Céreyna’s biography

If I were a month, I’d be April, the month I was born and as the saying goes: “we haven’t gone through winter until April has shown its backside”.

If I were a number: 13; Nagakanaya’s very first concert occured on a 13th. It was much appreciated.

If I were a colour: red, blush on your cheeks, sensuous on your lips, lively and powerful when you become excited.

If I were a town: “the big apple”, it’s about making the most out of life…

If I were a movie: “Archimède” by Jean GABIN, to show one can be a quality homeless.

If I were a play: “le canard à l’orange” by William-Douglas HOME for its series of misunderstandings and its English humour.

If I were an actress: Audrey HEPBURN for her professionalism, her glamour, the humanitarian campaign she lead while she was concealing her illness…

If I were an actor: Jean-Baptiste POQUELIN (MOLIERE) and to die, as he did on stage…

If I were a composer: Nagakanaya’s one, I’ve got its style under my skin and there’s even more than the style !

If I were a duo: I would have liked to work with Freddie Mercury.

If I were a place: a train station in order to start afresh again on the rails of life…

If I were an object: a DVD to match the picture with the music.

If I were a piece of furniture, a writing desk to lean on and write away on a blank page

If I were a song, I’d be one of mine!!!

If I were a festival, I’d organise a mega Woodstock so that all the Nagakanaya fans could gather and to recreate the feeling of the “peace and love” years.

If I were a comic, I’d be the eternal “gauloise”.

If I were a recipy: the pancake dough. I’d throw the world’s hatred out of the earth.

If I were an animal: a migrant bird to sing on and on…

If I were a planet, I’d be the blue one to protect it and love it more every day…

If I were a man, I’d be a captain to colour the horizon with stars at every stopover…

And what if I were only a woman, happy to be alive, responsible, respectful of ecology, sensitive and ready to reach out ?!

And what if my lyrics reflected the optimism of a perfect world?!