Location: Kansas, USA
Kerry J. Kuplic, baritone, holds the Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance (cum laude) degree from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay and received his Master of Music degree from the Peck School of the Arts where he studied with Kurt Ollmann.
As a member of L’Opéra-Studio de Genève, he gave his European debut as Marullo (Rigoletto) and the title rôle in Franz Curti’s Reinhardt von Ufenau at the 2011 Europa Musa festival in France with subsequent performances in Geneva.
His concert repertoire includes the sacred music of Mozart, Bach, Händel, and Vaughan Williams, and rôles in the operas of JM Curti, Rousseau, F Curti, Mozart, Purcell, Verdi, Weill, Menotti, and Monteverdi. Kerry was a Choral Scholar at All Saints’ Cathedral (Milwaukee, USA) and has performed with the Florentine Opera and the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus. Kerry sings on the Florentine Opera's Grammy Award-winning recording of Elmer Gantry.
Kerry recently performed at the Estivales de Brou in Bourg-en-Bresse and the Festival Musique au Paradis in Arinthod. In late July he undertook the rôle of Germont at OperaCoast (UK). In November he performed in the premiere of Jean-Marie Curti’s Tic Tac Rousseau in Geneva and most recently in concert at the Birley Centre in Eastbourne, England.
In August of 2013, he was named Assistant Professor of Vocal Music at Dodge City Community College in Kansas.