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Meg Burke Photography - Randy Ho

Tenor Randy Ho is a vibrant performer from Denver, CO. 


Starting his singing journey because of a piece of candy, Randy has been actively singing since a young age and has always loved telling stories and bringing characters to life.

Currently, Randy Ho is an Artist in Residence at Opera Colorado. Performing a diverse range of characters, including Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni) and Philistine Messenger (Samson et Delilah), Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore), and Ramiro (Cenerentola). During the 2022-2023 season, as a Jan Miller Studio Artist at Pensacola Opera, Randy performed in their productions of La Bohème and Carousel, following his professional debut with Opera Saratoga as Ernesto (Don Pasquale). In the upcoming summer season, Randy will be covering the role of Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore and participating in the world premiere of Gregory Spears' opera, The Righteous, and La traviata at Santa Fe Opera.


Randy has gained recognition through his involvement in esteemed programs and competitions such as Carnegie Hall's Song Studio. A finalist in the Premiere Opera Foundation Voice Competition and recently a Regional Finalist for the Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition. Additionally, Randy has showcased his vocal prowess as a concert soloist with prominent ensembles, including The National Repertory Orchestra, Pensacola Choral Society, and The Denver Spirituals Project.


Randy enjoys playing golf, ice skating, and spending time with friends and family when not singing. Especially in new cities, Randy loves exploring and finding hidden gems. 

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