Fani Vovoni was born in Athens in 1978. After finishing her studies with Helfried Fister in Klagenfurt in 2001, she went on to study at the Vienna University of Music in the class of Ernst Kovacic, from which she graduated with honors in March 2007. During her studies, she also attended a class in Baroque violin lectured by Hiro Kurosaki, later studied in Mozarteum Salzburg with Reinhard Goebel. One of the significant events in her early career was her participation in the European Union Baroque Orchestra in 2004 where she intensively explored so-called “ancient music”.
She is a co-founder of the Harmony of Nations Baroque Orchestra, where she worked with directors such as Ton Koopman, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Alfredo Bernardini, Enrico Onofri, Andrew Manze a.o. She has given concerts in ensemble formations at numerous festivals around Europe,north and south America, focusing in early and contemporary music, with groups such as Barucco, Il Pomo d´Oro, Concerto Stella Matutina, Hofkapelle Esterhazy, Barocksolisten München, Cappella Leopoldina, Ensemble Prisma, Clemencic Consort, Concerto Romano, Latinitas Nostra, Klangforum Wien, Camerata Salzburg, Ensemble Reconsil, Ensemble Phace. She is regularly collaborating and performing with the fortepianist Richard Fuller. In November 2014 she has been invited from the Teatro Nacional di Sao Paolo and Maestro Martinho Lutero to lead the Camerata Paulistana for a performance of Händel´s Messiah. Her teaching activity brought her at the festival Mozaik in Albania, at the conservatory of Klagenfurt and at the greek festival Music Village in Aghios Lavrentios where she held workshops in the field of baroque violin, early chamber music and baroque orchestra. Currently she is teaching violin and ensemble at the conservatory Freie Musikschule in Vienna. ""