The band, currently active as a sister duo, operates across Japan, Spain, and England. Hailing from a background in classical vocal music, the sisters have broadened their artistic horizons to encompass a diverse range of genres, including jazz, vocal performances with self-accompaniment, and piano duets, showcasing their advanced piano skills. They have introduced their versatile musical talents to the world through two albums: "Morimoto Sisters" and "Morimoto Sisters Two."
Satomi, a graduate of the vocal music department at Tokyo University of the Arts (Geidai), furthered her education by obtaining a master's degree from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. As a soprano, she has carved a niche in religious music and also dedicates herself to composing her own musical pieces. Diversifying her musical journey, Satomi co-founded the band ST fusion with her Spanish bass player husband, and they have toured extensively in Spain. The band's third album, 'ST3', released in 2010, was a significant success, earning the UFI Best Jazz Album Award in Spain and garnering attention in numerous newspapers and magazines.
In addition to her impressive musical career, Satomi is an exclusive accompanist at the Auditorio de Tenerife. Balancing her professional achievements with personal life, she is also a mother to a daughter and currently resides in Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Emiko, an accomplished soprano, has an impressive academic background, having earned her master's degree from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, followed by a diploma from the Royal Academy of Music, after completing her studies at Tokyo College of Music. Her career as a soprano is distinguished by performances at opera gala concerts across various European countries, often organized by the Embassy of Japan. In addition to her vocal pursuits, Emiko is also active in the music world as a piano accompanist and a dedicated music instructor.
Emiko presently resides in Tenerife, Canary Islands, accompanied by her son, her daughter, and her husband, a native of the Cotswolds.