Boram Ahn

Boram Ahn


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Born and raised in South Korea, Boram Ahn studied composition and piano performance at McGill University in Canada. She studied with pianist Richard Raymond and Kyoko Hashimoto, and composer Brian Cherney, John Rea, and Jean Lessage. She pursued Artist Diploma in Collaborative Piano under the direction of Michael McMahon, focusing on art song and operatic repertoire. From 2011 to 2014 she worked as a freelance pinaist/coach in Montreal and McGill University, where she played for voice studios, recitals, choir, contemporary ensemble, and opera rehearsals. She served as répétiteur and coach for Opera McGill's production La Bohème, Dido and Aeneas, The Rake's Progress, Turn of the Screw, and the Canadian Premiere of John Musto's opera, Volpone. She participated in various opera programs and festivals throuout North America and Europe, where she had opportunity to work with conductor Julian Wachner, Andrew Bisantz, Olaf Storbeck, Simone Luti, Paolo Paroni, and director David Gately, Patrick Hansen, Dean Anthony, Tom Diamond, and Damon Nestor Ploumis. She has collaborated in opera productions at Opera Nuova (Suor Angelica), International Lyric Academy of Viterbo (Rigoletto), New York Opera Studio (opera scenes), Brevard Music Center in North Carolina (La Traviata, Alcina, L'Elisir d'amore), Center for Opera Studies in Italy (Le Nozze di Figaro), Accademia Europa Dell’Opera (Così fan tutte, Gianni Schicchi), Crescendo Nyári Akadémián in Hungary (Don Giovanni), Lyric Opera Studio Weimar (Die Lustigen Weiber von Windsor). She is currently based in Berlin, freelancing as instrumental/vocal accompanist and coach. Future engagements include 2016 Thüringer Schlossfestspiel Sonderhausen, where she will be assisting 'Fiddler on the Roof' as pianist and Musical assistant.  
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