Jae Park is studied Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education at Cal State Long Beach. He has performed in the Chamber Choir, the University Choir, and the Men’s Chorus. With the Chamber Choir, he has performed at ACDA Conventions, and won the first prize at the Choir of the World Competition in 2017. He also studied Bachelor of Arts degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Southern California. During his study at the institution, he performed with USC Concert Choir and the Chamber Singers under the direction of Magen Solomon and Jo-Michael Scheibe respectively. Some of the guest conductors he has worked with are Paul Salamunovich and Helmuth Rilling. He also studied voice with Gary Glaze.
Jae currently sings with The Golden Bridge Choir, The Credo Catholic Choir, Choir of St. Therese, The Clarion Singers and the Choir of St. James, for whom he is also the resident cantor.
Baritone Michael Miersma has been singing with the Saint James choir since 2019. In Los Angeles, he performs with the L.A. Choral Lab, Tonality and the Los Angeles Master Chorale.
He can also be heard as a session vocalist for movies, TV and other media as both a singer and voice-over artist. Michael is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AGMA and is originally from Portland, Oregon.
A lover of new music and performance, Anna Schubert recently created the role of Bibi in the world premiere of Ellen Reid’s opera, p r i s m. It debuted at both LA Opera and at the Prototype Festival in late 2018 and early 2019, directed by James Darrah and conducted by both Julian Wachner and Daniela Candillari, and garnered glowing reviews; Anna’s performance was described as “revelatory” (Catherine Womack, I Care If You Listen). p r i s m won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Music, which led to an album release of the opera on the Decca Gold label, as well as several performances over the 2019|20 season at Theatro Municipal de São Paulo and the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.
Anna made her debut on the LA new music scene with The Industry in 2015, singing the ethereal soprano role of L in Anne LeBaron’s scenes from LSD: The Opera, first with Marc Lowenstein and Wild Up, and again a few months later in a staged version with Partch and under the baton of Christopher Rountree. In 2017, she made her debut with Opera Omaha singing the role of the Controller in their production of Jonathan Dove’s Flight, where she was pleased to collaborate again with conductor Christopher Rountree and for the first time with director James Darrah. In 2018, she made her soloist debut with Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil in Bernstein’s Mass, directed by Elkhanah Pulitzer and choreographed by Laurel Jenkins. That production inspired a remount at Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, where she reprised her role under the baton of Louis Langrée; the Wall Street Journal listed her as a “standout among the street-chorus soloists.” Read more about Anna on her website…