Born in Freiburg, Germany, soprano Maacha Deubner studied in Hamburg with Judith Beckmann and has since established herself as a noted interpreter of 20th and 21st-century repertoire, documented on numerous CDs and radio productions.

Maacha Deubner has performed extensively in Europe and the USA, including appearances at the Berlin Festwochen, Göttingen Handel Festival, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, Köln Philharmonie, Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival (Austria), Wien Modern, London Royal Festival Hall, Asiagofestival (Italy), Rome, Ferrara Musica, Tallinn Baroque Festival (Estonia), West Cork Chamber Music Festival (Ireland), Kairo Opera House, or Lucerne Festival. At Carnegie Hall in New York she sang in the world premiere of Giya Kancheli ‘s “Lament” for violin, soprano and orchestra together with Gidon Kremer.

Opera engagements include Mozarts Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), Konstanze (Abduction from the Seraglio) with director George Tabori, Ilia and Fiordiligi (Mozart TV-Film “Wolfgang wer?”),Wanhilt in Siegfried Wagner’s “The smith of Marienburg”, the title role in Rudolf Kelterborn’s opera “Julia”, and various others.