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Sumi Jo | soprano 
Florian Sempey | baritone
Ki-Up Lee | tenor (guest, Opéra National de Paris)


Jeff Cohen | piano

Sumi Jo, a big name in world peace.

Sumi Jo
Sumi Jo - Droits réservés
Florian Sempey
Florian Sempey © Cyril Cosson
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Programme

Rossini « Dunque io son », « Largo al factotum » excerpts from Il Barbiere di Siviglia
Dell’aacqua Villanelle
Gounod « Je veux vivre », « Mab, la reine des mensonges » excerpts from Romeo and Juliette
Massenet-Saint Saëns La mort de Thaïs, piece for piano
Massenet «C’est toi mon père » excerpt from Thaïs
Donizetti « Ah mes amis », « Il faut partir » excerpts from La Fille du régiment
Arirang, correan song 
Donizetti « Bella siccome un angelo » excerpts from Don Pasquale
Offenbach «Belle nuit o nuit d’amour », barcarolle from Les Contes d’Hoffmann
Lecocq «O Paris, gai séjour des plaisir » , Valse from Cent vierges
Lehar « Heure exquise » excerpts from La Veuve joyeuse

To read

For her 13th concert to promote world peace, the association Echos de la Corée welcomes one of the great international voices with the South Korean soprano Sumi Jo. Alongside her international career, she has always been committed to world peace and has been an ambassador for UNESCO since 2003. Praised throughout the world for her virtuosity, the precision and warmth of her voice as well as for her musical sense, she gives this evening a programme which combines the greatest operatic arias with traditional works from Korean repertoire.

PRODUCTION Association Les Echos de la Corée

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