Randy Ho graduated with a marketing degree from the Daniels College of Business
Opera Colorado has announced its slate of 2023-24 Artists in Residence, and they include Daniels College of Business alumnus Randy Ho (BA 2020, BSBA 2020), a tenor.
Ho graduated from the University of Denver in 2020, earning a Bachelor of Music in Performance from the Lamont School of Music, as well as a marketing degree from the Daniels. He went on to earn his Master of Music at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, where he performed five opera roles before graduating in 2022.
After graduate school, Ho won a spot as a Young Artist with Pensacola Opera for their 2022-23 season. He performed the role of Parpignol in “La bohème” and covered Rodolfo, a role that he looks forward to doing in the near future. He also performed as Enoch Snow in “Carousel.”
Most recently, Ho participated in the summer program of Opera Saratoga, where he made his debut in the role of Ernesto in Donizetti’s “Don Pasquale.”
Opera Colorado auditions over 400 emerging artists each year from the nation’s top graduate schools for its Artist in Residence Program. During their eight-month residency, the selected artists bring opera to schools across the Rocky Mountain region and also perform in events throughout the year in Denver. The 2023-24 artists will perform Rossini’s “Cinderella” and Donizetti’s “The Elixir of Love” and will be featured in the Student Matinee of “Don Giovanni” in the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
Ho looks forward to making his debut as Nemorino in “The Elixir of Love,” Don Ramiro in “Cinderella,” Don Ottavio in Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” and the Philistine Messenger in “Samson et Delilah.”
Learn more about Randy Ho at www.randyhotenor.com