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Kenneithia Mitchell is an outstanding young American soprano has thrilled audiences across the globe with “the ravishing beauty of her [coloratura] voice, her idiomatic and supple phrasing,…and her unfailing musicality.” (Boston Globe). Ms. Mitchell has won acclaim across the country as well as in Paris, France, Denmark, The Island of Martinique, Maputo Africa, The Grad Canary Island, Spain, Bon, Germany, and Bulgaria, and has performed with such companies as Connecticut Opera, Virginia Opera, Seattle Opera, Atlantic Opera USA, Opera Burlington, Sophia National Opera, Teatro Lirico D’Europa, and the Municipal Opera Company of Baltimore, Baltimore Opera, West Bay Opera, the Maputo International Music Festival and Houston Ebony Opera.. The Topeka Capital Journal says that Ms. Mitchell’s performance of the show-stopping “Caro Nome” “seemed to actually stop time.”

In addition to operaMs. Mitchell is a diverse musician, also performing Oratorio, Gospel, Jazz, and the Negro Spiritual to her credit, performing with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Sophia Orchestra, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Western Jazz Quartet, Soulful Symphony, the LA Philharmonic, and others. She has collaborated with such conductors as Esa-Pekka Salonen, Paul Freeman,  Marin Alsop, Bobby McFerrin, Dan Heage, Sarah Jobin, and David Lockington, and has sung at over 200 churches in the Baltimore Washington, DC area.

Most recently, Ms. Mitchell has been touring the Baltimore Washington, DC area with a recital concert series entitled “The Ultimate Soprano Recital Series,” which she accompanies with seminars and workshops. She is currently working on an up-coming solo CD release. Other recordings include “All Rise” by Wynton Marsalis, “Great Day” by Moses Hogan with the Morgan State University Choir, and the Grammy Award winning 25th Anniversary Celebration.