Falstaff by G. Verdi
È SOGNO, O REALTÀ?
Le nozze di Figaro by W.A.Mozart
HAI GIÀ VINTA LA CAUSA
Tannhäuser by R. Wagner
O DU MEIN HOLDER ABENDSTERN
Kyu Choi is a South Korean Baritone, who graduated from the Korea National University of Arts before taking up a place at the Royal Academy of Music where he studied for his Master’s degree which supported by the San Martino Scholarship in 2016. He is currently studying under Mark Wildman and Ingrid Surgenor for his Advanced Diploma which supported by Independent Opera, the Charles Mackerras Opera Scholarship, Stokes Bursary, Henry Wood Award and Josephine Baker Trust.
He has made numerous solo appearances, notably at the Wigmore Hall, and the Seoul Art Center Recital Hall. He took up several principal roles including the title role in Don Giovanni with the RAO under Gareth Hancock.
As a recent winner of the first prize at the N. Obukhova International Singing Competition in Russia (2018), the first prize at the Pavarotti Prize (2019), the First Prize at the Joaninha award (2019), the second prize at the Clonter Opera Prize (2019), the opera prize at the Mozart Singing Competition (2017), he was a finalist of Wilhelm Stenhammer International Music Competition in Sweden (2018).
Choi’s seductive baritone and attractive stage presence are cultivated and confident
Reviewed by Peter Reed
Kyu Choi überzeugte mit seinem raumfüllenden Bariton und seiner gelungenen Darstellung des Dr. Falke
Kyu Choi was convincing with his room-filling baritone and successful performance as Dr. Falke
Opera Gala Concert
Herausragend gerät der Auftritt des koreanischen Baritons Kyu Choi, der stimmgewaltig und expressiv eine Arie aus Verdis „Falstaff“ vorträgt
There was an outstanding performance by the Korean baritone Kyu Choi, who performed an aria from Verdi’s “Falstaff” powerfully and expressively. His stage presence was every bit as impressive as his clear articulation
London, United Kingdom