The English baritone, Dominic Kraemer, trained at the Dutch National Opera Academy, The Royal Academy of Music and St John's College, Cambridge. He currently studies with Olivier Lalouette and Rosemary Joshua.
As a treble Dominic Kraemer had a wide-ranging career. His operatic roles included: Shepherd Boy in Tosca (Royal Albert Hall); Miles in the Siberian premiere of B. Britten's Turn of the Screw; Third Boy in W.A. Mozart's The Magic Flute (English National Opera); and Charlie Bucket in the World Premiere of The Golden Ticket by Peter Ash. He also reached an estimated audience of 20 million worldwide when singing 'O for the Wings of a Dove' for the Queen Mother at her 100th Birthday Pageant at Horse Guards Parade
Dominic Kraemer is based between London and Amsterdam Recent operatic roles include Figaro in W.A. Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Dutch National Opera Academy), Falke in Die Fledermaus (Bredeweg Festival) and Poeta in Prima la music e poi la parole (Warmond). After leaving the Royal Academy, he joined Young Artist Programmes at both Opera Holland Park (Yamadori in Madama Butterfly) and at Mid Wales Opera (Sid in Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring). In London he has sung in productions with Silent Opera, GO OPERA, and with the International Rameau Ensemble. He was also part of a consort of soloists in L'Orfeo at the Bayersiche Staatsoper Opernfestspiele in the 2014 and 2015 Festivals.
Recent concert highlights include a joint recital at the Harrogate International Festival; J.S. Bach's Magnificat (BWV 243) and Cantata BWV 157 with Collegium Musicum Bergen, Serenade to Music at the Barbican; Chief Bandit in Don Quichotte at the Queen Elizabeth Hall; Baritone soloist at the London Handel Festival, and solos in Bach Cantata evensongs at St Johns College, Cambridge with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Dominic Kraemer is also the co-Creative Producer and founder of East London's site-responsive opera company, GO OPERA.