“A suave, fine-grained baritone” (Boston Globe), Hong Kong-born, Toronto-based singer Keith Lam (he/him) recently made his European debut with Soundstream’s staged production of Claude Vivier’s Musik für das Ende. He also appeared in the film adaption of the a cappella opera Sweat, reviving the role of the Boss, which had its premiere this year at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival.
He has performed with companies such as the Canadian Opera Company, Tafelmusik, Tapestry Opera, Against the Grain Theatre, Opera Five, Bicycle Opera Project, Toronto Operetta Theatre, and Jeunesse Musicales.
Keith was the audience prizewinner at the Classical Music Consort Handel Competition, finalist at the 2013 Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra Competition, and placed third in the 2014 NYCO Mozart Vocal Competition. He is an alumnus of the Aspen Opera Theater, Banff Centre’s Opera as Theatre program, Opera NUOVA, Highlands Opera Studio, and the Tafelmusik Baroque Institute.
Keith is wearing a blue docker hat, circular glasses and a green sweater