Ana Roxanne is a Southeast Asian artist based in Los Angeles. Born & raised in the Bay Area to immigrant parents, Ana’s love for singing began through her mother’s CD collection of 80’s/90’s R&B divas. Raised in the Catholic church, she became a devoted choral singer, which led her to a brief stint at a small jazz & classical program in the cornfields of the midwest. During these years she became enamored with the sacredness of choral music and the enveloping sound of harmony. A near death experience, too, served as a connection between music & spirituality, and music as a healing art after facing tragedy.
In 2013, Ana was fortunate enough to spend time in Uttarkhand, India where she met a voice teacher who introduced her to classical Hindustani singing. Living and studying with this teacher deeply impacted her outlook on the voice as art, as well as seeing the Diva as a symbol of divinity. This brief study was the catalyst that led her to finish her music study at the experimental Mills College in Oakland, CA, where she began to combine all of these influences into her current self-titled project.