Hailed as a “clear, agile soprano” (The Georgia Straight), Vancouver, Canada, native Jane Long performs as a chamber singer, concert soloist, and recitalist. As a soloist, Jane has performed with the Victoria Symphony, Pacific Musicworks, Symphony Nova Scotia, and recitals with Juno nominated pianist, Jane Coop.  Jane has had the honor of studying with renowned musicians including Emma Kirkby, Andreas Scholl, Richard Egarr, and Ellen Hargis, and performing alongside accomplished artists like Suzie Leblanc, Sarah Connolly, Marc Destrubé, Laura Pudwell, and Charles Daniels. Some of her highlights include a staged performance of 17thCentury Italian song with Stephen Stubbs and Pacific Musicworks, a cross Canada tour of an innovative new and early music program with Arkora music collective, and performances as a soprano soloist in Early Music Vancouver’s all-women tour of Vivaldi Gloria and Magnificat, led by Monica Huggett. She sings with ensembles such as Seraphic Fire (Miami, Florida), True Concord (Tucson, Arizona), Spire (Kansas City, Missouri), Arkora (Vancouver, BC) and Vancouver Chamber Choir as an ensemble singer.  Jane received her Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of British Columbia and her Masters of Music in Vocal Performance from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, England. She now works as a free-lance artist and lives in Washington State with her husband and three young children.  During the COVID-19 crisis, she enjoyed staying home with family, pottery, and gardening.