David in “L’amico Fritz”
Baltimore Concert Opera
Let’s talk about David, the local rabbi, who is sung by baritone Eric McKeever. McKeever is just magnificent in this role, adapting himself to the comedic challenges while bursting with the energy of a man with a plan. His is a stand-out performance among performers who are all top-notch.
DC Metro Theatre Arts / November 2018
Germont in “La Traviata”
Pacific Opera Project
When Eric McKeever joined his colleagues in Act II, patrons moved to the front of their seats. His strong, steel-girded voice was most impressive but never acidic. His patronizing behavior toward Violetta moderated as soon as he realized that she was a woman of more substance than he expected. I'm sure we will hear a great deal more from McKeever.
Broadway World / October 2018
Sharpless in "Madama Butterfly"
Also, impressive… baritone Eric McKeever, commanding as the consul Sharpless.
The Columbus Dispatch / October 2018
The Speaker in “The Magic Flute”
Baritone Eric McKeever gave a strong supporting performance.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel / May 2018
Malatesta in “Don Pasquale”
The scheming Doctor Malatesta is played with barely-suppressed laughter by baritone Eric McKeever, whose portrayal is quick and witty, oozing charm in every scene. Both men's deep, strong voices are a joy to listen to.
Anchorage Press / November 2017
Baritone roles in “Flash Operas”
Experiments in Opera
McKeever was a stately and refined Mandela with a rich warmth and lyricism in his voice.
Icareifyoulisten.com / June 2017
Sander in “Zémire et Azor”
Skylight Music Theatre
Eric McKeever’s Sander possesses a rich, warm baritone that makes us feel his woe.
GMToday.com / March 2017
Frank in “Die Fledermaus”
Florentine Opera Company
Eric McKeever delivered an excellent, fully drawn Frank, one of the evening’s best overall performances.
Opera News / July 2016
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