Baritone Eric McKeever has been praised for his voice of “power and brilliance” (Chicago Tribune) and “considerable flexibility and a communicative presence enhanced by expressive, crystalline diction.” (Opera News) His 2021-22 season includes performing the title role in Don Giovanni with Indianapolis Opera, covering the role of Monforte in New Amsterdam Opera’s I Vespri Siciliani, and making his debut with DC’s Urban Arias as Papa-Daddy in the world-premiere of Why I live at the P.O. Later in the season he will make his role debut as the Banditore (Tebaldo cover) in Zandonai’s rarely-heard Giulietta e Romeo as well as make his role debut as Leporello in Don Giovanni both with Teatro Grattacielo. He will also return to Opera Columbus as
Henry “Box” Brown in Vanqui and covers the title role in Gianni Schicchi with On-Site Opera.
Recent projects include Marcello in La Bohéme with Opera Columbus, a recital debut as part of Opera Delaware’s Sunday Spotlight Series, summer concerts with Baltimore Concert Opera, recording the role of Charlie in Kamala Sankaram’s Looking at You, recording several roles in Experiments in Opera’s podcast opera, Aqua Net and Funyuns, and performed Dandini in Opera on Tap’s digital film of La Cenerentola.