Felix Kemp


Felix Kemp

Masetto: Don Giovanni / British Youth Opera

“Felix Kemp was a strong and characterful Masetto…”

Classical Source


“Felix Kemp, Masetto…stood out.”

The Observer


“Felix Kemp, an unusually classy Masetto, phrased with elegance.”

The Stage


The Herald: The Travelling Companion / New Sussex Opers

“Felix Kemp as The Herald exhibited a youthfully flexible baritone.”



“Felix Kemp brings a ceremonial authority to the role of the Herald.”

Classical Source


“Felix Kemp was appropriately stentorian and clear as the Herald.”

Opera Today


“Felix Kemp made a noble Herald.”

Planet Hugill


Eugene Onegin / OperaUpClose

“Onegin is well sung by Felix Kemp…Kemp’s appealing baritone.”

The Guardian


“Felix Kemp’s Onegin was suitably self-controlled, so that his later disintegration came as a shock. His cynical arousal of Tatyana was elegantly sung…”



"Surrounded by a cast of superb, rich vocalists (Felix Kemp as Onegin and Anthony Flaum as Lensky create a fantastic duo, playing off each other physically as well as with completely complementary vocals) the story of Tanya growing to independence is well rendered."

The Reviews Hub


“Felix Kemp, a pleasing young baritone…”

The Stage


“There’s no faulting the intensity of the performances, particularly from Felix Kemp as a suave Onegin.”

The Times


“Felix Kemp's light baritone allowed him the freedom to express floods of natural emotion during Onegin's descent from disdain to desperation."



Marchese d’Obigny: La traviata / Opera Holland Park Young Artists

“There were clearly-defined, strongly-voiced cameos from (ia) Felix Kemp (d’Obigny)…”



Melot: Tristan und Isolde / Grange Park Opera

“Felix Kemp did as much as he could with what Wagner gives him as Melot.”

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