Born in Switzerland, Sylvie Bourban grew up singing in different choirs. At age 16, she was already a soloist in the village choir and performing regularly in a piano bar. Meanwhile, she attended the conservatory where she studied classical piano and music theory. At age 18, she moves to Lausanne, where she studies vocal technique, at the Jazz school, EJMA, until she wins a scholarship from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. While in Boston, Sylvie Bourban immerses herself in Jazz, Instrumental music for vocalist, Latin and Brazilian music and she studies composition. In 2008, she receives a Diploma with a Major in Professional Music, Summa Cum Laude, Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA.Her inspiration shines through many genres. She found a way to build her own sound and style, blending with a disconcerting ease all her different influences, with always the same unique ingredient, her sensitivity and love of interaction among musicians.