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​​Kevin Doherty, as Professor Bhaer, received audience acclaim for the aria “Do you know the land where the lemon trees bloom?”


Ted McIrvine
Classical Voice North Carolina

The Kyrie and Gloria were resonant with a full sound. In the Gloria, Kevin Doherty's solo passage "Qui tollis" was particularly effective, beginning with the accompanying solo cello of Ron Lambe and ending with a most expressive "Miserere nobis."


Ted McIrvine
Classical Voice North Carolina

A wonderful actor as well, his Dulcamara in UT Opera Theatre’s fall production of L’Elisir D’Amore was a sure indicator of a strong future for him on the opera stage.


This well-cast duo (with Pittsburgh Opera’s Katy Williams) made a delightful pair and was strong, both vocally and dramatically, in the concert staging.


Doherty delivered a brilliant “Non più andrai,” Figaro’s humorous military-like send-off for the character of Cherubino.


​Without fail, Doherty thrilled the audience with “Largo al factotum,” the opera’s introduction of Figaro, the jack-of-all-trades.

Alan Sherrod




Kevin Richard Doherty deftly sang the role of the strutting Baron Douphol.


Laura McDowell

Classical Voice North Carolina



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