Hannah Cho (she/her) is a well-praised soprano with an innate passion especially for new music and art songs. Ms. Cho has performed in some of the world’s most prestigious opera houses and halls, including the Beijing Grand Theater in Beijing, the Seoul Arts Center Opera House in Seoul, Harbin Grand Theater in Harbin, Carnegie Hall in New York, MuTH hall in Vienna, Lotte Concert Hall in Seoul, Goyang Aramnuri Theater in Goyang, Daejeon Art Center in Daejeon. Her repertoire is diverse, including works by Handel, Mozart, Massenet, Schubert, Wolf, Reimann and Puccini. She is particularly noted for her interpretations of New music, such as Reimann’s and Huang Ruo’s musics.
Ms. Cho’s performances have been praised for their emotional depth, technical precision, and sheer beauty. Her artistry has been recognized with numerous accolades, including 1st Prizes at the Beijing International Opera Competition, Korea National Opera Competition, Daejeon Opera Competition, German Lieder Association Competition, and grand recipient at Gerda Lissener Competition. Gold smith Foundation Award and Michael Sisca Opera Award.
She has appeared in many world premier operas such as Little Madame Shoes in Red Shoes, Nanako in Dongju Yun, and participated as Dierdre in the workshop The Righteous, and also has performed as Nedda in Pagliacci, Pamina in Die Zauberfloete, Calisto in Calisto, Zerlina in Don Giovanni and covered as Violetta in La Traviata at Santa Fe Opera, Korea National Opera, Daejeon Opera, and Mannes Opera.
She has performed as a Soloist for Handel’s Messiah, Andre’s Magnificat and Thomas’s Please for the peace.