Shara Lunon has dedicated herself to the art of voice. She studied Ethnomusicology and Vocal Performance at the University of Florida under Dr. Elizabeth Graham, focusing on the operatic technique and attended master classes with revered vocalists as Kiri Te Kanawa and Denyce Graves. Shara also attended the University of São Paulo, where she studied voice with Francisco Campos Neto, Ricardo Ballestero and researched Brazilian modernism with Ivan Villela to complete her thesis. Shara furthered her education at Manhattan School of Music’s SVA program under the instruction of Maitland Peters and participated in master classes with Hilda Harris, Mignon Dunn, Rhoda Levine, and Joan Caplan. 

During and since, Shara has experimented in the vocal stylings of electronic/dance, hip­hop, and R&B in such groups as MSNRA, Jovian Junction Orchestra, and Wizard Women. In addition, she has opened for such artists as M1from Dead Prez and performed with renowned musicians Marcio do Bahia and Celso Machado. Shara has also been a member of the Church of Holy Colors/Milagros art collective, and aided in the formation of the Elestial Sound record label serving as a founder, board member, artist, and administrative assistant. Recently relocated to the big apple, she hopes to further her work in codifying her style of "hip­hopera".