Yuan Chenye

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Yuan Chenye, also known as Chen-Ye Yuan (袁晨野; Dalian, 1967) is a Chinese operatic baritone.[1] He graduated from Central Conservatory of Music in 1990 and in the same year passed entrance to the China Central Opera Company. He won the Tchaikovsky Prize in 1993[2] took part in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions of 1998, and sang the role of Zhou Enlai in Marin Alsop's Naxos recording of Nixon in China (opera).


  1. ^ 中国人物年鉴 - 中华名人协会, 中国中外名人文化硏究会, 中国文学艺术界联合会 - 1995 -Page 330 "袁晨野,辽宁省大连市人。 1967 年生。自幼生活在一个艺术氛围浓厚的家庭中·从小学习拉手风琴· 1985 年毕业于沈阳音乐学院附中声乐专业· 1990 年毕业于中央音乐学院声乐软剧系,在校时师从李维勃教授。 1990 年考人中央歌剧院。"
  2. ^ Finnish music quarterly - Page 55 Esittävän säveltaiteen edistämiskeskus (Finland), Luovan säveltaiteen edistämissäätiö (Finland), Sibelius-Akatemia (Helsinki, Finland) - 1993 "... to the Chinese baritone Chen Ye-Yuan, who had already claimed the main trophy in the Tchaikovsky competition, He does admittedly have an excellent voice, even if slightly forced, and he also commands all the threadbare mannerisms "required" for Figaro's "Largo al factotum".."