The bass, JONGMIN PARK, studied singing in his hometown of Seoul and was a member of the Milan Accademia Teatro alla Scala, where he studied with Mirella Freni, Luigi Alva and Renato Bruson. from 2010 until 2013, he was in the ensemble of the Hamburg State Opera. Here, he took over the roles, among others, of Colline, Sparafucile and Sarastro. In summer 2014, he gave his debut at the ROH Covent Garden, at the BBC Proms in London and in the City of London Festival 2014. He won the International Tschaikowski competition and received the Wagner-Prize at the Plácido Domingo Operalia competition. In spring 2015 he completed his first recital in the Vienna Musikverein and won the Lied prize at the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition. In 2016, he gave his debut at the Salzburg Festival. At the Wiener Staatsoper, he gave his debut in 2011 as Colline, and also sang among others, Zuniga, Mönch (Don Carlo), Basilio, Billy Jackrabbit, Quinault, Gremin, Sir Giorgio, Wassermann, Leporello, Masetto, Sarastro (Children’s Zauberflöte), Truffaldin, Ramfis.