Since obtaining an M.A. in Musicology and a Certificate in Early Music Performance from New York University, Jeannie Im has been busy performing in opera and concerts in the United States and Europe.
Recent operatic highlights include the lead role of Beatrice/Antiope in the world première of excerpts of Egon Lustgarten's Dante im Exil in Bernried, Germany. She also performed the role of Gloria in the Italian première of Krenek's What Price Confidence at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, the Queen in Dessau's Die Verurteilung des Lukullus, Frau Fluth in Die Lustigen Weiber von Windsor in Bernried, Germany, Morgana in Alcina with California Music Festival, Olympia in Tales of Hoffmann with Cirque Boom, also Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier at the Altenburger Music Festival and Cleopatra in Giulio Cesare with Brooklyn Opera. As a member of the Caramoor Bel Canto Soloists for two summers, Ms. Im performed scenes of Elizabeth in Roberto Devereux and Issicratea in Scarlatti's Il Pompeo
In New York and throughout Europe she has sung many concerts under the auspices of Elysium-Between Two Continents, featuring music by composers who were exiled from Germany and Austria during World War II. She has also been a regularly featured soloist with the Center for Early Music. In more traditional works, she has been soloist with the New England Symphonic Ensemble at Carnegie Hall on several occasions, singing Poulenc's Gloria, John Rutter's Requiem and Magnificat among others and the Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 with the Yale Symphony.
In a lighter vein, she recently participated in a performance of Good-bye Trouble: The Roaring 20's in Berlin and in an operetta revue Piscator's Metropolis: Berlin - A Review of Berlin Operettas from the 20's and 30's.
A Cum Laude graduate from U.C. Berkeley with an Award for Academic and Theatrical Excellence, Ms. Im, who was born in South Korea, makes her home in New York City.