More About Lara Fabian
Lara Fabian, is a Canadian-Belgian singer, songwriter, musician, actress and producer. She has sold over 20 million records worldwide as of September 2017 and is one of the best-selling Belgian artists of all time. She was born in Etterbeek, Brussels to a Belgian father and a Sicilian mother. Since 1996 she holds a Canadian citizenship alongside the original Belgian. As of 2015, she lived in Walloon Brabant province in Belgium just outside Brussels. She has since moved back to Montreal.
In September 2018 Fabian announced the upcoming release of her new single, “Papillon”. Written by Fabian, Moh Denebi and Sharon Vaughn. The single was released on October 5, 2018. It’s the first single from her fourteenth album released on February 8, 2019.
Lara Fabian is a full lyric soprano with a vocal range that spans three octaves from C3 to G♯6 in live performances. She is multilingual, in fact she speaks French, Spanish, Italian and English. She has also sung in Azerbaijani, German, Greek, Hebrew, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish.
Fabian has written for other artists such as French female singers Chimène Badi, Nolwenn Leroy and Myriam Abel. She also composed for Daniel Lévi and is said to be currently working with a former contestant from “Nouvelle Star 3”, Roland. She has often praised the voice and talent of successful female singer Amel Bent, who was also a contestant on that show. She wrote “Dis-moi comment t’aimer” for Greek singer George Perris on his album Un Souhait. “Imaginer” was originally written in English, under the name ‘Broken Vow’, by Fabian and songwriter Walter Afanasieff. They rewrote the lyrics especially for Jackie Evancho, in French, for her album Dream with Me. The original meaning of the song, about a sad love, is completely changed in the French version to describe a dream of a beautiful world without war or hunger.
Lara Fabian 2019 Tour Dates
9/16: Beacon Theatre in New York, NY;
9/18: The Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL;
9/20: San Jose Center For The Performing Arts in San Jose, CA;
9/23: Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA;
4/1/2020: Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier At Place Des Arts in Montreal, Canada;
4/2/2020: Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier At Place Des Arts in Montreal, Canada;
4/4/2020: Centre Videotron in Quebec, Canada.