Jasmine Law (Soprano)
Jasmine Law began her vocal training at the HKAPA, where she studied with Katusha Tsui-Fraser and Peter Lally. Jasmine received numerous prizes and scholarships, including the Hong Kong Welse Male Voice Choir scholarship and a full scholarship from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund to support her Master of Music Concert Project course at the Royal Academy of Music in London, under the tutelage of Joy Mammen, Iain Ledingham and Robert Aldwinckle.
Jasmine has performed Mimi in Puccini’s La Boheme, with MusicaViva in 2014. On the concert platform, Jasmine has performed a wide range of repertoire from Baroque to modern music. In recent years she has established an extensive repertoire of contemporary music including the world premiere of Koji Tomotani's "Poems of HIROSHIMA III", Lee Gene-woo's "Phonogram for Soprano" at the East Asian New Music Festival, and studio recording of Grenville Richard Harding's Pentecostal Symphony on Revelation TV in UK. In 2012, she made her Hong Kong Arts Festival debut performing the protagonist June, in Angel Lam's new cross-over production June Lovers, conducted by Perry So. Jasmine became the first ever Hong Kong soprano to perform Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire in Hong Kong with the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble, under the baton of contemporary music maverick Paul Zukofsky. In 2013, she played a narrator in the first Cantonese version of Stravinsky's Histoire du Soldat conducted by Bright Sheng. In January 2014, she performed in the Asian premiere of Fausto Romitelli’s video opera An Index of Metals with the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble conducted by Manuel Nawri. She was the soprano soloist in Kafka Fragments by Gyorgy Kurtag in New Vision Arts Festival (HK) in collaboration with Alice Theatre Laboratory in November 2014. Her Italian concert debut, the world premiere of Fausto Tuscano’s composition in the Right Profit Guitar Festival in Citta della Pieve received critical acclaim. Jasmine has sung in local and world premieres of works by Dominick Argento, Eli Marshall, Craig Pepples and Tan Dun.
Jasmine is now Artistic Director of RapsoVoce Performance Collective under which she curates and performs unusual vocal repertoire in concert events.