Critics have described Mezzo Soprano Eunjoo Lee-Huls interpretations as “brilliant,”
"impressive," and that “"She has a big warm voice and sympathetic presence drawing the
greatest applause from the audience.” Ms. Lee-Huls rich performing career embraces a
combination of oratorio, symphonic soloist, opera, and recitals.
Recently she performed solo recital at St. Philip Concert series in Atlanta Georgia then she
traveled back to New York to appear as a soloist, in “Return to Light” (Korean art Songs) at
Merkin Hall New York City.
As a frequent oratorio/symphonic soloist, she performed as an alto soloist in Handel’s Messiah,
Mozart Requiem, and Beethoven Choral Fantasy with Oratorio Society of New Jersey,
Ms. Lee also appeared as an Alto Soloist singing Bach Cantata No.79 and Mendelssohn Lobgesang Op 52.
She also was an Alto soloist in Handel’s Messiah , Vivaldi Gloria with Peniel Concert Choir in NJ.
In past seasons, she appeared as Halmoni in From My Mother’s Mother at the Korean Cultural
Center in New York, Flushing Town Hall in New York, as well as George Washington
University in Washington, DC.
She performed as a soloist in Magnificat by Vivaldi and Pergolesi with Oratorio Society of New
She traveled with a classical music group called “Music from Above” performing Opera and
Classical Concerts to Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Kazakhatan, and Turkey.
She appeared as a guest solo artist on the St. Catherine’s Concert Series in Greater
Atlanta. Other engagements include a critically acclaimed triumph as Suzuki in Madama
Butterfly with Opera Roanoke; Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana with Utica Symphony
Orchestra, Oneonta Symphony Orchestra, Schenectady Symphony Orchestra.
Then she traveled to Korea performing as soloist in Prokofiev’s Alexander Nevsky with the
Daegu Symphony Orchestra.
She also took on the role La Zia Principessa in Suor Angelica as guest artist at Nicholas Music
center at Rutgers University.
This extraordinary artist has sung mainstage roles with New York City Opera, Des Moines
Metro Opera, Dicapo Opera, Duluth Festival Opera, Korean National Opera, Seoul City Opera
and Daegu City Opera, among others. As an oratorio/symphonic soloist, audiences have enjoyed
her sumptuous voice in performances of Charpentier’s Te Deum, Beethoven’sNinth Symphony,
Verdi’s Messa da Requiem, Mozart’s Requiem and Beethoven’s Mass in C at Carnegie Hall
with Mid-America Productions.
Ms. Lee-Huls made her Lincoln Center debut at Avery Fisher Hall as soloist in Vivaldi’s Dixit
Dominus with the Little Orchestra Society of New York, under the baton of Maestro Dino
Anagnost. She has also been featured as soloist with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, ,
Bismarck Symphony Orchestra, Greater Newburgh Symphony and the Daejeon Philharmonic in
She is a first prize winner of New York Vocal Arts Competition and the Naomi Artists Rising
Star Competition (both of which included performances at Carnegie Hall).
Ms. Lee-Huls received the Bachelor of Music from Chugae Art University, and studied at St.
Cecilia Conservatory in Rome and earned the Artist Diploma (Master’s Degree) from Licinio
Reficeo Conservatory in Frosinone Italy.
Currently She is the music director at Advent Lutheran Church in Wyckoff, New Jersey.
Adjunct Voice Professor at Monmouth University in NJ.
She also teaches voice at Music School of Mahanaim in NY and voice instructor for the renown
professional Gracias Choir.