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Madison Chase is a North Carolina based musician. Her style has been referred to as Creepy Pop, Circus Pop, Chamber Pop and Dark Cabaret and draws influence from classical, pop, industrial and jazz. As a multi-instrumentalist Madison began studying piano at the age of six, and by twelve she had moved her focus to cello, in addition to picking up guitar and bass along the way.
In addition to writing and performing her own music, Madison has performed as a cellist in several high school and public philharmonic orchestras, performed as an accompanying cellist on Ryan K Hamlin's "Virginia," and has also begun writing film scores. She is currently a high school student at the North Carolina School of Arts and has been accepted to the California Institute of the Arts where she plans to continue to evolve her art.