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Hui Jin was born in Beijing, China. Upon graduating with a master’s degree
in music performance from Texas Christian University, he embarked on a
two-year post-graduate training program with Barbara Bonney at University
Mozarteum in Salzburg.
Hui Jin is quickly establishing himself as one of the most talented Chinese
tenors of his generation. He has appeared in numerous opera productions
in the United States, France and Germany, including “L’ Ormindo” by Cavalli , “Cosi
fan tutte”, “Die Zauberflöte” and “Die Entführung aus dem Serail” by Mozart,
“L’elisir d’amore”by Donizetti and "Nixon in China" by John Adams.
“When was the last time we heard an Italian tenor like this?” (Münchner Merkur).
"Hui Jin showed us what a real Italian tenor should sound like.” (Sueddeutsche Zeitung).
He has appeared as soloist in several oratorios and masses in Austria, including“
Matthäus-Passion” by J.S.Bach, “Die Schöpfung” by Haydn,
“Messiah” by Handel, "Requiem" and“Coronation Mass” by Mozart. He has also made
numerous performances in Fort Worth, Graz, Augsburg and Beijing as a recitalist.
Hui Jin also has recorded the symphonic song cycle “Songs of Awe and
Wonder” written by the British composer Andrew Webb-Mitchell with Brno
Philharmonic Orchestra and "Requiem" by W. A. Mozart with New Century Baroque
Orchestra of the Ambronay Music Festival.