The Belgian‐Israeli soprano FREDERIQUE BOSZ first studied piano for 5 years at the conservatory of Antwerp. She began her singing and opera education at the conservatory of Maastricht (the Netherlands) and interrupted this study to work with the Hungarian mezzo‐soprano Ibolya Palatinus in Germany and with Iris Adami‐Corradetti in Padova, Italy. Next she studied for two years at the opera studio of Els Bolkestein in Berlin, and worked in Brussels with the famous bass‐baritone Malcolm King. She graduated from the Fontys Hogeschool Tilburg in the Netherlands. She was coached by Sandra Stone in Düsseldorf. Frederique Bosz gave numerous opera, lied en chamber music recitals in Germany (amongst others with the pianist Andreas Discher), Belgium, The Netherlands, France and Italy. She performed in the opera‐production “Kampf der Diven” in Berlin, and gave several concerts with the Limburg Symphony Orchestra, Maastricht. In 2011 she moved to Israel. She auditioned for the artists committee for immigrants and was accepted with the classification ‘outstanding’. She gave several recitals, a. o. with Mario Solan and Batia Lorenzen. In 2015 she performed with the Ra’anana Symphonette Orchestra. In the Summer of 2016 she performed in the Jerusalem production of Le Nozze di Figaro. In the 2017 Jerusalem Summer festival she performed the part of Mimi in La Bohème.