More about Sylvie
Sylvie is a renowned singer who has been captivating audiences with her spellbinding voice for the past decade. Born and raised in France, Sylvie grew up surrounded by music. Her mother was a passionate fan of soul and blues, while her father was an avid jazz enthusiast. From early on, Sylvie’s parents encouraged her to pursue her love of singing, enrolling her in local choirs and private vocal lessons.
At the age of eighteen, Sylvie moved to Paris to study at the prestigious Conservatoire de Musique de Paris. Here she refined her craft, mastering the nuances of classical music and developing a unique style of songwriting that blended elements of jazz, pop, folk, and soul. After graduating from the conservatory in 2006, Sylvie released her debut album “Jardin Mystique” which quickly became a hit with both critics and fans alike.
Throughout the following years, Sylvie continued to tour extensively throughout Europe as well as perform at several high-profile festivals such as Festival International de Jazz de Montreal and Montreux Jazz Festival. In 2009 she released her second album “La Vie en Rose” which earned her even more critical acclaim as well as a Grammy Award nomination.
Today, Sylvie is one of the most beloved singers in Europe and has become an inspiration to many aspiring singers. She continues to tour and perform throughout the world, captivating audiences with her soulful voice and honest lyrics that speak to the human condition.