Bringing Music to Life
This video was made in partnership with Music at Christ Church Cathedral.
Join Kaden Forsberg as he takes us through his moving transformation from a jaded artist into someone willing to be vulnerable in order to make art that is real and that is “worth hearing”.
Kaden shares the times he felt like quitting and the things that inspired him to keep going throughout his career from the comfort of his couch, creating the feeling of old friends chatting with an openness that aligns perfectly with his ending message of creating art that is true, and that can cut through all of the noise and hit people in a way that matters.
Actor and singer Kaden Forsberg believes personality is the source of art. Most at home on stage and in the rehearsal hall, Kaden’s work focuses on authenticity and tends toward a future-oriented optimism. His love of process and collaboration has led to a career that crosses genres and often positions him as both creator and performer. You are just as likely to see him on stage realizing works of opera and music theatre as performing original pieces with his ‘popera’ trio VOLARE TENORS. Kaden’s guiding principle as an artist is stated best by Oscar Wilde: “It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.”
Canadian tenor Kaden Forsberg is thrilled to be returning to Victoria for the Music Alive Quartet! He recently performed the title role of La Clemenza di Tito (McGill) and Ein Tanzmeister in Ariadne auf Naxos (Highlands Opera Studio).
Music Alive Recitals
Join tenor Kaden Forsberg and baritone Micah Schroeder as they pull back the curtain for the Royal BC Museum to show you ‘A Day in the Life of a Professional Opera Singer’, sharing the high notes, the low notes, and everything in between!