Yun has performed in voice department recitals at SFCM with Alex Katsman, piano, and with Canadian guitarist Abshir Miller, and was in the Historical Performance presentation of the Bel Canto Project. Yun was Hermia in HSOF's production of Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream, with co-directors David Mosey and Edie Reaney-Chunn and music director Nicholas Gilmore. 

     During the summer season with CO-SI, Yun performed as La Maestra della novize in Puccini's Suor Angelica, with director James Marvel and music director Shannon Hiebert. She also performed as a chorus member in the production of Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore: director, Anna Theodosakis; music director, Nathalie Doucet; chorus master, Shannon Hiebert. With her peers, she premiered the first act of Dean Burry's Pigmalione as Tina, to be fully presented in CO-SI's next season, and was directed by Kathryn Frady with music director, Shannon Hiebert. 

     The winter season brought another collaboration with Yun and Colin Clarke, this time with the Toronto Wind Youth Orchestra as a guest soloist in their performance of Aspen Jubilee (Nelson), as well as performances with St.Stephen's on-the-Hill United Church for their Advent special music occasions.


     Spring 2016 brought Ms. Yun the opportunity to work with the Durham Symphony Youth Orchestra alongside soprano Chantal Grybas with conductor John Beaton, performing excerpts from Mozart's Mass in C Minor, K.427. In the winter season, Ms. Yun performed a benefit concert featuring Vivaldi's Gloria with the Halton Mississauga Youth Orchestra under the baton of Colin Clarke as well as the local church choirs of Eden United Church and First United Church.

     The 10th anniversary of the Halifax Summer Opera Festival arrived in summer 2014, where Christina Yun performed in their production of Dvorak's Rusalka:  directed by Andrew Pelrine; music director Gregory Myra. She also performed in HSOF's concert scenes presentation of The Consul (Menotti; as Vera Boronel) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Britten; as Moth): directed by Adam Da Ros.

     Ms. Yun's operatic experience began in the small town of Waterloo, Ontario with Opera Laurier. She performed her first full role as Mahkwa in Denommé-Welch & Magowan's Giiwedin (North Wind) in winter 2014: director, Anne-Marie Donovan; music director: Leslie De'Ath. In fall 2013, under the direction of Aria Umezawa, Yun performed in the scenes presentation of Rossini's La Cenerentola as Tisbe, Cobweb in Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream, while also participating in the chorus.

Solo Recitals

     She has performed three solo recitals: Lovely: a fundraising recital, raising funds for her studies at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, with Lorin Shalanko; a presentation at the Wednesday at Knox program (Knox Waterloo) with pianist Adrian Little, featuring Laudamus te from W.A. Mozart's Mass in C Minor; and her graduation recital (WLU) with collaborative pianist Lorin Shalanko featuring The Confession Stone by Robert Fleming.
Thera Barclay, soprano; Amanda Smith, soprano
photo credit: Steffanie Marie Sedlbauer via her Facebook page

     Ms. Yun sings with St.Stephen's on-the Hill United Church's Chancel Choir as a visiting soprano scholar and soloist and has over 10 years of sacred repertoire in choral and worship contemporary music. Her additional choral experience includes: the Exultate Chamber Singers with director Hilary Apfelstadt, 2016-2017 season; the Laurier Singers with conductor Lee Willingham, 2011-2014; Knox Waterloo Chancel Choir, 2012-2016; Ontario Youth Choir with conductor Iwan Edwards, 2010 and with conductor Hilary Apfelstadt, 2011; Cawthra Park Chamber Choir with conductor Bob Anderson, 2009-2011; TSMS Chamber Choir with conductor Carole Anderson, 2004-2007; and the Toronto Korean Children's Choir with director Sunju Koh, 1998-2011. 
Lorin Shalanko, piano