Artist Profile

Certified Undergraduate

Jane Wee

Quezon City , PH-00, PHL


Classical SingerUndergraduate

Soprano JANE WEE started her musical journey at the age of 14 when she joined the Hope Christian High School choir, the hope chorale, under the guidance of an Alumna of the UP Madrigal Singers, Darlene Yu, later on, under the guidance of the Mandaluyong Children’s choir Musical Director, Sir Sebastian Trinidad.

During her college years, Jane has been an active performer in opera productions and concerts including performances held by the Klassical Music Foundation. In 2013, she became part of an ensemble of Carmen by G. Bizet produced by the Philippine Lyric Opera Company under baton of Maestro William Barkhymer and the direction of Laurice Guillen. 2014, she was the 3rd woodsprite in Rusalka by A. Dvorak produced by the UP College of Music under the baton of Maestro Josefino Toledo and the direction of Prof. Alegria Ferrer. At the same year, she became a scholar of the Klassical Music Foundation under the Philippine Mcdonalds corporation chairman, Dr. George Yang. In 2016 and 2017, she played La Ciesca in Gianni Schicchi by G. Puccini produced by the in Philippine Lyric Company and she became part of an ensemble of Noli Me Tangere by Felipe Padilla de Leon produced by J & S Productions. She then competed at the National Music Competition for Young Artists (NAMCYA) and finished as a Semi-finalist. She was also one of the budding singers at the 2nd intercollegiate vocal summit held at the University of the Philippines, College of Music. In 2018, she performed as one of the soloists of OperaJuan’s concert production “Of Thrones and Tiaras”. In February 2019, she was the featured soloist at the Paco Park Presents together with Obel Alalong as Collaborative artist. She also participated in the Classical Vocal Competition held last May 2019 at the Grand Sheraton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. She has worked with Filipino tenor, Arthur Spiritu, Maestra Gloria Dizon Coronel and has attended masterclasses with London-based Professor, Susan Waters, Russian conductor, Maestro Alexander Vikulov and Japanese Soprano Yumiko Hayashi.

She finished her degree and graduated as Cum Laude at the University of Santo Tomas, Conservatory of Music under the tutelage of Asst. Prof. Randy Gilongo.

She is currently working as a Voice Teacher in Jimmy Antiporda’s Music Studio, the Music Masters Studio in Capitol Hills, Old Balara, Quezon City and is part of the Pasipo Vocal Ensemble.