After graduating from Caen conservatory of Music, where she obtained a first prize in piano, chamber music and composition at the age of 17, and then from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris, where she followed an advanced programme in academic studies and composition, Sterenn finally realised that her true passion was classical singing, and that she wanted to express herself with her voice.


     In Paris, she studied first with Nicole Fallien and Anne-Marguerite Werster, and then with Laure Florentin, Monique Zanetti and J.Louis Deveze at Aix-en-Provence conservatory where she graduated in 2015.


    Pianist, Singer and Composer, she is a skilful musician, at ease in various registers, from baroque to musical theatre.


      On stage, she was "Pauline" in Offenbach's La Vie Parisienne, "Sangaride" in Atys by Lully, in the National Opera of Athens, "Anna Duyret" in L'Expérience, a contemporary opera, in the Théâtre du Rond Point,  "Bastienne" in a french adaptation of Mozart's early opera Bastien and Bastienne and also the "first witch" in Didon and Enea by Purcell


    Sterenn also regulary performs as a soloist in Oratorios : Cantatas, Christmas Oratorio by J.S. Bach, Requiem by Fauré, Midnight Mass, Te Deum by G.Charpentier, The Messiah by G.F. Haendel…