Hailed as a "triumphant tenor" by Broadway World, Marques Hollie’s operatic repertoire spans a diverse range of comedic and dramatic roles including: Don Jose, Cavaradossi, Pinkerton, Beppe, and Donald Hopewell (Gallantry). Highlights of Marques' concert repertoire include: Handel's Messiah, the Requiem masses of Mozart and Verdi, and Haydn's Missa Salve Regina. A passionate performer of contemporary music, Marques made his debut with the Center for Contemporary Opera in their 2015 production of The Sorrows of Frederick and recently participated in the Sparks and Wiry Cries SongSlam, where he presented We are the Music Makers from Kevin Joest’s Somnium-Recursum. Outside of opera and art song, Marques has a vested interest in Jewish intersectionality and is a member of the inaugural cohort of the Union for Reform Judaism’s JewV’Nation Fellowship. His fellowship project, a one-man show called Go Down Moshe, explores the themes of Passover through Negro spirituals and slave narratives.