Jamie Lee

Jamie Lee, a Singaporean, has been appointed as the President of Harmonia Holdings Asia Pacific since December 2023. She established the Shanghai branch office to coordinate and manage Harmonia’s existing business in the Asia-Pacific region, and additionally with her strong background in Artist management, is promoting Harmonia to become artist agency representing internationally renowned artists & musical creators, including composer Frank Wildhorn and well-known American violinist Joshua Bell.  Her job scope includes concert & musical productions, musical & plays licensing, artist management, art education, etc. With a consistent passion & love for the performing art industry, she continues to innovate and launch various new projects, committed to serving audiences all over the world.  Jamie is determined to bring world-class projects and artists to Asia, promote the exchange and learning of domestic and foreign artistic creative talents, and strive to improve domestic artistic standards in all aspects including creation, production, performance and other fields, and contribute to the integration of local artistic undertakings with the international community.


In 2011, Jamie founded NEWBILITY in Hong Kong, followed by Shanghai company in 2012. Since the pandemic, NEWBILITY headquarter is moved to Singapore with a branch office in Taiwan. The company’s main business includes: classical cross-over concerts, IP authorized concerts, artist management and symphony orchestra tours, customized performing arts event production, music education promotion and planning, concert hall acoustical consulting etc. Since 2012 till today, she has produced more than 40 Disney concerts, such as the Pixar in Concert, Disney Fantasia, & her latest Disney Fantasy Symphony Live in Concert. In 2019, she was authorized by Japan’s Sanrio to produce and tour “Hello Kitty Kingdom of Ribbons Interactive Concert” and tour in greater China area; followed by the premier of “Hello Kitty Kingdom of Ribbons Symphony Orchestra Concert” in Taiwan ROC in 2022.  Since December 2023, NEWBITLIY has been acquired by HARMONIA and is now the arm for handling artist management and concert business for HARMONIA.


Prior to setting up her own company, Jamie worked for Japan’s renowned classical music agency, KAJIMOTO in Tokyo.  In 2005, she was posted to Shanghai and served as the chief representative for KAJIMOTO’s Shanghai office. She later established Kajimoto (Shanghai) Business Consulting Co., Ltd. and served as General Manager. During this period, she developed and penetrated the Chinese classical music market; headed numerous high profile projects, catalyzing many world-renowned artists to China for their premier concert tours; such as Charles Dutoit’s first collaboration with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra (2005); Maurizio Pollini’s first piano recital in China at the Beijing Music Festival (2006); Joe Hisaishi’s very first concert tour in China (2007); Claudio Abbado’s debut in China with a full week of the Lucerne Festival’s in Beijing, held at the National Center for the Performing Arts (2009). Another highlight of her career then, was that she represented world most famous acoustician Yasuhisa Toyota, and participated in the acoustic design of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Concert Hall.


Her outstanding achievements in performing art brokerage, concert planning, as well as her in-depth understanding and professional attitude towards the performing arts industry, have been favored and recognized by many artists, agencies and industry insiders, which she has established deep relationships with.


Armed with a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) followed by University of Utah in Salt Lake City, the United States, Jamie has a great passion for music education and takes music teaching as her first job. In 2000, She was headhunted and offered the very first Music Education Manager position at the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.  In order to help children to understand and appreciate classical music in a more fun and interesting way, she published two books; in 2002 with the support of the National Arts Council of Singapore (NAC), she wrote her first English music appreciation storybook “Musical Adventure of Maestrosaurus”, published by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra; in 2014, she re-wrote the expanded version in Chinese, renaming “The Big Music Discovery”, published by the Shanghai Music Publisher. 


Now, at Harmonia Holdings, Jamie cultivated a new passion for musical actors’ training. This new project is to facilitate artistic exchanges for college students through master classes at Broadway summer camps. The project aims to help students in Asia to experience the authentic life of a Broadway actor, and to promote professional achievement thru personal improvement and development under professional training.