Felix Kemp


Felix Kemp

Giove: La Calisto / Longborough Festival Opera

“The cast was a knockout too…strutting, swaggering and seducing their way across the stage in spangly suits - every smirk oozing slick, amoral entitlement - Felix Kemp as Giove, and Neil Balfour as his beatboxing (and how!) wingman Mercurio, just kept boogying away with the whole show. Boy, it looked fun to be them. No pat morality here: just human nature stripped bare – titillating, shocking and appallingly enjoyable.”

Birmingham Post


“…an appealing timbre, well produced and assured. He’s clearly a find.”

Classical Music Daily


“The singers are musically glamorous, capturing an impressive range of character and drama. Felix Kemp offers a certain lurid charm.”

Classical Source


“Felix Kemp reveals an excellent baritone as Giove.”

Music OMH


“…there are spirited performances from (i.a.) Felix Kemp as the preening Giove.”


The Times


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 Opera

“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’s lyric baritone made an excellent impression in the Herald’s smiling, bureaucratic urbanities.”



“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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