Casey Kunmann

A versatile artist, Casey Willassen Kunmann, soprano, is equally at home singing operatic,
oratorio, chamber music, art song, and musical theatre repertoire ranging from
renaissance to contemporary music.
In the 2022-2023 season, Ms. Kunmann will return to the Master Chorale of South Florida
as a soloist featured on J.S. Bach’s motets “Lobet den Herrn” and “Jesu meine Freude.” Ms.
Kunmann will also return to Masterworks Chorus of the Palm Beaches as the soprano
soloist in Handel’s Messiah. Past solo engagements include the Taylor Festival Choir,
Marsh Chapel Choir, and the Symphonic Band of the Palm Beaches. Her operatic
experience includes roles in Dido and Aeneas (Belinda,) and scenes from Le Nozze di
Figaro (Susanna,) L’incoronazione di Poppea (Virtu,) Carmen (Frasquita,) and Hansel and
Gretel (Gretel.) In the 2021 season, she made her company debut with Palm Beach Opera,
covering Erster Knabe in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte. An ardent ensemble singer, Ms.
Kunmann recently joined GRAMMY nominated Seraphic Fire in the Seraphic Fire Youth
Initiative quartet, and is on the official roster of the Boston Baroque chorus. Ms. Kunmann
is thrilled to join Cincinnati’s VAE this season.
No stranger to contemporary music, Ms. Kunmann was a featured soloist in Robert Kyr’s
Resurrection which premiered at Boston University’s Marsh Chapel, as well as Justin
Trieger’s “Song of Soil,” which premiered at Brigid Baker’s Wholeproject, “Numinous
Ms. Kunmann holds a B.A. in voice from Palm Beach Atlantic University and a M.M. in
Vocal Pedagogy from Boston Conservatory at Berklee.