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Biographies & programs



Kyoungmin Choi

South Korea

First Round

Jino Kim

South Korea

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Franz Schubert

Auf dem See D 543 (J.W.v.Goethe)  - 1R

Verklärung D 59 (Alexander Pope / Johann G. Herder)

Franz Liszt

Tre Sonetti di Petrarca S 270

3. Vidi in terra angelici costumi  - 1R

Robert Schumann

Myrthen Op. 25

1. Widmung (Friedrich Rückert)

7. Die Lotosblume (Heinrich Heine)

Henri Duparc


1. L´invitation au voyage (Charles Baudelaire)

4. Extase (Jean Lahor)  - 1R

9. Chanson triste (Jean Lahor)

Hugo Wolf


29. Frühling über Jahr

30. Ganymed

Roger Quilter

Three Shakespeare Songs Op. 6

1. Come Away, Death

2. O Mistress Mine

3. Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind  - 1R


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Kyoungmin Choi


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Soprano  Kyoungmin Choi comes from South Korea and completed her bachelor's  degree in singing at the EWHA Womans University in Seoul (South Korea).

She  studied at the HfM Würzburg with Prof. Alexandra Coku in the master's  program in opera singing. In the university production she took on the  role of the Female Chorus in 'The rape of Lucretia' by B. Britten, La  Contessa (Countess) in Mozart's 'Le nozze di Figaro' and the role of  Altisidore in 'Don Quichotte chez la Duchesse' by Joseph Bodin de  Boismortier. She was selected as a scholarship holder of the Richard  Wagner Association for the 2023 festival summer.

Since  the winter semester 2023/24 she has been studying at the HfM Würzburg  with Prof. Gerold Huber in the master's program in song design.

Jino Kim


He  was born in South Korea in 1996 and graduated from Kangwon University  in composting. As a pianist, he has been active in German dictation  courses, accompaniment and performances, including being selected for  the Kangwon National University regular concert and participating in the  master class of the Pyeongchang International Music Festival.

He  has achieved success in piano accompaniment competitions, including  winning the HanEum Music Concours and Universal Music Concours in 2022  and 2023.

He is currently enrolled at the Würzburg  University of Music and is majoring in art song design with Prof. Gerold  Huber. He was selected for the Zwickau Schumann Fest Masterclass Song  Duo Competition with Markus Hadulla and Mitsuko Shirai as mentors.

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