Soprano Jeanso was born in Seoul Korea. She received as A.A. degree in Music from Miami Dade Community College, a B.A. Degree in Performing Arts from Florida International University, and an Opera Theater Performance Degree from the New World Conservatory of Arts in Miami, Florida, and has received a Master of Arts (M.A Degree) at Nova Southeastern University.
Jeanso's musical background is very impressive. She has preformed in numerous operas under the baton of the leading conductor Maestro Willie Waters and has studied and been coached by Maestro Steve Crawford of the Metropolitan Opera in New York, as well as by Cliff Jackson, Chesne Ryman, and Sara Hopkins among others. Critics have acclaimed Jeanso's voice as being "a beautiful warm voice that touches the heart", "an angelic sound", "One great voice that is powerful, but still velvet", "a high voice that sounds like a bell". Her exquisite voice interprets songs into an extraordinary form.
She is an opera singer, a recitalist, a private voice teacher, a choir director, a conductor and choreographer. Jeanso had had the leading role in such great performances as "Die Zauberflote" (The Queen of the Night) by Mozart, "Suor Angelica" (Suor Angelica by Puccini, "Madama Butterfly" (Cio-Cio San) by Puccini, "La Traviata" (Violetta) by Verdi, "La Nozze Di Figaro" (Countess) by Mozart and many others. She focuses on operas, concerts, oratorios, recitals, chamber music, art songs, Broadway Music and secular music as well.
Jeanso is presently studying voice with Jenna Young and is being coached by Sergio Puig. She is an exquisite artist who has great musicianship.