Keith Pun studied at the Royal College of Music with Lawrence Zazzo, before furthering his training at the Opera Works at English National Opera. Keith is extremely grateful to have been supported by the Hong Kong Talent Development Scheme, Peter Curzon Oram Charitable Trust and scholarships by the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
He is a prize winner of the 2018 David Clover Singing Competition Festival for recital class. Endorsed by Arts Council England, he studies with Andrew Watts in London.
Operatic roles include title role L’ORFEO for Rotterdam Opera Festival, Oberon (cover) and fairy A FAIRY QUEEN for Iford Arts Festival, Spirit DIDO AND AENEAS, Pastore TOSCA and Liu the slave boy REIMAGINED TURANDOT. He also performed Medoro ORLANDO, Orfeo ORFEO ED EURIDICE, Oberon A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM and Refugee FLIGHT in opera scenes.
He created the role of The Mathematician ON FALSE PERSPECTIVE for a RCM collaboration with Tête à Tête. In concert, Keith has appeared at National Gallery and St John Smith Square in the UK, Hong Kong and Japan.
His repertoire includes Bach ST JOHN PASSION and cantatas, Bernstein CHICHESTER PSALMS, Handel MESSIAH and ISRAEL IN EGYPT, Pergolesi STABAT MATER, Haydn MISSA SANCTI NICOLAI with London Chorus, Die Konzertisten, Hong Kong SingFest, under Jonathan Cohen, John Butt and Ronald Corp among others.
Engagements in the 2018/19 season include Bach HERCULES CANTATA for Hong Kong SingFest, Handel JEPHTHA for Grantham Choral Society, Rossini PETITE MESSE SOLENNELLE for Hong Kong Voices, Elena Langer BEAUTY AND SADNESS and Du Yun ANGEL’S BONE for Hong Kong New Vision.