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The Korean tenor Boosung Park successfully performed his first solo recital in August in Korea, receiving a lot of acclaim in front of a sold-out audience and receiving the title of “Discovery of the Hidden Tenor” from Korean Classical Music Magazine ‘Review’. 

The 16-year-old, who was promising as a judo athlete, started singing at the suggestion of his mother, who loved vocal music, after suffering an unexpected injury. 

Showing his outstanding talent in high school, he was invited to perform with professional singers at Sejong Art Center for the Performing Arts, Youngsan Art Hall, Goyang Aram Concert Hall, and Jangcheon Art Hall.  He made his debut the role of 'Beppe' in Pagliacci by R. Leoncavalo at INSIEM opera company. He performed the role of Gaston in La traviata by G.Verdi with the legendary Korean tenor Sungwon Park. 

Mr. Park had various concerts and recitals including “ Opera Gala Concert” and “Happy together” hosted by Gwangin Singing Association. He had the first solo recital at Perigee Hall in Seoul, Korea. 

Mr. Park graduated Goyang Arts High school in classical voice. In 2015, he moved to the United States to continue his musical education. He is currently studying his Bachelor's degree at the Manhattan School of Music, where he studied with Neil Rosenshein and currently studying with Mary Dunleavy 

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