Mezzo-Soprano Deborah Humble is one of Australasia’s most successful international artists.
As a principal artist with the State Opera of Hamburg, she sang Zenobia (Radamisto), Bradamante (Alcina), Hansel (Hansel and Gretel), Page (Salome), Suzuki (Madame Butterfly), Olga (Eugene Onegin) and Malik for the German premiere of Henze’s L’Upupa. Her Erda and Waltraute in Hamburg’s landmark Ring Cycle were recorded for the Oehms record label.
Other engagements have included appearances with Edinburgh Festival, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Salzburg Easter Festival, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Seattle Symphony, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Stuttgart Philharmonic, Hamburg Philharmonic and the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris and all the major Australian symphony orchestras.
Most recently, Deborah Humble has appeared in Strauss’ Elektra and Honegger’s Jeanne d’Arc au Boucher in Hamburg, Das Rheingold, Siegfried and Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 in Hong Kong, Siegfried in Boston, Mahler’s Symphony No.8 in Singapore, Bruni’s Symphony No.1 (Ringparabel) in Minsk, Parsifal and Verdi’s Requiem in the UK, Bluebeard’s Castle and Elgar’s The Kingdom in Melbourne, Mozart’s Requiem in Brisbane Tristan und Isolde in Mexico City and Der fliegende Holländer in Lille.