Press & Reviews

Piera has received global press for her acting and singing, and been mentioned in publications for producing. From the New York Times, TimeOut, Stage Buddy to Yahoo News, Broadway World, Ifeng News, China Daily, La Vanguardia, Europa Press and the New Dehli Times.

London TV talks to Piera Van de Wiel about the United Nations Highlight Spike in Violence Against Women and the spike of domestic violence during quarantine.
AZ Foothills Magazine talks to Piera Van de Wiel about Using Her Voice To Get Other Voices Heard and her latest singles raising social awareness of domestic violence.
Piera Van de Wiel on using music as a means to increase awareness of global causes, her latest single and more.
Piera Van de Wiel’s Anniversary edition music video “Come Back Home (Abaco Relief Song) has been recognized as a Finalist at the Independent Shorts Awards, Quarter Finalist at the Los Angeles Film Awards and Officially selected at the Arts X SDGs festival.
Music Times Interviews Piera Van de Wiel about her new single “USED” raising awareness about the sudden increase in domestic violence connected with the pandemic lockdown.
Through the power and medium of music, singer-songwriter Piera Van de Wiel is fundraising for women and girls who are survivors of violence with the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women.
As a young girl Piera Van de Wiel loved to sing. Today Van de Wiel continues to stand up, sing out, and have confidence as she moves forward with her career.
Singer-songwriter Piera Van de Wiel speaks with Sue Smart about the impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable women and girls, how the effects of Hurricane Dorian are far from over – and what she is doing to help.
How Singer Piera Van de Wiel Is Raising Awareness on Domestic Abuse Amidst Covid-19 Pandemic – NBC New York LX TV Interview.
Space Coast Daily’s Steve Wilson recently talked with Piera Van de Wiel, via Zoom about her music, acting, and causes that she is so passionate about.
Meaww Interviews Piera Van de Wiel who is on a mission to break the chains of those shackled by domestic violence through her music.
Bitmap Interview – After Covid-19 loosens restrictions we need to continue to help minorities claim their voices, we need to erase racism and amplify Black Lives Matter and rid ourselves of discrimination.