Originally trained as a lyric coloratura soprano and choir conductor, the German-Argentinean singer/songwriter Amonada Zeon has managed to develop a personal style characterized by gentle though powerful melodies, appealing poetic lyrics, and delightful crystal-clear voice lines. Her work stands out for both its beauty and simplicity. Her songs unite the charm of pop ballades mixed with a tinge of tango, musicals and opera arias.


Amónada Zeon (née Erica Flavia Alio-Warr) was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she developed, since childhood, a deep passion for music, art and literature. She started writing her own songs and poems at the early age of three but did not consider it as anything more than a hobby until later in adulthood. 

As a child, her first steps in music were as a piano and music theory student under the guidance of star pianist Martha Boungiorno and trumpeter Hector Fourgiuele. She continued her training as a singer with baritone Luis Gaeta, repertorist Catalina Hadis and also taking courses at the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón, with teachers like Martha Millán and Charles Calhoun, among others. In 1995, she was elected cultural representative of Argentina in the USA as part of the yearly Rotary Club exchange program. On her return, she attended the singing and choir conduction programme at Collegio Ward and left to complete her education in Vienna, invited as a private student to Prof. Hubert Deutsch, former vice director of the Vienna City Opera House. During her years in Vienna she also took classes with the iconic soprano Milkana Nikolova and was invited to be part of the Mitte Europa Festival representing her country. For several seasons, (and under different pseudonyms) she appeared as a soloist in numerous concerts and festivals in different cities of both Europe and America. Among others, four consecutive years as the voice of “Tango Múltiple” at the Avignon Festival; the shows “Mysteria” and “L.O.V.E”  in Vienna; the“Bell Tango” cycle of concerts around Paris; the “Missa Brasileira”  cycle in Germany; etc. 

Due to her additional qualifications in pedagogy and alternative medicine, in 2011, she became the first officially appointed music therapist at the Greifswald University of Medicine, where she is still engaged in the therapeutic application of creative arts and the composition of musical pieces as healing tools.