Eiko Solaris is the first Japanese vocalist who sang at Grand Hyatt Tokyo in Roppongi. She has also performed for their Imperial Highnesses, Prince and Princess Akishino. She has also sung at the Australian and the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan.
She appeared in the Yomiuri new paper last August. She often stays in New York. There she made her 3rd album with Michael Kanan and Neal Miner who are members Jane Monhiet band and Fukushi Tainaka who is the drummer of Lou Donaldson band. In May 1, 2019, her album was released, and she sang at the charity concert in New York called “U.S.-Japan Miracle-Door charity jazz concert” in May to support disabiled people.
She lived in Saudi Arabia for 3 years. While her staying, she was a member of the Riyadh Chorus and performed as a soloist. She sung at the British and U.S. embassy in Riyadh.
She volunteered for children at the international school as a music teacher.
After her father who really loved Jazz passed away, she began to sing Jazz in Japan.
She sings not only live houses but also charity events and has some lectures about her own experience in Japan.
She wants many disabled people and their families to hear her songs to get some energy to live as she did when her son was born with Down Syndrome and wears the pace maker for his heart. Part of her album proceeds are donated to people with disabilities.
Her Hight is 175cm and has very international atmosphere. Men and women of all ages love not only her heartful songs but her way of life.