Chai-lun Yueh, an exciting, dramatic baritone and the only Chinese-born American musician to receive a preliminary Grammy Award nomination.
Newly released CD albums "24 Italian Songs and Arias of the 17th and 18th Centuries" and "Infinite Time, Chinese Classical Art Songs" have been receiving overwhelmingly strong praises and acknowledgments from both the media and professional critics.
He has been featured on TV, Radio stations and his voice has been heard over 20 countries. He is the recipient of 2013 Global Music Awards also is a Gold Award winner of 2012, 2013 Prestige Music Awards.
Born and raised in an artistic family, Mr. Yueh graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music of China and became one of the rising stars and major promising young performing artists of his generation. After receiving his Artist Diploma and Master of Music degrees with highest honor from The Hartt School, University of Hartford, he continued his advanced studies with Mrs. Marlena Malas, one of the greatest voice professors in the nation, at The Julliard School and Manhattan School of Music in New York City.
Mr. Yueh was the winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Auditions, Luciano Pavarotti International Vocal competitions. He is the member of National Music Honor Society, and National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS). Mr. Yueh has been teaching at University of Texas, Wesleyan University, Trinity College, Miss Porter School, Farmington, and The Hartford Conservatory. (Chairman, Department of Voice).
Mr. Yueh has been serving as Board Director and Chairman of Concert Committee of CONCORA (Connecticut’s premier professional chamber choir), the Vocal coach of the Concert Choir at Wesleyan University, the Music Director of the Connecticut Woman’s Chorale, the Artistic Director of KangHua Singers of Greater Hartford and SYGQ Chorus.