Julian younjin KIM
NEW for the Saison 2022/23!
as Max Fisch,
Hopfen und Malz
composed by Daniel Behle
in Landestheater Neustrelitz
"Die heimliche Hauptfigur ist Don Carlo di Vargas... Mit mephistophelischer Energie und stimmlicher Power riss Julian Younjin Kim das Publikum mit in seine seelischen Abgründe."
-Bernhard Stoffels, SZ
"Aus dem durchwegs hochklassigen Ensemble ragen der bewegliche Bariton Julian Younjin Kim (Marcello)…"
"Darstellen Julian Younjin Kim wirklich ein guter Marcello…"
-WDR 3 Mosaik
“Julian Younjin Kim als Marcello steckt dahinter nicht zurück, führt einen charakterstarken und schönen Bariton ins Rennen.“
-die deutsche Bühne
The Korean baritone Julian Younjin Kim
He began his artistic career with a bachelor's degree (singing and music pedagogy) at the Kyung-Hee University in Seoul, Korea. After his arrival in Germany he took his master's degree in opera singing at the University of Music in Freiburg with Prof. Angela Nick, then graduated with the soloist diploma with Award 2015.
While studying, he has been a guest at the Stadttheater in Freiburg for several roles as well as Count Ceprano "Rigoletto", wiggle maker "Ariadne auf Naxos" and children's opera "Das Sängerkrieg der Heidehasen". As Frank "Fledermaus" in Stadttheater Chur and Lindau and as a forester "The Cunnning Vixen" in Wangen. In the summer of 2016 he debuted Puccini's "La Bohème" as Marcello in Bad Orb. In the season 16/17 he was as a guestsolist with the Chamber Opera Cologne in "The Merry widow" as Baron Zeta and "Cenerentola" as Don Magnifico and in the Saarländisches Staatstheater in "Tosca" as Sciarrone, in the "Freischütz" As Kilian and "Katja Kabanova" as Kuligin. In the season 18/19 he was as Marcello in „La Bohème“ in Stadttheater Freiburg and as Schaunard in „La Bohème“ in Staatstheater Braunschweig.
He was a permanent ensemble member of the Saarländisches Staatstheater in the Season 17/18.
His repertoire includes the great operatic roles (Lescaut in "Manon Lescaut", Rodrigo in "Don Carlos", Marcello in "La Bohème", Escamillo in "Carmen" and "Don Giovanni" ...)
Photo by Björn Hickmann
Photo by Jochen Quast
Photo by E.Ziegler E.Eisentraud