Hein Jung, piano and voice

Fri, Sep 8 @ 8 pm CANCELLED

RECITAL HALL

Hein Jung, piano and voice

Fri, Sep 8 @ 8 pm CANCELLED

RECITAL HALL


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"Superior vocal value..."

The Boston Globe
 

This performance has been cancelled. All ticket buyers should contact the box office at (540) 568-7000 for details.

Lauded by The Boston Globe for her “superior vocal value," soprano Hein Jung has performed throughout the United States as well as internationally in South Korea, Canada and Spain. She specializes in opera, oratorio and recital.Venues include Opera Tampa, Tanglewood Music Festival, San Francisco Opera Merola Program, Milwaukee Symphony, Madison Opera, St. Petersburg Opera, Bel Canto Chorus, Tampa Oratorios Singers.

Equally beloved on the concert stage, Jung has performed recitals on such prominent series as Artist Series of Sarasota, University of Wisconsin Madison, University of Florida, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Se-Jong Art Hall, and American Liszt Society Annual Festival. In 2015-2016, Jung made her debut with The Florida Orchestra in both the Master Work Series and Coffee Concert Series.

Recognized as a versatile performer, Jung has delighted audiences in such varied repertoire as Zerbinetta (Ariadne auf Naxos), Die Königin der Nacht (Die Zauberflöte), Blanche (Dialogue des Carmelites), Romilda (Serse), Lucia (Rape of Lucretia), Sophie (Der Rosenkavalier) and Amina (La Sonnambula). On the concert stage, she has been heard as a soloist in Messiah (Handel), The C Minor Mass (Mozart), Lord Nelson Mass (Haydn), Gloria (Poulenc), Cantata BWV. 51 and 21 (Bach), Bachianas Brazileiras No. 5 (Villa-Lobos), Chants d’Auvergne (Canteloube) and Ch’io mi scordi di te, K.505 (Mozart).

Jung has won top prizes throughout her career. These include the Metropolitan Opera National Council Upper Midwest Region Audition (1st place in Wisconsin District and 2nd place in Upper Midwest Region), Irma Cooper International Competition (2nd place), Schubert Competition (2nd place), and Chicago Bel Canto Competition (2nd place). http://www.heinjung.com

 


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