Julie Anne San Jose wows televiewers with her singing in Latin via ‘Maria Clara at Ibarra’ series - TrueID

Julie Anne San Jose wows televiewers with her singing in Latin via ‘Maria Clara at Ibarra’ series

LionhearTVOctober 14, 2022

Julie Anne San Jose wowed televiewers with her singing in Latin via the new historical portal fantasy series, Maria Clara at Ibarra.

On the October 10 episode of the series, San Jose sang Ave Maria, a Latin prayer song that uses the melody of Franz Shubert’s Ellens Gesang III.

Aside from singing, she also played the piano, which amazed the Netizens.

“The ethereal Julie Anne San Jose singing Ave Maria as Maria Clara! Bravo Julie!” @JulienitedPH captioned.

“That’s why Julie Anne San Jose is Maria Clara. You can’t fake that beautiful singing voice and piano-playing. You just can’t. #MCIICameFromTheFuture,”@celluloidsurfer said.

“Grabe!! Indeed, that AVE MARIA sequence.was enchanting and melancholic. What a voice you have! @MyJaps #MCIICameFromTheFuture,” @imkapusofangirl posted.

“No one suits the role of Maria Clara more than @MyJaps! I mean, look at that! She deserves the praise too! Lalo na nung kinanta niya ang Ave Maria with her piano skills! And also the role of Padre Salvi, kinilabutan ako kanina! Keep it up @GMADrama #MCIICameFromTheFuture,” @fallingshryn17 stated.

“Among the characters in #MariaClaraAtIbarra, It’s @MyJaps as Maria Clara has the most difficult & challenging role, from speaking fluent Spanish & deep Tagalog in a soft voice to singing & playing instruments, & her lamentation while praying,” @Lianne_Japs21 shared.

“Grabe the transition of struggles of Barbie Forteza and Dennis Trillo with the chant of Ave Maria sang by Julie Anne San Jose are just so perfect,” @nardjohn19 posted.

“NAH, CUZ MISS JULIE ANNE SAN JOSE KILLED IT MAN, THAT AVE MARIA WAS,” @wandaservant tweeted.

The said episode became the top trending topic on Twitter Philippines. It received a combined rating of 14.5 from GMA and GTV.

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