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 Theater’s new Merry WidowDeborah Voigt looks forward to traveling the world this summer. She treats Pacific Symphony audiences this week to a taste of her famed Brünnhilde, opens both the Festival Del Sole and the Miami Summer Music Festival, and headlines a Metropolitan Opera-themed gala concert with the PKF – Prague Philharmonia. Besides giving masterclasses in California, Florida, Italy, and at the Glimmerglass Festival, she returns to St. Petersburg, Russia, to judge the International Tchaikovsky Competition, where she herself took gold medal in 1990. Finally, the versatile soprano heads to Provincetown, MA, to share music and memories in her confessional one-woman show, Voigt Lessons – a knockout at its recent New York City premiere – with a whole new audience. More information on Deborah Voigt’s summer can be found Here