Truth by Jassy Husk: A Charity Gala for The SubstationOrganised by: The Substation
Performed by: Jassy Husk
Get ready to be entertained at the TRUTH concert where Jassy Husk will showcase her musical brilliance in a charity gala in aid of The Substation.
Audiences will experience her vocal versatility and finesse throughout the evening, which is staged in the intimate setting of the Substation Theatre. This creative and convincing show will not just delight through song, but also visually with the presentation of works by contemporary visual artist Benjamin von Wong and Minhwa artist Sissy Park.
Jassy will be performing a repertoire of popular and familiar classics: from La Vie en Rose, West Side Story's Somewhere There's a Place For Us to A Midsummer Night's Dream, and invites the audience to celebrate the beauty of nature through pieces such as Songs of the Auvergne (Bailero) and Xinjiang folksong, Maylia Variations 瑪依拉變奏曲.
About Jassy Husk
Based in Singapore and the UK, Australian-born soprano Jassy Husk is an international award-winning, critically-acclaimed music artist who performs in both classical and popular genres. Husk has worked with opera world luminaries Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Richard Bonynge Order of Australia CBE, Gerald Martin Moore, and Richard Miller.
The bel canto agility of Husk's voice coupled with a powerful timbre have led to effortless strides into engagements with electronic dance music group The Young Punx (2010) and Dutch housegroup, Beatfreakz (2006). Pete Tong MBE, featured Husk on his UK No.1 Album Ibiza Classics in 2017. Husk has also performed on blockbuster films such as The Hobbit and Snow White and the Huntsman.
She has received numerous awards: Bel Canto Award Italy, finalist in the McDonald's Operatic Aria Award, Sydney Opera House; English Opera and Art Song, Sydney Eisteddfod; DJ Mazda Operatic Aria Award, Australia; Thomas Hopkins Vocal Championships; Australian National Association of Singing Teachers; NYIOP International Opera Auditions, Berlin, Komische Oper as well as a sponsorship by the Tate Memorial Trust, Australia and the Concordia Foundation.
Husk attended the Wales International Academy of Voice where she received a master's degree with distinction. Prior to this, she attended the Royal College of Music. After which she joined the British Youth Opera in 2005, where she performed Romeo and Juliet, Gounod, and Cosi Fan Tutti. In 2010. Husk was invited to attend the English National Opera as part of its Opera Works programme. Additional opera performances include Don Giovanni, Fidelio, The Marriage of Figaro, The Magic Flute, Die Fledermaus and Tosca.