Belgian soprano Deborah Cachet has been a laureate of many vocal competitions – she won the main prize at the Froville International Baroque Singing Competition (2015), as well as the main prize and the audience award at the New Tenuto competition (2013). She also reached the semi-final stage of the International Singing Competition for Baroque Opera Pietro Antonio Cesti (Innsbruck, 2015).
The singer sung the role of Venus in John Blow’s Venus and Adonis with Nicolas Achten at the Muziektheater Transparant. Together with the Dutch National Opera Academy she also sung the part of Barbarina in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro under the baton of Jonathan Cohen and Morgana in Handel’s Alcina with Kenneth Montgomery.
She regularly performs as a soloist with ensembles such as Pygmalion, Correspondances, L'Achéron, Clematis and Scherzi Musicali (with Nicolas Achten), with whom she sung the roles such as Dido in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas and Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, as well as recorded her first album, a recording of her performance in the title role in Antonio Bertali’s La Maddalena – the album premiered worldwide in March 2016. The second album recorded by the artist in collaboration with Scherzi Musicali, featuring motets by Joseph Hector Fiocco will be released in 2017, along with the recording of Stravaganza d'Amore, featuring Deborah singing solo soprano parts with Raphaël Pichon’s Pygmalion.
In 2015 she was invited to the Royaumont Abbey to sing the role of Cherubino in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro with René Jacobs, as well as Bach’s cantatas with Raphaël Pichon and Christian Immler.
Deborah studied at the Luca School of Arts (Louvain, Belgium) under the direction of Gerda Lombaerts and Dina Grossberger, and continued her musical education at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam under Sasja Hunne. The artist currently works with Rosemary Joshua. She participated in many master classes conducted by artists such as Udo Reinemann, Emma Kirkby, Margreet Honig, Ira Siff, Raúl Giménez, Timothy Nelson, Jeannette Fischer, Maarten Koningsberger, Annie Franz and Margarida Natividade.