Biography of Lara FabianLara Fabian is a world-famous French-speaking singer of Italian-Belgian origin, a songwriter. Her powerful and unique voice can be recognized from the very first notes and, of course, her most famous song is «Je T’aime». Lara sings in French, English, Spanish, Italian, and even in Russian.
ChildhoodLara Fabian (a real name is Lara Crokaert) was born in a Belgian town Etterbeek on January 9, 1970. Her mother was Italian, so Lara spent her early childhood with her family on Sicily then they returned to Belgium. Lara's father was a guitar player. He was the first who noticed the girl's talent for music and sent her to the music school. Lara not only learned to play the piano but started to compose music.
Music CareerLara's decision to win another continent Canada, in particular, brought her success in 1990. With Rick Allison who became a composer of her songs and her producer, she settled down in Montreal which she loved at first sight. At that time, her debut album «Lara Fabian» financed by her father was released.
According to the survey of 1994, Lara was recognized as the most promising singer in Canada. It was an exception to the rules - the survey won the singer who was not a Canadian by origin. At the Gala de l'ADISQ-95, Lara Fabian received nominations for «The Best Concert» and «The Best Singer of the Year».
At the end of 2009, in Kyiv, Lara Fabian participated in the filming of the musical «Mademoiselle Zhivago» where she sang 11 songs, including the song «My Mother» with some lines in Russian.