Won Cho, bass & Kyoung Cho, soprano
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Ciminelli Recital Hall
Rockwell Hall, SUNY Buffalo State
Thursday, November 2 at 7:30 pm
Korean-Canadian Bass Won Cho is in demand in both concert and operatic repertoire worldwide thanks to the unique range and beauty of his voice as well as his outstanding acting ability and strong stage presence, appearing with many of the opera houses and orchestras of the U.S., Canada, Europe, The Middle East, Asia, and his native Korea. Critics hailed Cho's performances as "Expertly played whose deep tones vibrate the seats", "One wished the score let him sing his overcoat aria twice", "Won Cho steal(s) the show", "Deep resonant mellifluous sound", "He sang with a grave, classic beauty", and "A particularly dark, melodic yet rafter-ringing bass that is worth the price of admission all by itself" just to name a few.
Internationally acclaimed Korean soprano Kyoung Cho has established a reputation in diverse regions of Asia, Europe, The Middle East, and North America. After winning several national & international competitions and awards, Lyric soprano Kyoung Cho has performed numerous operas, oratorios, and concerts and some of the performances mentioned here led her to the stages of Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York City, Kennedy Center in Washington D. C. and other prestigious stages and universities in the US and 16 countries around the globe. The Buffalo News hailed Kyoung Cho's performance of Mozart's c minor Mass with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus & Orchestra as "Sublimely beautiful, transcendent, serene, dazzling, and heavenly".