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Won Cho

Solo-Künstler , Bassbariton

Celebrated Korean-Canadian bass-baritone Won Cho is known for the unique range and beauty of his voice as well as his outstanding acting ability. Thanks to his energetic voice and stage presence, Won Cho is in demand in both concert and operatic repertoire, appearing with many of the opera houses and orchestras of the U.S., Canada, Europe, Mid East, and his native Korea. His voice is described as “possesses the voice and presence to make himself instantly known on stage.”

Recent engagements include Die Zauberflöte with the Xalapa Symphony Orchestra in Mexico, Die Entführung aus dem Serail with Mercury Opera, Amahl & the Night Visitors and Bach’s b minor Mass with The Western New York Chamber Orchestra, Don Giovanni at Southern Illinois Music Festival, Messiah in Toronto and Buffalo. His upcoming engagements include Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis and Messiah with Tampa Oratorio Society, Messiah with Sarasota Chorale Society, Saint Saens’ Christmas Oratorio with Hyde Park Methodist church, and Missa Solemnis and Lord Nelson Mass at The Classical Music Festival in Eisenstadt, Austria. He currently is on the roster of Thea Dispeker Artist Management in New York City.

Won Cho is Assistant Professor of Voice & Coordinator of Opera Program at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. He received his degrees from Manhattan School of Music, Boston University, and University of Memphis and has served at University of Northern Iowa (Assistant Professor of Voice), State University of New York in Fredonia (Assistant Professor of Voice / Coordinator of Opera Program).

Won Cho