Vocalist - Bass
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The young American bass Kevin Burdette has already impressed audiences on both sides of the Atlantic with his mellifluous voice and strongly dramatic characterizations. The San Francisco Chronicle called his Leporello in Don Giovanni “a tour de force of vocal splendor and comic timing,” and the New York Times dubbed him “the Robin Williams of opera.” He was featured as Stefano in Adès’ The Tempest with the Metropolitan Opera, the DVD of which, on Deutsche Grammophon, was awarded the 2014 Grammy Award for “Best Opera Recording” and a French Diapason d’Or.

 

Posted: Apr-20-2015
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Bass Kevin Burdette is featured on a broadcast of NPR's All Things Considered from May 2014.

Posted: Jun-12-2014
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"I’ve praised Kevin Burdette highly before, and my faith in his talents and ability to win an audience has not wavered one bit. As Dulcamara, snake oil salesman extraordinaire, Mr. Burdette was slimy and unsavory while still remaining somehow lovable."

— Huffington Post
Posted: May-5-2016
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Posted: Feb-18-2014