Praised as a “she had the voice of angel. Her voice nearly brought me to tears.”(Cultural News, USA). Shiho Nakagawa was born in Hiroshima, Japan. She started studying piano at the age of 5, and vocal music at the age of 14. She graduated from the Elisabeth University of Music (Japan) with a vocal performance process and a master's degree. In April 2018, she obtained the diploma of Supérieur de Concertiste unanimously from the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris(France) in the class of Anne-Marie Rodde. Shiho studied German Lied, French Melodies, Opera and Baroque music in this conservatory. And studied the interpretation of baroque vocal music at CRR de Tours with Noémi Rime. Until now, Shiho appeared as a number of soloists and ensemble member of many religious music in Europe and Japan such as Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater”, Handel,’s “Messiah”, Bach’s “Johannes-Passion “, Mozart’s “Requiem” Mendelssohn’s “Elias”. Shiho won the 2nd prize of the Lied Course of the Osaka international competition(Osaka, Japan, 2018), the 2nd prize of the Kyushu Music Concours(Kumamoto, Japan, 2019). As a member of "ATOWA", she is actively working with Japanese musical instrument players in the USA, Europe and Japan.