Jason Vieaux, Play it Again Art, and Deborah Voigt. Soprano Deborah Voigt had to rebuild her voice when she found… Read More
Deborah Voigt Returns to Tchaikovsky Competition, Takes Voigt Lessons to Provincetown, Sings in Concert and Recital, and More This Summer
Fresh from the release of her “startlingly frank” (Associated Press) memoir, Call me Debbie, and her title role debut in Michigan Opera… Read More
Deborah Voigt joins Petula Clark, Michael Ondaatje, Jay Hunter Morris and others as a member of the international jury panel for the Eleventh Glenn Gould Prize
Dubbed the “Nobel Prize of the Arts,” the Glenn Gould Prize is awarded biennially to a living individual who has… Read More
Beloved soprano Deborah Voigt is one of the world’s most versatile singers and endearing musical personalities. Thanks to the singular power and beauty of her voice, and her captivating stage presence, she is internationally revered for performances in the operas of Wagner, Strauss, Verdi, and more, besides serving as an active recitalist and exponent of Broadway standards and popular songs. She boasts an extensive discography and regularly appears—as both performer and host—in the Metropolitan Opera’s “The Met: Live in HD” series, which is transmitted live to movie theaters worldwide.