Yonghoon Lee is a tenor born in South Korea
At this time he is enjoying growing international recognition with some landmark productions behind and ahead of him.
He has already debuted at the Metropolitan Opera in the title role of Don Carlo.
At the Lyric Opera of Chicago he has played Don José in Carmen, at La Scala, Turridu in Cavalleria Rusticana. At the Cologne Opera he played Manrico in Il Trovatore, and at the Vienna State Opera and Dresden State Opera he played Cavaradossi in Tosca.
He will be singing Don José for the Deutsche Oper Berlin and Arrigo in La Battaglia di Legnano in Rome.
He has played Don Carlo at the Frankfurt Opera, Munich’s Bavarian State Opera, and in Valencia, Santiago, and Liège, the Rome Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin and Hamburg State Opera and in Athens he played Cavaradossi.
He played Don José at the Netherlands Opera, Berlin State Opera, and the Hollywood Bowl- and Rodolfo in La Bohème in Genoa and Frankfurt. He played Macduff in Macbeth at the Glyndebourne Festival.
Yonghoon Lee is a young artist going places and scoring some big successes along the way.