|About Deborah Voigt|
|Eileen Farrell was among those seen in the audience at a packed Christ and St. Stephen's Church on the Upper West Side of Manhattan on the evening of Sunday December 16, 2001, for a free Christmas concert by Deborah Voigt and members of the New York City Gay Men's Chorus. The first song after the intermission was "We Need a Little Christmas" by Jerry Herman. Ms. Voigt said that her first role was Agnes Gooch in a performance of Mame.|
|"Voigt clearly is an artist who knows how to laugh and to have fun, and it showed in both the recital and the reaction of her fans," wrote Ronald Blum in a review for Associated Press of a recital at Alice Tully Hall in New York that took place on Sunday January 20, 2002.|
|A new recording of Richard Strauss's opera Die Ägyptische Helena (The Egyptian Helen) "made live in New York last October" with Deborah Voigt is "the finest version yet," writes Edward Greenfield at guardian.co.uk, July 11, 2003.
About Deborah Voigt, he writes that "the richness and command of her singing are a joy, with even the most challenging top notes firm and pure."
|"The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden dropped top U.S. soprano Deborah Voigt, a spokesman said on Monday [March 8, 2004], from a production [of Ariadne auf Naxos next June] that would have called for her to wear a little black dress," reports a Reuters article.