Rose Jang is an internationally acclaimed Korean-American crossover soprano who is well-known for singing operatic arias, musical and classic pop songs. Rose began her career at the young age of four classically training in voice, piano, and violin. She was accepted into the Manhattan School of Music at the age of five. She was a first violinist and concertmaster of her high school orchestra and the New Jersey Youth Symphony. At 17, she performed a sold out concert at Carnegie Hall. Rose has reached a record-breaking number one on domestic and international music charts for her rendition of the song "Memory" from the musical "Cats." Possessing a voice that transcends musical boundaries, she has been compared with the likes of Celine Dion, Barbara Streisand, and Elaine Paige. Rose is a graduate of Smith College. She has also attended The Julliard School, The Manhattan School of Music, and The University of London at Goldsmiths College and NYU's musical theatre school Cap 21. Rose plays the role of Ambassador for many organizations including the Korean Tourism Office and UNESCO. Currently, she holds the title of Ambassador for Jeju Island, A New 7 Wonder of Nature. In 2011, Rose campaigned for Jeju Island to become one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature with a sold out solo concert at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Rose was recently chosen as one of Korea’s "10 Most Shining Stars" by Arirang Television Network. Arirang TV, a popular network in Asia, aired a documentary of her life in music that was broadcast in 170 countries around the world reaching an audience of 150 million people. Rose has won a number of awards for her accomplishments in music including the award for "Outstanding Vocalist" in the "Classical" category at the South Korean Entertainment Awards. She has also received the "Special" award at Asia’s largest music festival, The Asia Song Festival. Rose has performed at major events including the inaugural ceremony of former South Korean President Lee Myung Bak, an event celebrating U.N. Secretary General Ban, Ki-Moon, the opening of the Asia Song Festival, Pridefest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she performed alongside legendary R&B vocalist Patti Labelle, the 2006 World Cup in South Korea, the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, and at the 2010 South Korean Formula One Grand Prix where she performed the national anthem for 600 million viewers worldwide. Rose is currently working on a project that will allow her to promote Korean culture globally. She has since sold out concerts halls internationally with her renditions of Korean traditional folk songs. Rose is a former spokesmodel for LANCOME cosmetics and was featured in Elle, Vogue, and Marie Claire magazines. Since 2005, Rose has released five albums and a DVD of a live concert she held at Seoul Arts Center. Her albums and DVDs are sold internationally through iTunes and Amazon. Rose is currently signed with MNET, the largest record label in Korea, Sense Music, MDV, and Warner Music, Korea. In September 2012, Rose was named one of the “Power Women of New York” and was featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine. Rose was born in Princeton, NJ, USA. She currently resides, performs, and records between New York City and London.