Fiona Claire creates shows and experiences featuring songs, stories and art pieces.  Some of her most memorable are listed below.

To find Fiona at a local venue follow her on Facebook. 
Contact Fiona directly to book a performance.

Shipwrecked Song Cycle - Sound and images of heartbreak and hope

"Shipwrecked" is an 8 song Song Cycle written in 2017, forged from a crucible of mid-life change and divorce.  These songs were performed at the 2017 and 2019 Darebin Music Feasts, first with a trio and ultimately with a full band including Michael Macdermid, James Bellow, Steve Morrison and Tracy Bell. The event included a special soundscape accompanied by visual projections created by local artists Kate Gorringe-Smith and Rebecca Young. 

"What If?..." enjoyed a successful season at The Butterfly Club in September 2013. Once you have started the adventure, there is no turning back! 


Audiences have loved  "What If?..."  a show about the adventures we have in the space between our dreams and our realities.  The heartbreak, the embarrassment, the doubt, the love and the beauty - as we soldier on hoping It.Might.Just.Work. Musicians Bernard de la Coeur and Dean Lombard are on hand to create a folk-pop musical treat.  So pack up your essentials in your spotted handkerchief, sling it over your shoulder and come enjoy the adventure of “What If?

"The Paris Paradox"  is Fiona's original Folk-Pop Cabaret explored how to combine mundanity and creativity. It first appeared at The Butterfly Club and in The Melbourne Fringe Festival.

"From sock puppets to accordion-wielding gypsies and a Caulfield share-house romance, Fiona Claire’s The Paris Paradox is an honest and insightful look at the paradoxes of life, told from the perspective of a housewife with a creative streak.  She is a performer that knows the value of being relatable, and I can’t imagine anyone would find it hard to see a part of themselves in Fiona Claire."  
Review by Madeleine Rebbechi, Buzzcuts Express Media.

If you would like Fiona to performance at your own venue.
  1. Find a warm and friendly place with room for everyone to sit down and access to electricity and the show will come to you. 
  2. Call Fiona and discuss what would suit your needs. You could combine a performance and workshop. Fiona can design your own organisation's day of inspiration.
  3. Receive a quote and pay the deposit.  
  4. Set the date and be inspired!