BIOGRAPHY

Madam Sen

Operatic Geisha Soprano Singer-Songwriter

 

From traditional opera to dance music to Japanese ballads, Madam Sen creates new possibilities in the world of classical voice.

 

Madam Sen was featured in Forbes Magazine for her performance at the "Estate of Zen" lifestyle event, which infused Japanese cultural elements and traditions with her portrayal of a Madam Butterfly aria-singing geisha. 

 

In addition to appearing in many professional opera productions, she has performed in numerous private corporate events, weddings, parties, festivals, and concerts.

 

Madam Sen sings in English, Italian, German, Spanish, and Japanese. Her repertoire includes classic wedding themes (including songs such as "Ave Maria") and popular opera arias (Puccini, Mozart, Schubert, and others). She can also perform classical crossover songs (such as "Time to Say Goodbye") or traditional music ("Amazing Grace").

 

Born in Hiroshima, Japan, Madam Sen discovered her love for singing in the U.S. and began her vocal training in Los Angeles. While focusing on the timeless power of opera, she explored different genres, creating a unique, personal style and honing her professional abilities as a street performer in Santa Monica.

 

Combining the worlds of classical vocals with both traditional and modern arrangements, she seeks to create a connection between all people through the power of music.

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PRESS

The Japanese Entertainment paper 

Weekly LALALA Interview May 21 2021, vol.898

http://lalalausa.com/

「音楽は、どんな時でも私たちの側にあり、癒し、なぐさめてくれる愛そのもの」

"Music is love that is always on our side, healing and comforting. "

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VISIONQUEST SOUND Interview 

 

New Album Releases "Kachoufugetsu" (“The Beauties of Nature”) 

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Voyage LA Magazine Interview 

 

LA’s Most Inspiring Stories

「LAの最も心に強く訴えるストーリ」

 

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あなたの仕事哲学って何ですか?

 Zero-Hachi Rock Interview 

https://www.zerohachirock.com/single-post/philosophy270

 

'What I want to convey the most through music is Love and Devotion'