February 5th, 2020 10pm Stage 1
Celebrating Rockwood Music Hall’s 15-Year Anniversary!
When Emergency Tiara performs, crowds inhale a refreshing quality of pop vocals. The Tokyo-born performer, who evokes Victoria Beckham’s fashion savvy and En Vogue’s woman-empowered sultriness, can be described as Japan’s strike on the latest British soul music invasion. She is high fashion, high energy, and the girl next door. Audiences love her upbeat lyrics, bubbly stage presence, and unforgettable, couture model-like stage command. Emergency Tiara signals the rise of today’s cosmopolitan, sexy and glamorous woman, delivering lyrics that marry the groove of California rock with the timelessness of Motown R&B.
Fashion pop artist Emergency Tiara has packed spaces ranging from Canal Room and the Living Theatre, to the De Beers Christmas Event (for which she has done two solo performances) as well as at the Escada Christmas Gala and the Monaco Grand Prix Cruise.
Classically trained in vocals and piano, Emergency Tiara is inspired by the power of music to uplift audiences, having developed her love of singing through early performances with the likes of leading performers including Japanese vocalist, Ken Nishikiori, on La Damnation de Faust, conducted by Seiji Ozawa (now musical director of Vienna State Opera).
Emergency Tiara is a graduate of Berklee College of Music. Her influence ranges in genres from jazz and Latin, to African and hip hop. She has worked with artists and industry icons such as Tata Vega, Raheem DeVaughn, Bootsy Collins, Dontae Winslow and Valerie Simpson.
With a voice that crosses the fire of the Ronettes with the freedom of Gwen Stefani, Emergency Tiara defines girl power and is an experience that gives pop/soul music proper residence in the 21st century.