Mozart at the Mansion was a concert set up at the famous Phnom Penh colonial Mansion, on January 26th, 2018. In a partenership with the FCC.
Organized as a trailer of A Cambodian Magic Flute, produced by Mozart at Angkor which took place 3 months later in Phnom Penh.
La ci darem la mano (W.A. Mozart)
Nessun Dorma (Giacomo Puccini)
Libiamo ne’lieti calici (Giuseppe Verdi)
Habanera (Georges Bizet)
Mozart at the mansion
Masterpieces of Opera
Baritone, from Singapore, has lived in Italy and has been singing professionally for 10 years. He has performed numerous times in Europe and Southeast Asia, impressing audiences with each of his performances in roles such as Puccini, Verdi, Strauss, Mozart, Purcell, Rosini and Schoenberg.
Cho Hae Ryong
Haeryong Cho - Soprano, began singing in a church choir and a municipal children’s choir. Entering Busan art school at the age of 16, continued her studies at Ewha Woman’s University in Seoul to study with Shinja Kim. Upon graduation Haeryong moved to Russia to study with Zinaida Zaharovna Didenko. Later, at the Novosibirsk National Conservatory she met her current husband, the Vietnamese clarinetist Dao Nhat Quang. They moved to Saigon in 2008.
Nguyên Thi Thanh Huyên
Alto Having managed a jewelry company, Huyen decided on a change of career and was granted 4 years full-scholarship from Kumho foundation to study at Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music under the guidance of Mer. A. Ta Minh Tam. , Vietnam leading Tenor. She went on to study with Madame Peggy Bouveret, Professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris as well as the “Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris”. Huyen completed her Master’s degree in 2015.
Nguyên Thi Thanh Nga
Thanh Nga - Soprano graduated from the Vocal Department, HCMC Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor Degree in 2004, under the guidance of Măng Thị Hội. Her Master Degree in Vocal Performance followed in 2009 under the guidance of Prof. People’s Artist Trung Kiên. Thanh Nga has been a soloist at the HBSO Opera for 10 years, and since 2005 a lecturer at the Conservatory of Music in Ho Chi Minh City.
Pianist, he is the Founder and Executive Director of the American Voices. In 1993, John created American Voices to fulfill the need for quality, constructive American cultural programming in the newly independent nations of Central and Eastern Europe. John is a classically-trained pianist, and his performing activities have included thousands of concerts, broadcasts and masterclasses throughout Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Vô Thuy Ngoc Tuyên
Ngoc Tuyen - Soprano earned a Bachelor degree from HCMC Conservatory of Music in 2005, under the guidance of Mỹ An. In 2011, she graduated from HCMC Conservatory of Music with a Master Degree in Vocal Performance under the guidance of Prof. People’s Artist Trung Kiên. In 2009,Ngọc Tuyền was awarded Third Prize in the National Competition of Chamber and Opera Singing in Ha Noi. At present, Ngọc Tuyền is a soloist with the HBSO Opera.
Trần Duy Linh
Tenor Hailing from a musical family in Phan Rang town, Tran won the first prize in singing of his native Binh Thuan province. In 2001 he entered Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory of Music as a vocal student. In 2005 he won the first prize of “Sao Mai” competition in Southern Vietnam and two years later took another first prize in singing in Tay Ninh province. In 2009 Tran graduated from University to join HBSO. There he performed operatic roles such as Monostatos in Mozart's Magic Flute.