In May 2017, Cho ChanHee performed as a soloist at the 22nd International Musical Olympus Festival in St. Petersburg with a repertoire consisting of Rossini, Verdi and Ponchielli. The bass singer was born in Seoul and has been taking singing lessons since he was 16. From 2012 to 2016, he studied at the Hanyang University College of Music in Seoul and upon graduating, received a special prize in recognition of his artistic activities in South Korea and abroad. Even before completing his studies, he debuted at the Seongnam Arts Center opera house in the title role of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro. Cho ChanHee has successfully participated in numerous national and international competitions. He won first prize at the 2016 Gian Battista Viotti International Music Competition in Italy and at the 2015 Seoul Philharmonic Vocal Competition. In 2014, the young bass singer came second in the Korean Voice Competition.
Figaro, Le nozze di Figaro (W. A. Mozart)
2012 - 2016, Hanyang University College of Music, South Korea
2016, First Prize, 67. Gian Battista Viotti International Music Competition, Italy
2015, First Prize, Seoul Philharmonic Vocal Competition, South Korea
2014, Second Prize, Korean Voice Competition, South Korea
Cho ChanHee from South Korea sings "Sorge infausta" from Orlando by Händel in the semifinal concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.
Cho ChanHee from South Korea sings “Come dal ciel precipita” from Macbeth by Verdi in the final concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.
Cho ChanHee from South Korea sings "La calunnia" from Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini in the final concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.