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German-Dutch singer-songwriter Dagmar Segbers has grown  – both musical and cultural roots in Italy. With her original and warm voice, she lends her voice to various musical genres such as pop, jazz, swing, blues, soul, and latin. The artist is already well known in Italy and Europe for her vocal timbre and her artistic sweetness. Her song ‘Love come with me’ was chosen, among other pieces, by the Prince of Monaco as a soundtrack to his and Miss Charlene Wittstock’s wedding.

Dagmar loves singing and performing in multiple languages ​​ (English, Italian, Spanish, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German) with excellent diction. With her band Dagmar’s Collective, she released the album Different Wor(l)ds” in 2013. The second album “Find a way” was published in 2016 with Italian label "GrooveIt" and it contains only original tracks written by the singer herself. 

As an interpreter, vocalist and songwriter, Dagmar is working for several producers and record labels like "Papik" (Irma Records), Pippo Landro (New Music International), whilst many of her songs have been interpreted and sung by well-known artists in Italy such as Simona Bencini (Dirotta Su Cuba), Walter Ricci, Ely Bruna, etc..

Dagmar is also on the road under the pseudonym Miss Dag, produced by the Italian  record label New Music International with whom she has already released the 5 hit singles like for example "My Way" (2020), "Just the way you are"(2021) and "Don't give up"(2021).

Dagmar has performed for cultural and company events such as international Jazzfest JazzIt Italy, Piano B Festival Brescia, Blues festivals in France, Locarno Film Festival 2019, Porsche Group, Mercedes-Benz, Penske Group, BMW, Ferragamo, L'Oreal, Beiersdorf, Amplifon, Berlucchi, Volkswagen, Huawei,  Maison Moschino, Berlucchi, Villa D’Este Hotel Lake Como, Four Seasons Milan, Bank of Switzerland, Tupperware, Rotary Club, Portrait Hotel Milan, Ceresio 7, Salvatori etc..


As anchorwoman and voiceover, she has experience conducting international events in German, Italian and English.

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