Floor Jansen

Ranked #19 on the list Most famous Female Singers from Netherlands

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About Floor Jansen

Floor Jansen (pronounced [flɔr ˈjɑnsɛn]; born 21 February 1981, Goirle) is a Dutch soprano singer, who was the lead singer of the symphonic metal band After Forever which disbanded in 2009, and is the current singer for ReVamp. Jansen was sixteen when she joined Apocalypse (the name of the band After Forever in its early days) in 1997. Three years later the band released its first album, Prison Of Desire. Floor's ability to sing both classical and rock music have made her reasonably popular in the metal scene. She took sole charge of After Forever's lyrics and vocal melodies since the departure of Mark Jansen (no relation) in 2002. Prior to this, up until the Decipher album, the two would write together. Floor started studying music at the Dutch Rock Academy in 1999 and entered the conservatory three years later. She studied Musical Theatre and one year of Opera. Later on, she started teaching performing in her own course called Wanna be a Star?!. Floor plays the guitar, piano and flute and has completed several years of music studies, and has a Dramatic Soprano vocal range. Three albums by the Dutch composer and multi-instrumentalist Arjen Anthony Lucassen include guest vocals

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