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Montserrat Caballe


Camerata Köln


Camerata Salzburg


Camesina Quartett


Capella Augustina


Capella Leopoldina


Cappella Gabetta


Cappella Istropolitana


Renaud Capucon


Jenni Carbough


Aaron Carpene


casalQuartett


Miguelangelo Cavalcanti


Max Emanuel Cencic


Tilly Cernitori


Chamber Ensemble of Classical Opera


Corinne Chapelle


Corinne Chapelle


Isabel Charisius


Won Cho


Kyoung Cho


Choir of the Enlightenment


Chor der Bergkirche


Chor des BG, BRG und BORG Eisenstadt Kurzwiese (Einstudierung Karin Starkl)


Chor des russischen Patriarchats


Kyoung Cho

Solo-Künstler , Sopran

Korean-Canadian lyric soprano, Kyoung Cho, has performed numerous operas and oratorios with companies such as Komische Kammer Oper Munich, Slovak State Opera, Washington Concert Opera, Utah Festival Opera, and New Jersey Verismo Opera. Ms. Cho’s operatic leading roles include La Traviata, La Bohème, Turandot, Hansel and Gretel, Magic Flute, Cosi fan tutte, The Tales of Hoffmann, and Madama Butterfly.

Her oratorio repertoires include Requiems of Brahms, Mozart, & Fauré, Mozart’s C Minor Mass, Bach’s Magnificat, Handel’s Messiah, and Haydn’s The Creation. These performances led her to the stages of Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center and others throughout Canada, Europe, The Mid-East, and her native Korea. Kyoung Cho’s performance of Mozart’s C Minor Mass with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and chorus was hailed by the Buffalo News as “sublimely beautiful, transcendent, serene, dazzling, and heavenly”. Other recent engagements include Gala Concerts at Carnegie Hall; recital in Princeton, NJ; soloist in Brahms Requiem with Western New York Chamber Orchestra; Don Giovanni at Southern Illinois Music Festival; and soloist with The Erie Chamber Orchestra, and John Rutter’s Requiem with Florida Gulf Coast Youth Choir.

Ms. Cho is assistant professor of voice at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. She began her vocal training at Yon-Sei University in Seoul, Korea. She received her Master’s degree in Voice from The Manhattan School of Music and continued her opera study at Yale University School of Music and is currently a Doctorate candidate at The University of Memphis. She has been a voice faculty at State University of New York in Fredonia and a voice/opera faculty at Luther College in Iowa.

Kyoung Cho