Yutong Yang

Yutong Yang

Yutong Yang (she/her) is a trilingual opera journalist based in Shenzhen, China. Having joined the women-led 26K platform 360° of Opera® in June as Blog Contributor, she has published 13 articles to date, covering La Traviata (Wiener Staatsoper), The Townhouse Series (The Frederick R. Koch Foundation), The No One’s Rose (Matthew Aucoin), World Singing Day, and Pride Month. She strives to bridge languages and cultures while uplifting marginalized voices.


Artist Spotlight: Adrienne Boris

Adrienne Boris has always felt comfortable traversing multiple worlds and wearing multiple hats, as performer/director/producer of theater and opera, focusing equally on new work and old. She is now serving as the Executive Producer and Stage Director at Harvard University’s Lowell House Opera, the longest continually performing opera company in New England, as Chief
Strategy Officer at Helios Opera, and as Booking Manager at ADA Artist Management, but her artistic journey started at a community theater company outside Boston. Her parents, a lawyer and a sociologist, caught the theater bug when she was very young, and used to take her to rehearsals, where she would sing along to herself, and even appeared in children’s choruses a
few times. “I began seeing myself as a serious arts practitioner and pre-professional from a very early age, and my parents are my biggest supporters to this day,” she tells CS Music.