Meg Tsai


Praised for her “most genuine performing” by Birmingham Post (UK), Meng-Jung Meg Tsai is a soprano originally from Taipei, Taiwan and currently based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Meg has performed as a soloist in concert and for various engagements with Diversitá Opera Arts Company, Dallas Classical Singers, Opera ShortsLewisville Lake Symphony International Chamber Series, Louisiana Tech UniversityGreater Dallas Taiwanese Chamber of CommerceFormosa Chorus of Dallas, and Flower Mound United Methodist Church. Meg was most recently seen as Annina in La Traviata with National Taiwan Symphony OrchestraLola in Cavalleria rusticana with The Louisiana OperaNarrator in The Hiding Tree with Spotlight on Opera, and Polly Peachum in Die DreigroschenoperColette in Le Devin du Village, and Noémie in Cendrillon with UNT Opera. Meg is the winner of the Cecil Drew Oratorio Prize and the Birmingham Conservatoire Singing Prize. During her studying in England, she played in Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Die Zauberflöte, Purcell’s The Fairy Queen, Dido and Aeneas, and Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along. She holds her Master of Music and Post Graduate Diploma from Birmingham City University Birmingham Conservatoire, UK, and her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Catholic Fu-Jen University in Taipei, and a Certificate in Television Director of Performing Arts from Taiwan Ministry of Culture. She is a member and former young artist at National Taiwan Opera Studio. She is now a Doctoral Candidate at UNT College of Music.

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