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Floanne* read from Parisian book of love and rejoiced in the bohemian spirit. In the manner reminiscent of a Godard starlet, she drew the audience in, whilst gently showing off her impressive vocal range. She is an excellent performer, with a voice that knows no bounds and a superlative command of her own charm, presence and sensuality.
Thomas Burns Scully, OnStage 04.2016 performance at Feinstein’s/54 Below

The last time I felt shivers down my spine was at Floanne’s concert. Her voice is very unique with a ‘je ne sais quoi’ hypnotizing effect.” —She is French

* Floanne is the stage name of actress Flo Ankah when working with a band.


‘Edith Piaf Alive’ on New York Theatre Review, by Tatiana Collet-Apraxine, 03.2013

In Depth with ‘Loving the Silent Tears’

Woman Around Town, Proust Questionnaire

TV & Radio

Loving the Silent Tears at the Shrine Auditorium

Sold-out premiere at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, starring alongside Liz Callaway, Jon Secada, Debbie Gravitte and Jody Watley.


Thank you again for bringing life to my music in such a beautiful way. You surpassed my wildest expectations with your superb performance!
Nan Schwartz, composer, Loving the Silent Tears

Thanks for bringing your fantastic voice, sweet spirit, and positive energy to the show. I loved watching you blossom throughout the process. I hope the opportunity arises for us to be creative together again.
Vincent Paterson, director, Loving the Silent Tears

Another consummate professional. Flo only came here about six hours ago, and immediately got the sheet music, read it down in the studio, put it down for a record, recording it in French and in English, keeping some of her own translations because she wanted to make it just perfect. And then coming here and immediately dancing, singing, acting and making the song her own.
Doug Katsaros, MD & conductor, Loving the Silent Tears

Sound was a very important part of the film and everything had to be just right so thanks for a great performance.
Jim Jarmusch, director, The Limits of Control

I want to see everything you have done.
Jonathan Demme, director, Rachel Getting Married