Miyuki Matsunaga started singing when she was 10 years old at her church as a choir member. She became a conductor of the chapel choir at Seinan-Gakuin University. That brought her to the first recording session for nascent hymn of national publication. She started her own gospel group, performing for weddings and other events throughout southern Japan. Miyuki also was joined by two other singers and created a singing and dancing group called Girls-Trap’s, performing for TV, radio, events.
After she moved to America in 1999, Miyuki joined a gospel choir of First AME Church. She also was a vocal entertainer for Benihana restaurant openings, and traveled around in US for their celebrations. She also performed for some shows of Minyo Japanese folk music with Matsutoyo kai.
She directed a musical for ‘Miracle Kids’ in 2010 and sakura CATS musical in summer 2013. which is a group of special needs (disability) children and their friends and family. She teaches musical at Sakura Theatre.
She performs with her band for Grand Parade Opening act for Nisei Week which is one of the biggest Japanese American festivals in the US every year.
Miyuki had a musical class at Sakura studio and some private home lessons since 2010.