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Fenni Chen

Soprano

 

Hsueh-Fen (Fenni) Chen was born in Taiwan, Taipei and went to the high school at Taipei Hwa Kang Arts School. In 1999, she came to the US where she continued her voice training at Carnegie Mellon University. After two years, she transferred to Boston Conservatory's Department of Music, pursuing a degree in vocal performance.

During the summer of 2005, Fenni performed in over 16 concerts during a tour of Italy and Switzerland which included solo performances with chamber orchestra. In 2005 and 2006, Fenni was invited by the Taiwanese Embassy to sing the country's national anthem on Taiwan National Day at Boston Copley Plaza. On the 4th of July 2006, She was invited once again by the Taiwanese Embassy to sing at The McCoy Stadium for the highly publicized Team Taiwan vs. Team USA baseball game.

In 2007, Ms. Chen attended the University of Massachusetts to complete her undergraduate degree. On May 10th, 2007, Fenni represented the University of Massachusetts as a soloist in Boston's Symphony Hall with the Boston pops orchestra. Fenni later was the Honorable Mention Award recipient of the International Chinese Vocal Competition in New York City on October 17th of that year.

In 2008, Fenni began her acting career and traveled to Asia as a vocal soloist and actress. She represented the United States in an International Vocal Competition in Beijing, China as well as achieving great acclaim as a Taiwanese Soprano in televised programming and magazine media.

Ms. Chen continues to perform worldwide with her highly dramatic and uniquely lyrical voice that has captivated audiences in Asia, North America and Europe. Currently she is the featured artist of Christian Dior events in Boston, Massachusetts while continuing to receive several performance invitations for various functions and events across the U.S., Asia and Europe. Fenni's singing and performance style combines the essence of modern Western operas and the feminine charms of her native country of Taiwan.