Soh Young Lee-Segredo was honoree from Hofstra University National Center for Suburban Studies during its Annual Diversity Gala which took place in Uniondale Mariott’s Hotel.
Some of the attended were Hempstead School District Superintendent Susan Johnson, Principal Richard Brown, North Shore Feinstein Research Institute Community Advisory Board leader Gila Klien, leaders from Korean community, Mildred from Multicultural Choir, my mom and family who are always supporting me.
Instead of accepting speech, I sang Shin Arirang ( Classical Korean song)
Journeys: Soh Young Lee and Friends
Where: Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University
Who: Soprano Soh Young Lee takes a musical journey around the globe, with an eclectic repertoire of opera, art song, folk music, and pop. With her crystalline voice and warm stage presence, Lee performs Native American, Korean, Chinese, Indian, Filipino, and Russian songs, sounding out her solidarity with the global village.
Asian Heritage Festival 2012 – Charles B. Wang Center – Stony Brook University
You can see ruins and where Sohyoung Lee-Segredo sang is open theatre. The trip was lead by Suffolk County Turkish Cultural Center and ‘Common Ground’ by members from LI were invited.
July 27th 2012 – Soh Young records her album Home…Where the Heart is.
2012 US Taekwondo Eucation Foundation Global Children Taekwondo Festival in Times Square, NYC, NY Fri, June 8 featuring Soh Young Lee-Segredo, Daniel Segredo and Rachel Lalmansingh (Trumpet )singing American and Korean National Anthems