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Zoë Hwang
°1964
Chinese Taipei
soprano
Biography
Zoë Hwang is a soprano, writer, and broadcast hostess. She graduated from the Juilliard School and also had American Opera Center Training. She won the bronze medal of the Queen Elisabeth Competition and attended festivals including the Aldeburgh Festival (UK), Flander's Festival (Belgium) and the Monte-Carlo Printemps des Arts (Monaco). She released a CD on the French label REM, with Richard Strauss and Berg Songs. As a piano accompanist, she worked for the Opéra Comique of Paris, Flanders Opera, and the Juilliard School. Since 1995 she is a presenter at Philharmonic Radio Taipei. She writes columns for the Performing Arts Magazine and Interior Magazine, had 8 books published, and is a creative coordinator for fashion.
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Final 1988: Zoë HwangSoloist
Semi-final 1988: Zoë Hwang - oratorioSoloist
Semi-final 1988: Zoë Hwang - liederSoloist
Semi-final 1988: Zoë Hwang - operaSoloist
SINGING 1988Tenth Prize
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Final 1988: Zoë Hwang
Claude Debussy : Clair de lune
Final 1988: Zoë Hwang
Richard Strauss : Ständchen n. 2 in F major op. 17
Final 1988: Zoë Hwang
Giuseppe Verdi : Sul fil d'un soffio etesio
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