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Born in 1991, Luna Haruna has loved singing and watching the animation since her childhood. While in junior high school, she auditioned for the Internet radio program called "Rental Magica", and was selected to perform the opening theme.
Since then she has become a popular model of the fashion magazine "KERA", and while modeling, she also tried the The Animax Anison Grand Prix and won its Tokyo region preliminary.
Her first pre-major debut was the song "Binetsu no Tsuki", which was released through the anime song magazine "Lis-Ani!". Her deep but clear tone voice, as well as the ability to deliver instantly caught the attention of the listeners.
In May 2012, Luna made her major-label debut with the single "Sora wa takaku Kaze wa utau". This song was written by Yuki Kajiura, a highly popular anime song producer, and was chosen as the ending theme song of the TV-anime Fate/Zero (2nd season). For the first single, Luna had success achieving the #9 position of the Oricon single chart.
In November this year, she released her second single "Overfly". This song was chosen as the ending theme song of the TV-Anime Sword Art Online (ALO arc) and became a smash hit achieving #3 on the daily chart and #7 on the weekly chart of Oricon.
In 2013, she will be starring in the live-action movie Immortal Princess (Aru Zonbie Shojo no Sainan), which is based on the same entitled popular light novel. This movie will be released in theaters in the spring of 2013, and Luna will be acting as one of the key roles named "Alma V".
Aside from work as a vocalist, Luna shows her talent in various creative fields as a fashion model, actress - and most importantly, Anime Otaku. She is certainly one of the most interesting and promising performers you must keep your eyes on.
Convention Guest Appearances
- Anime NYC 2018 - November 16-18, 2018 in New York, NY
- Madman Anime Festival Melbourne 2018 - September 15-16, 2018 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Anime Weekend Atlanta 2017 - September 28 - October 1, 2017 in Atlanta, GA
- Kawaii Kon 2017 - April 7-9, 2017 in Honolulu, HI
- The Best of Anime 2016 - September 17-18, 2016 in Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines
- Anime Expo 2016 - July 1-4, 2016 in Los Angeles, CA
- AnimeNEXT 2014 - June 6-8, 2014 in Somerset, NJ
- Sakura-Con 2013 - March 29-31, 2013 in Seattle, WA