Jennifer ‘Sailor Moon’ Cihi will be the ConGlomeration 2020 Anime Guest of Honor

Sailor Moon Promise of the RoseConGlomeration is thrilled to announce that the English singing voice of Sailor Moon, Jennifer Cihi, will be our 2020 Anime Guest of Honor.

Jennifer will headline our Anime Program Track at ConGlomeration 2020, which will take place Easter weekend — Friday, April 10 to Sunday, April 12, 2020 — at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville, KY.

Anime fans the world over will undoubtedly recognize Jennifer as the English singing voice of Sailor Moon for the Sailor Moon TV series and the feature film Sailor Moon R: The Promise of the Rose, as well as the vocalist for the “Tatara Women’s Song” (also known as the “work song”) in the English version of Hiyao Mayazaki’s anime epic Princess Mononoke.

Jennifer has been a professional actress since the age of 12, with her first major role as Pepper in the national touring stage production of Annie alongside a very young Molly Ringwald. Our fans likely discovered Jennifer as a cast member of Nickelodeon’s Roundhouse or, amusingly, as the originator of the Hot Pockets jingle.

Want to spend Easter weekend with the singing voice of Sailor Moon? Register for ConGlomeration 2020!

Want to talk shop with a professional anime voice actress? Register for ConGlomeration 2020!

Jennifer CihiAs our Anime Guest of Honor, Jennifer will perform a Friday night concert of her greatest anime hits (and perhaps some personal favorites outside the genre), as well as appear as the intermission entertainment during our Cosplay Masquerade. In addition to her performances, Jennifer will appear on several program panels in our Anime track discussing the roles and realities of voice work in the anime industry.

Jennifer has of late traded Hollywood for Music City — Nashville, Tennessee — where she performs with the Pat Patrick Band and Skyline Drive Band. When not sharing her musical talents with the world, Jennifer is a professional chef and jewelry designer. You can learn more about Jennifer at her Wikipedia entry, IMDB page, or Twitter feed.

Want to be a part of an Easter weekend anime songfest? Register for ConGlomeration 2020!

Programming questions?
Contact our Programming Directors []