Key’mon is the first-prize winner in the 2023 Giulio Gari Foundation Vocal Competition.
Fast-rising American countertenor, Key’mon Murrah, herald for his wide range and “hot coal core o tone” by Schmopera.com, is performing across the world on top opera, oratorio, and concert stages.
Mr. Murrah has performed at the University of Kentucky Opera Theatre and the Bluegrass Opera. He has sung the role of Tolomeo from Handel’s Giulio Cesare with the Red River Lyric Opera and Asprano in Vivaldi’s Montezuma with the America Baroque Opera Co. he was selected in the Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute in a Masterclass with Joyce DiDonato in 2019, and he continued his studies at the International Vocal Arts Institute. In 2020, he toured with the American Spiritual Ensemble and was a young artist at the Glimmerglass Opera Festival. In 2021, Mr. Murrah was a featured artist at the Florida Grand Opera for their 2020- 2021 season and sang Bertarido from Handel’s Rodelinda as a Fleming Artist at Aspen Music Festival.