He took music lessons in France for several years before moving with his family to Montreal, Canada in 1977, where he continued to develop his skills in private classes. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in music from Concordia University, Senni formed the band Aloes and started performing live at festivals and jazz clubs around the city. During his time in Montreal, he also played backing guitar for the now-famous Canadian singer Térez Montcalm.
After 13 years in Canada, Senni returned to France in 1990. He joined the street brass band Allegria, serving as the group’s tuba player, and continued playing at venues across the country.
In the year 2000, he stopped performing in clubs to focus on creating his own studio. In addition to recording his own music there, he wrote jingles for several independent radio stations in France and started his career as a luthier. He has since built guitars and other advanced electronics for hundreds of professional musicians.
Hervé Senni now lives in the city of Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Between 2017 and 2019, he released ten self-produced albums, consisting of old and new compositions. He played every instrument that he crafted .