Actor and singer Kaden Forsberg believes PERSONALITY is the source of art. At home on stage and in the rehearsal hall, Kaden’s work focuses on AUTHENTICITY and a FUTURE-ORIENTED optimism. His love of process and collaboration has led to a career that crosses genres and positions him as both creator and performer. You are just as likely to see him as an actor in MUSIC THEATRE, FILM, and OPERA as performing original pieces with his classical-crossover 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


       Recently, Kaden's career has been full of debuts. This includes his Citadel Theatre debut as Reuben in Almost a Full Moon. the finals of the Lotte Lenya Competition, a Canada’s Got Talent appearance with VOLARE TENORS, and a return to country music roots with Chemainus Theatre Festival's Classic Country Roads.
      Some personal career highlights are participating in the Centaur Theatre’s queer reading series (Jesse in
A Song of Fiction); working with Peter Hinton in Marie Clements' Missing as Devon; and entering into the world of film through teh roles of March Hare and Card #2 in Raum's The Garden of Alice, as well as a speaking part in an upcoming commercial for the Strathcona County census (Iconium Media).
      Kaden's professional performance career began as in opera and classical music. International highlights include Rinuccio in
Gianni Schicchi (Amalfi Coast Music Festival), and Medoro in Orlando Paldino (Mozarteum), and a fellowship at the Aspen Music Festival. Some personal favourites on the national level would be the Evangelist in Weihnachts-Oratorium (Okanagan Festival Singers); Charlie in Mary's Wedding (POV), Snout in A Midsummer Night's Dream (POV), and many many performances as the tenor soloist in Handel's Messiah.


*VOLARE TENORS: Adam, Kaden, and Taylor