Jodie Khan’s interest in music began in her formative years in the New Apostolic Church. She later decided to further her education by doing a short course in the Certificate Programme at Stellenbosch University in 2012. She completed her Higher Certificate in 2013 and a Performance Diploma in 2016. She has sung the soprano solo in Mozart’s Requiem and Coronation Mass as well as Handel’s Laudate pueri dominum with Canticum Novum, in the past two years. She has also performed with the likes of Pauline Nobes, Andrea Scholl as part of an ensemble performing the Bach’s Mass in B minor in both South Africa and Germany and with Cape Town Opera’s African Angels in South Africa, Germany and Switzerland. Khan has won the Mabel Quick singers bursary and has been awarded many academic bursaries over her years of study for example, SAMRO and Myra Chapman bursaries. She is currently teaching voice at Stellenbosch University as a part- time lecturer. Other current engagements are, ad hoc chorus member at Cape Town Opera, and Gretel in Cape Town Opera’s production of Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel.