Hein Jung specializes in opera, oratorio and recital. She has performed throughout the U.S. as well as internationally in Seoul, South Korea; Montreal, Canada; and Pamplona, Spain.


Acclaimed for her “superior vocal value” (Boston Globe), Soprano Hein Jung has performed in major cities throughout the US and Korea. These venues include Opera Tampa, Tanglewood Music Festival, San Francisco Opera Merola Program, Milwaukee Symphony, Madison Opera, St. Petersburg Opera, Bel Canto Chorus, Tampa Oratorios Singers. Equally beloved on the concert stage, Ms. Jung has performed recitals on such prominent series as Artist Series of Sarasota, University of Wisconsin Madison, University of Florida, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Se-Jong Art Hall and American Liszt Society Annual Festival. Last season (2015/16), Ms. Jung made her debut with The Florida Orchestra in both the Master Work Series and Coffee Concert Series. In the upcoming 2016-2017 season, she will be featured in concert with the Sarasota Concert Association, at the prestigious Kumho Recital Series in Seoul, South Korea, International Congress of Voice Teachers in Stockholm, Sweden. Ms. Jung also looks forward to the release of her second CD, performing works by Rachmaninov with Centaur Records. Her recording of Songs of Franz Liszt, released by Centaur Records last year, was praised by American Record Guide: “Hein Jung has the perfect voice-terrific ease in her upper register and a silvery clear tone.”

Recognized as a versatile performer, Ms. Jung has delighted audiences in such varied repertoire as Zerbinetta(Ariadne auf Naxos), Die Königin der Nacht(Die Zauberflöte), Blanche(Dialogue des Carmelites), Romilda(Serse), Lucia(Rape ofLucretia), Sophie(Der Rosenkavalier), and Amina(La Sonnambula). On the concert stage, she has been heard as soloist in Messiah(Handel),The C minor Mass(Mozart), Lord Nelson Mass(Haydn), Gloria(Poulenc), Cantata BWV. 51 and 21(Bach), Bachianas Brazileiras No. 5(Villa-Lobos), Chants D’Auvergne(Canteloube) and Ch’io mi scordi di te, K.505(Mozart).

Praised as an advocate of contemporary music, Ms. Jung performed both the lead roles in the world premiere of Rage d’amour, commissioned by Tanglewood, as well as the lead role of Princess Pocachin in The Red Silk Thread, commissioned by University of Florida and Curtis Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

Ms. Jung has won top prizes throughout her career. These include the Metropolitan Opera National Council Upper Midwest Region Audition (1st place in Wisconsin District and 2nd place in Upper Midwest Region), Irma Cooper International Competition (2nd place), Schubert Competition (2nd place) and Chicago Bel Canto Competition (2nd place).


• “A lovely recording of Liszt songs by Soprano Hein Jung, Piano Grigorios Zamparas: Jung has the perfect voice for this music-terrific ease in her upper register and a silvery clear tone”
American Record Guide, Solo Vocal Recording: Songs of Franz Liszt

• “Artist of the month – Soprano Hein Jung, life and career”
Korean’s leading classical magazine, Music Chunchu, features promising Korean artist each month. In September 2013 issue.
Music ChunChu Magazine, South Korean Classical Music Magazine, September Issue, Seoul, Korea

• “The Composer’s nemesis is Zerbinetta, star of the comedy troupe, a coloratura coquette sung by Hein Jung, and their duet in the Prologue was a beautiful blend. Ultimately, Strauss’ opera is a contest of divas, Zerbinetta and Ariadne, the prima donna on the desert island of Naxos, played by Elizabeth Beers Kataria. Both she and Jung were superbly up to the occasion in the Act 2 opera-within-the-opera on Friday……Then came Zerbinetta’s attempt to cheer up Ariadne, Grossmächtige Prinzessin, a coloratura showpiece, full of spectacular roulades and trills. Jung made it a tour de force, not only scaling the vocal heights with an easy, sparkling tone and accuracy of pitch, but also acting with cleverness and wit.”
Tampa Bay Times, Ariadne auf Naxos, Hein Jung as Zerbinetta

• “(The) Song Arirang was written for soprano Hein Jung and her wonderful, heavenly voice! The composition presents four versions of Arirang that are subjected to stylistic variations based on elements derived from Western pop, rock, and jazz.”
A Festival of New Vocal Music Newsletter, Song Arirang by Zack Browning written for Hein Jung

• “The voice of soprano Hein Jung…the final song, “Faible Coeur” (Faint Heart), reached a much higher level of lyric impact, far surpassing…”
Herald-Tribune, Artist Series of Sarasota, Chopin Spectacular Concert

• “Superior vocal value from soprano Hein Jung
Boston Globe, Tanglewood Music Festival, Ned Rorem Tribute Concert

• “Providing a live, aural dimension, soprano Hein Jung….. perform the rhapsodic score splendidly.”
Hartford Courant, Jacob’s Pillow Theatre, Brahm’s Neue Liebeslieder with Mark Morris Dance Group

• “A Korean lyric soprano Hein Jung…. Piped sweetly and added apt embellishment to Amina”
San Francisco Classical Voice, San Francisco Opera Merola Young Artist Grand Finale Gala

• “Hein’s Fiordiligi has brilliant moments. The rich timbre of her voice rises with strength and fortitude, changing octaves with ease and thrilling the crowd”
The Capital Times, Cosí fan tutte, Hein Jung as Fiordiligi

• “Cogent and capable performance from Hein Jung
San Francisco Chronicle, Rape of Lucretia, Hein Jung as Lucia

• “Most notable is the singing, marvelous in each and every instance… (Olthafer and) Jung shine as competing sisters and dueling sopranos, their strength and polish even more evident in contrast to the wonderfully and humorously.”
The Capital Times, Serse, Hein Jung as Romilda


August 2-6, 2017
Solo Recital
“Songs of Franz Liszt”
Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden
International Congress of Voice Teachers

June 4,  2017
“Hein Jung Recital”
Kumho Performing Art Hall, Seoul, Korea

February 4, 2017
“An Evening of Polish Music: Paderewski Concert”
Barnes Recital Hall, University of South Florida

January 22, 2017
“The Music of Kim EunHye”
Concert Hall, University of South Florida

December 5, 2016
“Rachmaninov Concert”
Sykes Chapel, The University of Tampa

November 9, 11, and 15, 2016
“Hein Jung Recital”
Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center, Sarasota Concert Association

June 3, 2016
“Vocal Recital: Songs by Liszt, A. Rubinstein, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninov”
Cypress Recital Hall, California State University Northridge
American Liszt Festival

April 21, 2016
“Villa Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5”
Mahaffey Theatre, The Florida Orchestra

October 9, 10, and 11, 2015
“Masterwork Series: Night at the Oscars”
Straz Center, Mahaffey Theatre, Ruth Eckerd Hall, The Florida Orchestra

September 17, 2015
Solo Recital
“Dream, Shadows, Smoke: Longing and Mystery in Liszt’s Vocal Works”
Paul Voertman Concert Hall, University of North Texas
American Liszt Festival

October 18, 2015
“South Florida Liszt Festival Gala Concert”
Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center, Florida International University

April 17 and 19, 2014
Princess Cocachin (lead role)
“The Red Silk Thread(world premier opera)”
Music by Stella Sung, Libretto by Ernest Hilbert
University of Florida Opera Theatre, Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
Curtis Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Gainesville, FL

September 28, 2014
“Mozart Chamber Concert: Ch’io mi scordi di te”
PNC Bank Concert Series, The University of Tampa

March 5 and 6, 2014
“Composer Festival: Libby Larsen Concert”
Sykes Chapel, University of Tampa

February 7 and 9, 2014
Erste Dame
“The Magic Flute”
Straz Center, Opera Tampa

December 21, 2013
“Seasonal Sparkle Gala Concert: Der Rosenkavalier”
The Palladium Theatre, St. Petersburg Opera

May 31, June 2 and 4, 2013
“Ariadne auf Naxos”
The Palladium Theatre, St. Petersburg Opera

January 29, 2013
“Hein Jung Recital”
Neel Performing Art Center, Sarasota

December 16, 2012
Tampa Oratorio Singers

September 15, 2012
“Bach Cantata No. 51”
Sykes Chapel, The University of Tampa

December 16, 2011
Tampa Oratorio Singers

April 7 and 9, 2011
Queen of the Night
“The Magic Flute”
University of Florida Opera Theatre, Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
Curtis Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Gainesville, FL


Hein Jung
401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606

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