Joey Jang is a tenor and organist based in Toronto. He completed his Bachelor of Music degree in Voice Performance at the University of Toronto, graduating with honours. During his time there, Joey was selected as a soloist for performances of Bach's Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12 (with MacMillan Singers) and Handel's Messiah (with Schola Cantorum). He has also sung the role of Pete Peterson in U of T Opera's production of Britten's Paul Bunyan.
Outside of U of T, Joey has performed solo recitals at the Metropolitan United Church, as part of the Noon at Met Concert Series. He is currently the principal cantor/organist at St. Mark's Catholic Church, a cantor at St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica, a section lead in the Metropolitan Festival Choir, and was a Sidgwick Scholar in the Orpheus Choir of Toronto. He is a graduate of St. Michael's Choir School. Joey has performed the roles of Priest and Armed Man in Mozart's The Magic Flute with Toronto City Opera, and performed at the 2018 Toronto Summer Music Festival as an Art of Song Fellow.
He has now begun his studies towards a Juris Doctor degree at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University.