30 y.o. – Tenor
Euiyoung Oh is a promising tenor from South Korea who has been emerging on stage with exciting range of repertoire. He appeared as principal artist in Oratorio production by Yonsei University, where he sang Magnificat (BWV 243) as soloist. He also performed tenor solo of Johannes Passion (BWV 245) in a few different productions. Euiyoung Oh performed regularly at the Luce Chapel of Yonsei, where he was soloist of Die Sieben Worte Jesu am Kreuz by C. Frank. He performed Tamino in die Zauberflöte, Ferrando in Cosi fan tutte, Rodolfo in La Boheme, Silango in Le Cinesi, Hagenbach in La Wally and Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni. Euiyoung took part in several of master classes including with the music director Edith Wiens and James Taylor from Yale University. He graduated with full scholarship and got his Bachelor degree in Yonsei University and he is currently studying his Master degree in Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg with Professor Brigitte Geller.
C. Gounod: Roméo et Juliette “Ah! lêve-toi soleil” (Romeo act II)
V. Bellini: I Puritani “A te, o cara” (Arturo act I)