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Keith Klein

Bass-Baritone

"...stellar singing, and it's abundantly clear why the moment we hear his stunning, classically trained voice." -Kerry Clawson, Akron Beacon Journal

"A quick shout-out to Keith Klein, who’s sturdy, true bass...stood out, even in its very brief moment in the sun." -Susan Elliott, Musical America

"Mr. Klein’s pleasing bass-baritone...spews out a potent and rangy denunciation that shows a voice of considerable size." -James Sohre, Opera Today

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About Keith Klein

Keith Klein, a Bass-baritone from Kansas City, Missouri, launched his singing career by winning the 2014 KC Superstar competition and appearing on Season 10 of America's Got Talent. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music (2018) and Florida State University (2020), Keith has since performed as a Studio Artist with the Lyric Opera of Kansas City, an Artist in Residence with Opera Colorado, and a Studio Artist with Florida Grand Opera.

 

Critics have praised Keith’s voice as a “pleasing bass baritone...spews out a potent and rangy denunciation that shows a voice of considerable size” (James Sohre, Opera Today) and described his performances as featuring "...stellar singing, and it's abundantly clear why the moment we hear his stunning, classically trained voice" (Kerry Clawson, Akron Beacon Journal). David Fleshler of the South Florida Classical Review noted, “He brought a dramatic verve to the vocal line, in which a single voice stands out heroically against the orchestra.”

 

Keith is a District Winner and Rocky Mountain Regional Finalist in the Metropolitan Opera’s Laffont Competition and has received the Barbara and Stanley Richman Memorial Award from Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. His recent roles include Dr. Podsnap in Tobias Picker’s "Awakenings," Elder McLean in Carlisle Floyd’s "Susannah" with Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, and Colline in "La bohème" with Florida Grand Opera. In the 2024 season, Keith will debut as Dr. Grenville in "La Traviata" and the Notary in "Der Rosenkavalier" as an Apprentice Artist with Santa Fe Opera. Starting September 2024, he will join the International Opera Studio at Hamburg State Opera, performing roles including Dr. Grenville in "La Traviata" and Antonio in "Le Nozze di Figaro."

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