Ying Huang is a Chinese soprano. Her career has spanned many arenas, including opera and concert stages, television, recordings and motion pictures. She made a sensational debut as Cio-Cio San in Francois Mitterand’s acclaimed feature film “Madama Butterfly”, and has gone on to a career of concerts, recitals and operatic engagements that has embraced a worldwide audience.
Ying Huang is also an active concert soloist with leading orchestras including the Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony Orchestra, and New World Symphony. The 2006-2007 season marks her Metropolitan Opera debut in the role of “Pamina” in the new English language version of “The Magic Flute”. She also starred in the Metropolitan Opera’s first simulcast into movie theaters throughout the world.