Myriam Fares, Lebanese singer and dancer, was born on May 3, 1983 in south Lebanon.
Attracted to the arts, Myriam Fares took Classical ballet lessons since a very young age and later earned first place in oriental dance TV program “Al Mawahib Al Saghira” on Tele-Liban.
Very seduced by music she danced on, Myriam Fares made her first steps to discover her singing talent. Encouraged by her first fans, her teachers in school , Myriam Fares entered the National Conservatory of Music for musicology studies after what she participated in Studio El Fan 2000 and earned the first Prize and the Special Certificate from jury member Walid Gholmieh.
Bound for success, Myriam Fares launched her first album on October 21, 2003. The album achieved a great success in a very short time due to the hit song “Ana Wel Shouk” and his video clip.
Faris's next hit was “Nadiny” and garnered her Egyptian award of the "Best Female Young Artist" and a prize for her video clip.
Myriam Fares brilliant career was made of a special singing talent, an astonishing dance vocation and an imminent artistic intelligence. At 25, Myriam Fares has nothing left to prove.
Myriam Fares recently tried Khaliji style and released her fifth music video “Moukana Wein”.