Siro-A from "America's Got Talent 2015" is one of the Top 36 acts in Season 10 of the NBC talent competition series.

Siro-A is a technodelic performance group from Tokyo, Japan. The group was formed in 2002 by a group of high school friends in Sendai, the northeastern area of Japan. The group's name Siro means "white" in Japanese, distinguished by their white-painted faces. After exploring a variety of stage expressions such as poetry reading, short sketch, dancing and singing, the group came across a projector which became the essential tool used to bring their ideas into reality. Now incorporating various technologies in their act, the group's essence lives in the crazy imagination of each one of its members. For Siro-A, technology is not what supersedes humans, but is instead like a super-friend who sees nothing as impossible. Hoping for success all over the world, Siro-A is ready to amaze America in a way never seen before.




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