Fiona Dobie was a prizewinner at both the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music in London. Further awards included being a finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier competition and the French Song prize at the s'Hertogenbosch International Singing Competition in The Netherlands.
She enjoyed a wide-ranging solo career, performing with conductors including Sir Roger Norrington and Sir Simon Rattle and leading accompanists including Malcolm Martineau.
She made many radio and television broadcasts in Britain and abroad and, amongst other work, has sung over 30 principal roles, including Glyndebourne on Tour, Opera North, London's West End and The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
More recently work includes Mozart's 'Requiem', Handel's 'Messiah', Rossini ' Petite Messe Solennelle' and recitals with Malcolm Martineau (baritone) Ghislaine McMullin (cello), Mark Simpson (clarinet) and accompanists, Will Vann, Peter McMullin and Alice Turner.
Fiona taught Choral Scholars at Trinity College, Cambridge for Stephen Layton for four years up until summer '15 and teaches annually at Oxenfoord International Summer Singing School. Her masterclass work includes at Trinity College Cambridge and on the Oxford Lieder Festival Mastercourse and she has given singing workshops at Trinity Laban and the RCM. She is an associate teacher of New York based international vocal pedagogue, David Jones and is also a qualified Emotional Freedom Technique practitioner. She combines a singing teaching and EFT practice in Oxford where she lives.