Meet Hein Jung
Associate Professor, Music
Education: 2000 Han Yang University, Seoul, South Korea, B.A.
2003 University of Wisconsin-Madison, M.M.
2006 University of Wisconsin-Madison, DMA
Courses Taught: UT Women’s Glee Club
Career Specialties: 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.
Professional and Community Activities: Jung was selected as a fellow in two prestigious programs: Tanglewood and the San Francisco Opera’s Merola Program. During the Tanglewood season, she performed with the internationally renowned Mark Morris Dance Group as a guest soloist as well as in acclaimed soprano Dawn Upshaw’s cabaret recital and had a lead role in Zuidam’s world premier opera. In the Merola Program, she sang the role of Lucia in “Rape of Lucretia” and appeared as a soloist with San Francisco Opera Orchestra in “The Grand Final Concert.”
Jung has also performed with the Madison Opera, the Bel Canto Chorus, the Racine-Kenosha Symphony, and the Milwaukee Symphony.
Her opera credits include Romilda in “Serse,” Fiordiligi in “Cosi Fan Tutte,” and Blanche in “Dialogue of Carmelites.” Jung has also been a soloist in oratorios such as Mozart’s “C Minor Mass” and Poulenc’s “Gloria.”
Honors and Awards: Collin’s Outstanding Musician Scholarship, Dale Gilbert Award, Helen Loeb Award, Warzyn-Thorpe Award (University Wisconsin-Madison)
Winner of Schubert Club Competition
Winner of Metropolitan Opera Competition (Minnesota Region)
Winner of Bel Canto Competition
Winner of Bel Canto Artist Competition