Opus Affair founder, Graham Wright, joined Deborah Voigt on Radio Boston, where she performed songs from Voigt Lessons, and discussed the professional successes and struggles that shaped it.
The internationally-renowned soprano Deborah Voigt had her big break as Ariadne in Richard Strauss’ “Ariadne auf Naxos” with the Boston Lyric Opera in 1991. Twenty-two years later, she’s back in Boston performing a very different kind of show — an intimate, autobiographical performance titled Voigt Lessons. It features 18 songs that span classical and popular repertoire, woven together by award-winning playwright Terrance McNally and director Francesca Zambello.
Deborah Voigt will be performing Voigt Lessons tonight and tomorrow night at the Calderwood Pavilion as part of the Celebrity Series of Boston.