Moon Yung Oh
Voice group: Tenor
In 1980 tenor Moon Yung Oh was born in Seoul. He gathered his first musical experience from 1990 to 1996 in the Korean Academic Children’s Choir. After that, he completed his vocal studies at the Seoul Theology University where he studied from 2000 to 2006, continuing his studies in Munich from 2007 to 2010.
At the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich he worked with Frieder Lang. Moon Young Oh has appeared singing the tenor solos in Händel’s oratorio “Messiah”, Mendelssohn’s oratorios “St. Paul” and “Elijah”, as well as Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 2 (“Lobgesang” / “Song of Praise”) and Bach’s “Weihnachtsoratorium”, “Matthäus-Passion” and other oratorios. On the operatic stage he has sung the role of Paolino in “Il matrimonio segreto” by Domenico Cimarosa: beyond this, he also appeared in Purcell’s opera “The Fairy Queen” and as Ferrando in Mozart’s “Così fan tutte”.
Moon Yung Oh has been a member of the Bavarian Radio Chorus since 2001.