In addition to her role as a classical singer, Baza Quan also played piano and sang. She wrote her own songs and performed with her sister and brother in various local music groups. She composed the “Hagu” song, the alma mater of Notre Dame High School, and a number of other popular songs. The group’s popularity led them to form a band called Hytones, which was formed in 1994.
The two sisters, Baza and Alyssa, are natives of the village of Sinajana in central Guam. Their parents were both teachers. They were active in the community and had several children. After graduating, Baza was an honor student at the University of Guam and graduated with the Chi Omicron Gamma National Honor Society. She also obtained her MBA at the University of Phoenix. She is a CFRM certified fundraiser and is a member of the National Association of Fundraising Professionals.
She is a native of Sinajana, a town in central Guam. She is the daughter of Jesus A. Baza and Josefa C. Baza. She has six siblings. She attended the Academy of Our Lady of Guam, an all-girls high school. She graduated with the highest honors, including being a member of the National Honor Society. After graduation, Baza continued her education at the University of Phoenix. She is a CFRM certified fundraising professional.