Prof. Bea Sujin



Soprano Sujin Bea graduated from the Department of Voice at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and graduated with honors from the Department of Conducting at Wiener Musikademie and from the Department of Art Song (Lied) and Religious Music (Oratorium) at the Prayner Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Arts in Vienna. In addition, she majored in Piano at Konservatorium Franz Schubert in Vienna.

She achieved notable accomplishments in various vocal competitions, securing the second place of the International “Lucia Popp” Vocal Competition held in Bratislava, Slovakia, and the first place in the 2018 International Artist Competition hosted by Ottakring, Vienna. Additionally, she received the first prize in Vocal Department of the 11th Korean Culture and Arts Awards in 2021.
Continuing her career trajectory, she assumed the role of a professor of voice at the Prayner Conservatory. Furthermore, she served as an adjunct professor at Busan University and Silla University, Korea, and received an invitation to conduct a seminar at the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing, China.
She had many accompanied performances with several orchestras including the Bratislava National Orchestra, KBS Symphony Orchestra, Seoul Prime Orchestra, Busan Philharmonic Orchestra, Daegu Symphony Orchestra, Jeju Philharmonic Orchestra, Changwon Philharmonic Orchestra, UKO Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, etc. She performed as the leading role in numerous operas, including La traviata, La bohème, Madama Butterfly, Don Giovanni, Le nozze di Figaro, Pagliacci, Mosè in Egitto, Chunhyangjeon, Rigoletto, L'amico Fritz, Amahl and the Night Visitors, and many others. Until the present day, she has performed in several European countries, including Austria, Germany, Romania, Spain, Italy, and the Czech Republic. Moreover, she has held many vocal recitals and has received numerous invitations to perform in concerts.
As the director of BJ Opera, which produces and performs Korean operas in Austria, Sujin Bea organized the performance of the Korean opera “Chunhyangjeon” to celebrate the first anniversary of the Korean Cultural Center in Austria. For the production of this performance, she served as the general artistic director and performed the leading role “Chun Hyang”. Her team had more than twenty invitational performances of this opera in different countries of Europe, including the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Her team received invitations to perform at the historic Urania Theater in Austria for three consecutive years, and the Muth Theater, the famous concert hall of the Vienna Boys’ Choir.
Since 2013, she has been promoting K-Pop in Austria. She organized and hosted numbers of K-Pop events with the Korean Embassy in Austria and organized many concerts with the K-pop Academy she runs, which won several awards in various competitions. In 2019, her association KCA signed an MOU with Sehan University of Korea and has continued cultural exchanges.
For many years, she held the position of program director of the Korean Cultural Center (Korea Kulturhaus) in Austria. At present, she assumes the roles of CEO of the SJ Entertainment, the president of the MZ Music Academy, and an adjunct professor of Sehan University. Furthermore, she serves as the honorary president of the Korean Culture and Art Association (KCA) in Vienna, Austria.




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