generation. In 2020 he competed on NBC’s The Voice, placing fifth in the final. Holiday’s successes onstage have ranged from Handel’s Xerxes (Glimmerglass Festival) and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (LA Opera) to Philip Glass’s Galileo Galilei (Portland Opera, Holiday’s operatic stage debut), Matthew Aucoin’s Eurydice (LA Opera, world premiere), Jonathan Dove’s Flight (Des Moines Metro Opera), Daniel Roumain’s We Shall Not Be Moved (world premiere at Opera Philadelphia, reprised for Holiday’s European debut with the Dutch National Opera), and Huang Ruo’s Paradise Interrupted (world premiere at the Spoleto Festival, subsequently at Shanghai’s Macau Arts Festival). Recent seasons have brought appearances at the La Jolla Music Festival, Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Other concert and recital venues have included TDO, the Kennedy Center, and the legendary Apollo Theater. Holiday has toured with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic and has performed with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, and the Nashville Symphony.