Agnes Quilicot is an all-round musician. She is a vocalist, a conductor, an instrumentalist and a composer.
Apart from holding a degree in Choral Conducting with concentration on voice and Liturgical Music Composition Studies, Quilicot also holds a degree of Psychology and Theatre Arts.
Quilicot trained with the three-time World Grand Prix Champion Choir, the Philippine Madrigal Singers under the direction of the late Prof. Andrea O. Veneracion and Mark Carpio. She has also performed as an opera singer in various opera productions in the Philippines, Hong Kong and China.
Quilicot is experienced in both elementary music education and choral conducting. Under her baton, the choirs have won numerous awards including the “Champion in Kindergarten Music Activities” at the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival and international competitions by the International Vocal Union, the Asian Choir Association, the China Music Association (Hong Kong), the Choir Union of Guangdong Musician Union and the International Federation of Choral Music. She was recently featured at the Third Asian International Choir Festival where she conducted a choir with the Italian conductor and choral music expert, Dr. Andrea Angelini.
Quilicot became a Vienna Boys Choir Certified Music Pedagogue in 2015 after her intensive music training in the Vienna Boys Choir.