Ying Fang, soprano

Ying Fang

Soprano Ying Fang has been hailed by the New York Times for her “pure and moving soprano, phrasing with scrupulous respect for the line and traveling with assurance through the mercurial moods... a warm, agile, and appealing voice... a star in the making.”

Ms. Fang has most recently appeared at the Verbier Festival, singing the role of Nannetta in Verdi’s Falstaff starring Bryn Terfel, conducted by Jesús López Cobos. She has also appeared at the Ravinia Festival, singing the soprano solo in Mahler’s Symphony No.2 (“Resurrection”) conducted by James Levine. She returned to Fesitval d’Aix en Provence, for Handel’s Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno as well as Fauré’s Requiem.

Ms. Fang is also an active recitalist. She has given a solo recital with pianist Brian Zeger at Alice Tully Hall and was featured in Carnegie Hall’s neighborhood concert series in New York as well as Vocal Arts DC’s recital series at Kenney Center, both with pianist Ken Noda.