607 is Cerena’s 2nd projEct

A spark of heaven shines upon your face to show you that you can create the life you are meant to live. A portal to your mind and body and the salvation of your soul.


Ceréna (she/her) is a JUNO nominated experimental dance-pop artist from Tkaronto (Toronto), Ontario Canada. A seasoned performer since the age of six, much of her early career was spent pretending to be someone she is not. Opting for independence and the freedom of self-expression, Ceréna began to explore and find herself in Queer club culture finding inspiration in artists like the late SOPHIE and the Ballroom community.
Now living as her authentic self, Ceréna released her primarily self-produced debut album resurrection (2021) and landed a 2022 JUNO nomination for Dance Recording of the Year less than a year after her debut. The album features the nominated hit see, hearts on fire  and gender euphoria and serves to be a reclamation of herself, elaborating on favoured themes of freedom, community, love and unity.

“The complexity of my existence is in this album. It’s how I dealt with the turmoil, the joy, and the hope. I dream of a brighter future for all of us and this is me manifesting that for myself/ourselves.”

Her debut album launched off the platform and community she co-founded via Club Quarantine (2020), a digital dance party that began in response to Covid-19 preventative measures. Club Q has seen coverage in PAPER Magazine, The Cut, TIME, The New York Times, Vice and more, and consistently supports and uplifts QTBIPOC artists. “I'm gayer because of Club Q and I'm not afraid to experiment. Club Q showed me the power of community.”  The party has hosted the likes of Lady Gaga, Tinashe, Kim Petras, Laverne Cox, Tove Lo and others.

Beyond her thrilling vocal chops, Ceréna often flexes her dance skills during performances and music videos. She found refuge in the Ballroom community when she became a member of the Supreme Kiki House of Siriano. You may have also caught her on screen in Season 1 + 2 of CBC/HBO Max’s “Sort Of” (2021), a critically acclaimed show in which Ceréna also won a Canadian Screen Award (2023) for her musical contributions to the show’s second season.

Ceréna is an artist that is passionate about being vocal and utilizes her platform to support marginalized folx. A trailblazing artist, Ceréna strives for inclusivity in all aspects of her career, with dreams of creating a brighter future for QTBIPOC artists in this digital age.




I do this
so i can heal
so we can heal together


Alegra Balenciaga