On a Paris morning, in April of 1967, a singer surged into this world! Even when within the confines of her strict catholic upbringing, Synthia found liberation in her voice.
In her early 20's, Synthia joined a parisian theater company, where she acted and performed in modern and classic style plays and through this company she discovered "La Commedia Dell'Arte" and fell in love with the outrageous forms of this artistic expression. During this period of time she also wrote her first "song and poetry book", which became building blocks for future work including "Tatou".
For Parisian Chanteuse, being on stage singing, is the most profound,exhilarating feeling! Synthia created a rock band, "Stonehenge" in 1994 and performed live in venues such as L'Arapaho and festivals in France. The musical influences Synthia absorbed from the sounds of Paris's "La Rue Des Lombards" (famous for its Jazz Clubs) developed into a passion. The past 10 years Parisian Chanteuse has grown an appreciation for many styles of jazz including Latin and Afro-Jazz and has infused Oriental and Mambo Dance with a "Dress Glamour" into her performance.
Parisian Chanteuse celebrates love with "A Tribute To Edith Piaf".