About Me

musician and teacher

Jane Soh

A versatile player, Jane has never limited herself to any particular genre or format. To date, she has played with everyone from American pop rock bands like Hanson, to classical orchestras like the New England Philharmonic. Top prize winner of the Atlantic Symphony’s Concerto Competition in 2016, she now holds a substitute position with the Atlantic Symphony and Boston Lyric Opera, and is a regular guest player with the Boston Civic Symphony as well as Mercury Orchestra. She also enjoys working with choirs, having played iconic works such as Britten’s Ceremony of Carols for solo harp and choir, among other works. Her experience also extends to operas, with notable performances including the North End Music and Performing Arts Center’s production of Puccini’s La Boheme in Boston, as well as the massive production of Vaughan William’s A Pilgrim’s Progress in New Orleans, Massachusetts.



As a solo musician, Jane is honored to have been a featured soloist in the Atlantic Symphony’s Classical Uncorked recital series. She also played for Princess Takamado of Japan in the 6th US-Japan Youth Forum where she served concurrently as a panelist representing Singapore.



Jane holds a master of music degree in harp performance as well as a graduate performance diploma from the Boston Conservatory, where she studied with world-renowned harpist Ina Zdorovetchi. Other principal teachers include Yu-Hsin Huang and Wong Kae Chee. She has also received coaching from artists such as Catrin Finch, Elinor Bennett, Agnes Clement, Naoko Yoshino, Chantal Mathieu, Deborah Fleisher, Elizabeth Hainen, Rita Constanzi, Cynthia Price-Glynn and Maria Luisa Rayan. She also studied piano with Timothy Ku and Shane Thio, voice with soprano Jeong Ae-Ree, liuqin with Singapore Chinese Orchestra zhongruan principal Zhang Rong Hui, and music theory with Josephine Koh.


Jane obtained her bachelor of arts and social sciences degree from the National University of Singapore where she majored in Japanese studies and English literature. Though Jane has played for audiences in Singapore, the UK, Japan and the United States, she currently divides her time between Boston, China and Singapore. When she is not playing the harp, you can probably find her indulging her reading or love of writing.

If you would like to contact Jane, please don’t hesitate to email her at jane@jane.sg or fill out a contact form.

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