Louise Kemény recently graduated with distinction from the Opera School at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and was awarded the Ian Smith of Stornoway Award. She is generously supported by the Worshipful Company of Musicians, and the South Square and RCS trusts, and is an Independent Opera Scholar.

“As nubile Poppea, Louise Kemeny deftly juggles the attentions of Nerone and Andrew Slater’s lust-befuddled Claudio, saving her sweetest singing for the gorgeous Act 3 duet with Rupert Enticknap’s smitten Ottone.”
The Spectator, Anna Picard (August 2015)


“Note too the eager skill of Louise Kemény…adept at injecting light into a pretty dark world.”
The Times, Geoff Brown (April 2015)


“Teofane, exquisitely sung by the
outstanding young soprano Louise Kemény.”
The Times, Hilary Finch (October 2014)


“Louise Kemény, golden of both voice and glittering costume”
What’s On Stage, Mark Valencia (October 2014)


“Stand-out star: Louise Kemény as Teofane – divine voice, utter control, good dramatic presence.”
The Arts Desk, Josh Spero (October 2014)


Forthcoming performances / News

June 2015


16 October 2014
Louise is interviewed and performs excerpts of Handel’s Ottone on BBC Radio 3 In Tune.


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