Steven Kimbrough's musical career has embraced
opera, concert, musical theater performances as well as producing and
acting in Sweet Singer, a one-person musical about the life and
times of Charles Wesley. Many of Kimbrough's performances have
been reviewed and you can read what some of the critics have to say by
clicking on one of the following links to pages about "What the
Critics Say." Just click on one of the images below or on "Read
more" to find out more of what the critics say of S T's performances.
Steven Kimbrough's Opera and Concert Performances. Steven
Kimbrough has been described as a "master of vocal art" (La
Stampa, Rome). He has performed on the operatic, concert and
musical stages of North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.
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Steven Kimbrough's Musical Theater Performances. Regarding one of
Kimbrough's musical theater performances the music critic for The
New Yorker wrote,
remarkable singer with a cultivated, easily flowing baritone of fine
quality and a rare command of words and rhythms.
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Steven Kimbrough's Production of Sweet Singer. The author of a
review of Sweet Singer, published in News Day, commented
that At Carnegie Hall in New York City Steven Kimbrough, a gifted
artist of prodigious memory, fine vocal talent, and exceptional acting
ability, captivated his audience with his vocal renditions of Charles
Wesley through spoken word and song. Read