Tenor Keith Browning has been lauded for his “well-trained and versatile voice” (Opera-Világ) for his portrayal of Nathan in Georgia Bottoms: A Comic Opera of the Modern South where he made his international debut Budapest, Hungary. This season, he will be making his role debuts as Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni with Heartbeat Opera and Anthony in Sweeney Todd and Cinderella in Into the Woodswith The Modern Opera Company.
He has performed various contemporary operas including Sweets by Kate by Griffin Candey in which he was praised for his “natural comedic timing and hearty voice” (Opera Wire). He debuted with American Opera Projects and NYU's Graduate Music Theatre Writing Program in two half hour one-act operas in the Spring of 2017.
Recent appearances include the orchestral premiere of Evan Mack's Roscoe with the Albany Symphony Orchestra featuring Deborah Voigt and the World Premiere performance of Gregory Vajda's Georgia Bottoms: A Comic Opera of the Modern South with the Hunstville Symphony Orchestra in Huntsville, Alabama. He performed in works by Wang Ji, Randall Eng, and Michelle DiBucci for Opera America's New Works Showcase in January 2017 at the celebrated Town Hall Theatre in Times Square.
2015 appearances include the Young Artist Program at Opera Company of Middlebury where he participated in their production of Turandot. He has also appeared in various operas with Ash Lawn Opera, the Oratorio Society of Charlottesville, Seagle Music Colony, and Brevard Music Center including Il barbiere di Siviglia, Candide, La Boheme, and Albert Herring. Mr. Browning received his training at Stetson University in DeLand, FL and University of Maryland, College Park.