Jeongcheol Cha

— Bass-Baritone

"The bass-baritone Jeongcheol Cha proved the standout in the Juilliard Opera’s production of “Don Pasquale,” which opened on Wednesday evening in the Peter Jay Sharp Theater. He sang with a strong, mellifluous voice as the doddery Don, fully inhabiting the role physically with his arthritic movements, bewildered facial expressions and comic gestures, ultimately rendering the Don a lovable if delusional character."
Vivien Schweitzer - New York Times - February 2013


Hailed by the New York Times as a “strong, mellifluous voice,” Jeongcheol Cha earned his Artist Diploma from The Juilliard School, where he triumphed in the title role of Don Pasquale, to great acclaim. In the current season, Mr. Cha returns to the Metropolitan Opera in a variety of roles, including the Mandarin in Turandot, Gregorio in Romeo et Juliette, and the Premier Ministre in Cendrillon, among others.

Last season, Mr. Cha performed the roles of Masetto in Don Giovanni, Ceprano in Rigoletto, . . .

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