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Cradled from childhood by her inspiring teachers at “Institut Jacques Dalcroze”, Ève-Maud Hubeaux (born in Geneva), decided to pursue her musical education at the “Conservatoire de Lausanne” where she was taught piano with Daniel Spiegelberg and Georgy Popov. Attracted to opera, she started in 2001 her vocal education with Hiroko Kawamichi at the “Conservatoire de Lausanne”.  At the same time she earned a Master’s degree in Law, though driven by talent and passion she decided to focus completely on her singing career. She joined the opera studio of Colmar/Strasbourg, and from there developed the buildout of her international career.

In no time this multiple Prize Winner appeared repeatedly in major theatres such as the Paris opera houses: Bastille, Opéra Comique and Théâtre des Champs Elysées, next to the opera houses of Strasbourg, Lyon, Basel, Brussels, Montpellier, Lausanne, Frankfurt Klagenfurt and the Festival of Aix-en-Provence.


Eve-Maud Hubeaux was recently asked to sing the title role in La Favorite by Gaetano Donizetti at "Gran teatre del Liceu" in Barcelona. Her debut as Léonor de Guzman was at the same time her debut in this opera house. It closed her challinging sesaon 2017/18 including her participation in new productions of Don Carlos (Thibault) under Philippe Jordan (directed by Krzysztof Warlikowski) at the Paris Opera, Le Comte Ory (Dame Ragonde) under Louis Langrée (directed by Denis Podalydès) at Opera Comique Paris and ROH Versailles, another Don Carlos this time as (Eboli) under Daniele Rustioni (directed by Christophe Honoré) at the Opera house of Lyon (>> Read the reviews after her debut as Princess Eboli), The Rake’s Progress (Baba the Turk) directed by Lydia Steier) at Theater Basel next to a live recording of Ascanio (Scozzone) a rarely performed opera by Camille Saint-Saëns at Théâtre des Nations in Geneva and a concert tour together with Kammer-orchester Basel under the baton of Christophe Rousset with Rinaldo (Armida).

As opener to the current season 2018/19 she participated in Guillaume Tell (Hedwige) in Interlaken. Upcoming roles will include  Reine Gertrude in Hamlet by Ambroise Thomas, both at Liceu Barcelona as at Deutsche Oper Berlin (house debut), her participation as Brangäne in a new production of Tristan und Isolde at La Monnaie, Nerone in Handels Agrippina at Handel-Festival Halle, Klangvokal Dortmund and Enescu Festival in Bucarest, and the title-role in Isis by J.B. Lully (concert tour and cd-recording).

Recent concert productions included Mahler 2nd Symphony under Karel Mark Chichon at Auditorio Alfredo Kraus in Las Palmas, La Veille by Matthijs Vermeulen with the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Hilversum under Kevin John Edusei, Rédemption by César Frank with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège under Hervé Niquet (+ CD recording) and Verdi’s Requiem at Palais des Beaux Arts (Brussels). Later on this season she will make her house debut at Capitole de Toulouse in Rossini’s Petite Messe solennelle.

Amongst her future new roles : Cornelia in Giulio Cesare/Haendel, Isolier in Le Comte Ory/Rossini, Suzuki in Madama Butterfly/Puccini and Orphée (in the Berlioz' version). Further engagements will take her to the Paris Opera House Bastille and the Théâtre des Champs Elysées. More details soon.


First professional engagements included Mercedes in Carmen and Ines in Il Trovatore at the Opera Houses of Lausanne and Vichy. Joining the Opera Studio of the Strasbourg Opera House (ONR), Ève-Maud Hubeaux participated in several main productions. Soon she gets noticed by the Frankfurt Opera House and the famous Aix-en-Provence Festival. She returns to ONR to sing subsequently Folia in the world première of La nuit de Gutenberg by Philippe Manoury, 3. Dame (Die Zauberflöte), Mary (Fliegende Holländer) and Pauline (Pikovaya Dama). Lausanne offers her to debut as Frau Reich (Die lustige Weiber von Windsor).

Breakthrough in other important Opera Houses such as Lyon with Mary (Fliegende Holländer) and La Monnaie Brussels, where she's invited to take part in the world premiere of Penthesilea (Oberpriesterin) by Pascal Dusapin. After having taken part in the revival of Pascal Dusapin's Penthesilea at Opéra national du Rhin Strasbourg and sung successfully her very first Carmen at the Opera House of Klagenfurt (Lorenzo Viotti/Cesare Lievi), Eve-Maud Hubeaux appeared at La Monnaie Brussels as Ursule (Béatrice et Bénédict) under the baton of Jérémie Rhorer and made her successful Paris Opera House debut as Annina (Rosenkavalier, in a production led by Philippe Jordan (May 2016).

Highlights of the past season 2016/17 included most successful role debuts as : Brigitta (Die Tote Stadt) and La Nourrice (Ariane et Barbe-Bleue by Paul Dukas) at Theater Basel (House debut), Andromaca (Ermione, Rossini) and Brangäne (Tristan und Isolde) both at Lyon Opera (including a guest performance of Ermione at Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris) and eventually Margret (Wozzeck).


During the Wagner anniversary year 2013, Ève-Maud Hubeaux toured both with l’Orchestre national d’Iîe de France (Enrique Mazzola) and l'Orchestre symphonique de Mulhouse (Patrick Davin) in Wagner's Wesendonck-Lieder. Other concert highlighs of the past years include concerts with Brussels Philharmonic (Leo Hussain) in Bach's Matthew Passion, Turku Philharmonic Orchesta (Ville Matvejeff) in Janacek's Glagolitic Mass, Aedes Choir in Rossini's Petite messe solennelle, Orchestre de Chambre de Genève (Arie van Beek) in Wagner's Wesendonck-Lieder and with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Strasbourg in "Les Nuits d'Eté" (Berlioz). Eve-Maud Hubeaux concert repertoire embraces furthermore : Dvorak's Requiem, Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde (which she recorded under Jean-François Verdier), Haendel's Messiah, Verdi's Requiem, Debussy's Le Martyre de Saint-Sébastien next to La mort de Cléopâtre (Berlioz) and Poème de l'Amour et de la Mer (Chausson)

Since 2014, Ève-Maud Hubeaux is supported by the Safran Corporate Foundation for Music.


Ève-Maud Hubeaux was awarded with the “Prix Jacquart” in 2004, Prix De Crouzaz” in 2006, she was also granted a special Award for her great performance at the “Schlossoper Haldenstein Contest” and won 2 Prizes at the International Singing Competition Ernst Haefliger (2010/Switzerland) ; amongst them an engagement at the Operahouse of Bern. Furthermore she got a Special Grant for "Bayreuth 2011" presented by the Alsace Richard Wagner Association. June 2011, she won the "Prize of the Jury" as well as the "Prize of France Musique" (within Gaelle Le Gallic emission radio show "Génération Jeunes Interprêtes") at the international singing competition of Arles. The jury of the 66th Competition of Geneva recently awarded her the Special Wagner Prize « Cercle Romand Richard Wagner » for the best interpretation of a work by Wagner.  In April 2012 Ève-Maud Hubeaux was for the 2nd time awarded by the Jury of the "Pour-cent-culturel Migros Fondation" competition, besides a bursary, she was also called “Soloist of “Migros culture Percentage”, amongsts the highest and most prestigious awards in Switzerland. The same year she was called "Classical revelation 2012" by ADAMI, became finalist of the International Bellini Competition of Catania 2012 and got the 3rd Prize at the International Competition of Toulouse (2012) and at Premio Etta Limiti Opera in Milano (2013). Eventually she was awarded with the Second Prize and the Kirsten Flagstadt Festival Grant at the 32nd Hans Gabor Belvédère International Singing Competition at Muziektheater Amsterdam (July 2013) and was called by unanimity of the international jury Winner of the 5th Edition of the Renata Tebaldi Iinternational Competition. Beside the First Prize the jury at the Renata Tebaldi Competition awarded Eve-Maud Hubeaux as well with the Special Prize for the youngest participant.

Cv-update: December 2018. Please contact the Agency, to get the most recent version of the present biography, or its short version.

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