Sung Hwan Park

Sung Hwan Park (b. 1991) is a baritone from Korea. He studied singing at the Kyung Hee University, where he has recently obtained his master’s degree. He has won prizes at numerous music competitions in South Korea, and also won the second prize at the Korea Classical Singers Association Competition in 2016. His first opera role was in a 2017 production of Spring and Child Monk at the Korea National Opera. Since then he has appeared as Marcello in Puccini’s La Bohème in a performance with the Bucheon Philharmonic Orchestra. Last year he was selected to participate in the New York International Opera Audition Project in Asia region audition.

Born in 1991


South Korean

Piano: Tuula Hällström


Preliminary round


Weihnachtsoratorium: Grosser Herr, o starker König

J. Obradors

El Vito (trad.)

J. Brahms

Alte Liebe (Candidus)

G. Rossini

Il Barbiere di Siviglia: “Largo al factotum” (Figaro)


Y. Kilpinen

Illalla (Leino)

L.v. Beethoven

In questa tomba oscura (Carpani)

F. Schubert

Erlkönig (Goethe)

G. Fauré

La Chanson du pêcheur (Gautier)

J. Ibert

Chanson de la Mort (Arnoux)

C. Saint-Saëns

Danse macabre (Cazalis)


Don Pasquale: “Bella siccome un angelo” (Malatesta)


W. A. Mozart

Cosí fan tutte: “Rivolgete a lui lo sguardo” (Guglielmo)

G. Verdi

Don Carlo: “Per me giunto… Io morro” (Rodrigo)

Competition performances

Preliminary round


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