Please contact the teacher directly for more information.Name - Kenneth Baker
Location - Toronto, ON, M4S1N7
Intersection - Yonge - Davisville / Eglinton
Phone - 647-882-4916
Email - email@example.com
Instrument - Singing, Voice
Level - beginner, intermediate,
Place - teacher's studio
Schedule - Daytime Weekdays, Saturday Mornings; Occasional evenings are available
Price - Please contact for specifics.
Payment Plan - Weekly, or by blocks of lessons
Genres - Classical, Music Theatre, Opera
Bio - Bass Kenneth Baker has performed across Canada from Victoria, B.C. to St. John's, Newfoundland. Having received his musical education at Wilfrid Laurier University and Toronto Opera School, he has performed as soloist with the Canadian Opera Company (COC), Stratford Festival, K-W Symphony, Tafelmusik, Opera Piccola, Opera in Concert, Tapestry Singers, Toronto G & S Society, and Toronto Boys' Choir. Versatile in Opera, G & S and Music Theatre, Mr. Baker has performed more than 50 stage roles, as well as performing in numerous concerts and recitals. Now in his 32nd season as a chorister with the COC, he has performed numerous comprimario roles on the mainstage, and performed the roles of Brentano and Rumpelstiltskin in The Brothers Grimm by Dean Burry for four COC Ensemble tours as well as the cast recording. He also sang the role of "The Banker" in the World Première of Nosferatu by Randolph Peters with the COC, as well as the North American Premières of Passio by Arvo Pärt with St. John's in Elora, and Ikon of Light by John Tavener with the Elmer Iseler Singers. Other engagements include Don Alfonso in Lucrezia Borgia, Il Prefetto in Linda di Chamounix (both with Opera in Concert), and the role of the Jailer in Tosca with Opera Mississauga. In Royal Opera’s inaugural season he performed the roles of the Baal High Priest in Nabucco, and the Speaker in Die Zauberflöte, and performed the role of Sarastro in The Magic Flute with Opera York. Kenneth has been teaching students privately since 1978, and welcomes students of all ages.