Fiona De Vos is a pop and classical singer and songwriter. Her music is about love - deep love, healing love, unconditional love.
Fiona De Vos recorded When Will I See You Again - a touching song about love that transcends time. She also recorded Mahal na Likha - an album of beautiful, timeless Philippine classical songs.
She is currently writing and recording new songs.
Fiona De Vos has performed the role of Adele in the opera Die Fledermaus in Belgium. She has given a recital at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. She has also sung in various concerts and events in Switzerland, Germany, Japan, Italy and Taiwan.
She studied music at the Belgian conservatory Lemmensinstituut and at the Philippine High School for the Arts, where she graduated as valedictorian.
She has gone through a serious illness, and now strives to help spread healing through her work.
Fiona De Vos lives in Vienna, Austria.
What people say
"When Will I See You Again is a touching ballad from Fiona De Vos. With a tremendous vocal range, De Vos is able to immediately pull at listeners' heartstrings. ... Fiona De Vos has a hit on her hands." -James McQuiston, NeuFutur Magazine
"Fiona's voice is absolutely exquisite." -Lisa Hafey, Essentially Pop
"Fiona De Vos: Our Favorite and New Artist of the Month (Notre coup de coeur et nouveauté du mois)" -French radio station Radio Camping Car
"I've been listening to your CD a LOT! Especially the first song. It's been on repeat for hours on. That song just goes straight into my innermost being and heals something there. I feel like you sing with your soul. Thank you so much. 💛💛💛" -Facebook follower
"One good thing about music, especially your music, is when you listen to it, you feel no pain." -Facebook follower
"It's beautiful. It gave me a true sense of love." -Instagram follower
Fiona De Vos is also an author of language learning materials, and co-creator of LearningTagalog.com.
She studied Information Media at the Ritsumeikan Asia-Pacific University in Japan, Broadcast Communication at the University of the Philippines Diliman, and as an exchange student at the Ritsumeikan High School in Japan. She was also admitted to the Philippine Science High School. She is grateful for the scholarships and gifts that have enabled her to live in various countries.
Through the power of music, Fiona De Vos hopes to help promote intercultural understanding and peace.
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