Keel Watson, a prominent name in the opera world and highly recognized for contributing to the music world, has suddenly passed away. The untimely death of a renowned British artist sent shockwaves among his fans and around the music community.
Keel Watson’s early life.
Keel Watson had a passion for singing from his early life. He attended Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and studied singing and trombone there. He was recognized for his performances at many concerts where he lit up with his talent, including ‘Mahler’s Symphony No.8’, ‘A Child of Our Time,’ and ‘Verdi’s Requiem.’ Keel Watson not only confined his talent to singing but also took part in acting in movies that included ‘Second Armed Man’ and ‘Harasta’ (Geoff Dunbar’s cunning little vixen)
How did he die?
Keel Watson died on 8th November 2023. The exact cause of his death has not been known to the public at this time, but some report states that he died due to a medical emergency. However, the family has not responded to the cause of his death and is keeping the matter private at this time.
Keel Watson’s Net worth
Keel had made many significant contributions to the opera world. In 2000, he debuted as Bosun (Billy Budd) in the Royal Opera. Later, he sang Caterpillar for the famous Alice Adventure in Wonderland at the Royal Opera House with Opera Holland Park.
He also sang ‘King Sharyaati’ with a production between the ‘London Philharmonic Orchestra and Curve, Leicester, and the Royal Opera. Keel recently heard at the English National Opera two weeks ago where he sang ‘Private Willis in Iolanthe.’ Keel’s successful career journey estimated his net worth as 1.7$ billion.