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Deborah Voigt sings her first Brünnhilde tonight

NEW YORK, Friday, April 22 – Deborah Voigt sings the first Brünnhilde of her career tonight, when Robert Lepage’s new production of Wagner’s Die Walküre opens at New York’s Metropolitan Opera.  The final performance of the run, on Saturday, May 14, will be simulcast live into movie theaters worldwide as part of the “Met: Live in HD” series. 

Video previews of the Met’s new Walküre are now available at the company’s website:

Voigt discusses her debut as Brünnhilde in a feature available here: 

Deborah Voigt sings first Brünnhilde
April 22
New York, NY
Metropolitan Opera
Wagner: Die Walküre (Brünnhilde; role debut)
New production by Robert Lepage; conducted by James Levine
Additional performances: April 25 & 28; May 2, 5, 9, & 14m
May 14 performance will be in Met: Live in HD series
Other upcoming engagements:
May 19
New York, NY
Carnegie Hall
“Something Wonderful: An Evening of Broadway with Deborah Voigt”
Concert and spring benefit with the Collegiate Chorale
Featured guest artist Paulo Szot
American Symphony Orchestra / Ted Sperling
May 21
Great Barrington, MA
Recital with Brian Zeger, piano
June 9-11
New York, NY
Schoenberg: Erwartung
New York Philharmonic / David Robertson
Avery Fisher Hall
July 16
Cooperstown, NY
Irving Berlin: Annie Get Your Gun (Annie)
Glimmerglass Festival
Additional performances: July 18m, 22, 24m, & 30;
Aug 2m, 4, 6m, 9m, 12, 15m, 18, 20m, & 21m
July 29
Cooperstown, NY
Deborah Voigt Benefit Concert: “Voigt Lessons”
Glimmerglass Festival
Additional performances: August 7 & 14


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