Baritone Robert-Heepyoung, Oh's recent appearances include Tonio in I Pagliacci, Count di Luna in Il Trovatore, Speaker in Magic Flute, Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor, Registrar in Madama Butterfly with Tri-Cities Opera. He has sung Elijah in Elijah, King Balthazar in Amahl and the Night Visitors for the Binghamton University and Bass soloist, Faure Requiem in Midsummer Dream Music Festival, Quebec in Canada. He was a Kwang-Ju International Voice Competition; winner, Korea Voice
"Robert-Heepyoung, Oh with a strong baritone voice that reaches deep into the basement, shines in the role of the brother"
Broome County Arts Council
Competition; 2nd Prize winner, Bimok Voice Competition; 2nd Prize winner in Korea.
In the U.S, his competition credits include the NATS Competition Rio Grande Chapter; Adult Division 1st Prize winner & Most Promising Singer Prize (2010), Fifth Lois Alba Aria Competition; 2nd Prize winner & Audience Choice Prize winner (2010), The Binghamton Harmony Club Adopted Artist (2011~2012 Season), NATS Competition Central New York Finger lakes Region; Advance Division 1st Prize (2012), Metropolitan International Voice Competition; Grand Prize winner (2013), NATS Competition Eastern region; Upper Advanced Division; 1st Prize winner (2013), George L. Hinman and Adele Bernstein Award (2013~2014 TCO season).
His previous oratorio solo appearances include Weber Messe in G-dur, Mozart Coronation Mass, Händel Messiah, Beethoven Symphony 9. Upcoming engagements for Mr. Oh include Escamillo in Carmen, Don Giovanni in Don Giovanni with Tri-Cities Opera and Metropolitan International Music Festival Gala Concert at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall.
He holds a Master Degree from SUNY Binghamton University and has a Bachelor of Music Degree from the Korea National University of Arts.
Artist's Website: www.heepyoungoh.com