As one of the leading interpreters of the operatic works of Richard Stauss and Richard Wagner, Deborah Voigt has impressed
audiences for years with her charming voice and mature tones. She continues to command the stage performing some famous
roles in Stauss’s “Egyptian Helen,” “Elektra,” as well as Wagner’s “Lohengrin.”
See her perform live on stage when she returns to the States this winter and get your own Deborah
Deborah Voigt recently ended her operatic debut at Barcelona’s historic Gran Teatre del Liceu as Maddalena in Umberto
Giordano’s “Andrea Chenier.” Over the years she has performed on stages worldwide as well as releasing
several solo albums that have received much critical acclaim. Don’t miss out on your chance to see this one of a kind
opera singer now by getting Deborah Voigt tickets today!
Deborah Joy Voigt crew up in Orange Country where she studied music and theatre in high school, after which she attended
CSU Fullerton and San Francisco Opera’s Merola Program. She found her breakout role in 1991 performing Ariadne at
Boston Lyric Opera and since undergoing gastric bypass surgery has retained the leading role at the Royal Opera House that
first gained her praise.