Following violin studies Fabienne moved to singing studies in her native France, where she won a Gold medal in both singing and Chamber music. She attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 1993 to do a post diploma vocal training course. She is currently studying with Jennifer Carron. In 1998 she was a finalist in Le Concours International de Mélodies Françaises de Ville d’Avray.
Her operatic roles include ‘Violetta’ La Traviata, ‘Amelia’ A Masked Ball, ‘Cio Cio San’, Madam Butterfly, ‘Liu’ Turandot, ‘Musetta’ La Bohème ‘Lauretta’ Gianni Schicchi, ‘Donna Anna’ Don Giovanni, ‘Tatiana’ Eugene Onegin, ‘Marguerite’ Faust, ‘Micaela’ Carmen, ‘Leila’ The Pearl Fishers, ‘Antonia and Giulietta’ The Tales of Hoffmann, ‘Luisa’ Luisa Miller, ‘Santuzza’ Cavalleria Rusticana, ‘Rowan’ The Little Sweep and ‘Amina’ La Sonnambula. She has been soloist in several oratorios including Verdi’s Requiem, Brahms’German Requiem, Bach’s B minor Mass and Magnificat, Mozart’s Requiem and Coronation Mass, Faure’s Requiem and Poulenc’s Gloria in France and in tours round the world.
She has appeared on television singing at the Naming Ceremony for P&O International Cruises’ Aurora in front of HRH Princess Anne and has featured in radio broadcasts at the Utrecht International Music Festival and a charity Concert for the Blind in France. She has also developed a career in 'show business' performing on cruise liners for P&O and Fred Olsen and at hotels and restaurants such as the Grosvenor, the Dorchester, the Savoy, the Hilton… She may sing Opera but will interact with her audience making classical music accessible and enjoyable for everybody. Fabienne is an outstanding and comedic actress injecting wit and drama into every performance.
Naturally she adds audience participation into each show. As part of her act and for her comedy sketches, she disguises herself as Maestro 'Fabarotti' to sing the famous Nessun Dorma and as a nun to sing popular religious pieces.