Talking with singers: Quinn Kelsey

Talking with singers: Quinn Kelsey

Photo by Ken Howard

Baritone Quinn Kelsey was born in Hawai'i, sings roles like Rigoletto and Germont all over the world, and lately he's been riding a donkey. He's getting ready to sing the role of Sancho, alongside the incomparable Italian bass, Ferruccio Furlanetto, in the Canadian Opera Company's upcoming production of Don Quichotte. Massenet's Sancho is a role debut for Quinn, and he took time before rehearsal to talk about working with stars, riding donkeys, and car analogies.

Catch Quinn onstage in Don Quichotte beginning May 9th at the Four Seasons Centre. For more details and tickets, visit www.coc.ca or click here.

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Jenna Douglas

Jenna Douglas

Jenna has worked for the last ten years as an operatic vocal coach and répétiteur, and the editor of Schmopera.com since 2013. Jenna's work in opera lets her write openly about the industry, and introduce its artists to the interested public.

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