Assistant Professor of Music
DMA - University of Illinois at Chapaign/Urbana
MM - Brigham Young University
BA - Korean Nationa University of Arts
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Lyric Spinto Tenor, Sang-In Han is originally from South Korea. Prior to his appointment at Clarke University, Dr. Han served as a voice faculty member at University of Texas at El Paso, Millikin University and Utah State University. He completed his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Vocal Performance at The Korean National University of Arts School of Music and Brigham Young University respectively. He completed D.M.A in Vocal Performance at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
His extensive performing experience includes opera, oratorio, recitals and concerts in Korea and throughout the United States. His opera roles include Tamino from Magic Flute, Rinuccio in GianniSchichi, Don José in Carmen, Velere in Tartuff, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni. Dr. Han has appeared as a master teacher in Bel Canto singing style. His specialty is in registers of every voice type, especially passaggios. Dr. Han has served as Faculty on the advisory board at the Seoul International Opera Program in Korea. Dr. Han's former students are winners of a regional Met competition, the LoisAlva Competition, and other international competitions in Korea and Europe.