Eve-Maud Hubeaux was born in Geneva and studied piano and voice. Initially, she was engaged for two seasons at Lausanne Opera and the opera studio at the Opéra national du Rhin Strasbourg, which played an important role in launching her career. She has won many prizes at the Opéra Bastille, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Opéra Comique, Théâtre La Monnaie in Brussels, and has appeared as a guest at the opera houses in Lyon, Basel and Strasbourg. Her last-minute stand-in as Léonor (»La Favorite«) was also her début in the role and her house début at the Gran Teatre del Liceu Barcelona. Another success was her début as Eboli in »Don Carlo« at Lyon Opera. Recent high points include the Sphinx in George Enescu’s »Oedipe« in the summer 2019 Salzburg Festival, preceded a few weeks earlier by performances as the mezzo soloist in Verdi’s Requiem at the Lucerne Festival and in Milan’s Basilica of San Marco. Other major successes were her role débuts as Reine Gertrude (»Hamlet«) at the Liceu in Barcelona and the Deutsche Oper Berlin (her house debut) and as Brangäne in the new production of »Tristan und Isolde« at the Théatre La Monnaie in Brussels. At the start of 2020 she débuted as Isolier in Rossini’s »Le Comte Ory« at Toulon Opera. She sang Nerone (»Agrippina«), Cornelia (»Giulio Cesare) and the title role in Lully’s »Isis« with the Les Talens lyriques baroque orchestra under Christophe Rousset. She has given guest performances in these three roles throughout Europe: in Germany at the Dortmund Klangvokal, the Handel Festival at Halle, and the George Enescu Festival; in France at the Beaune and Ambronay Festivals, the Théâtre des Champs Elysées and Versailles Royal Opera, and in Austria at the Theater an der Wien. Eve-Maud Hubeaux is also in great demand as a concert singer. Recently, for example, she sang in Rossini’s »Messa di Gloria« at the Paris Seine musicale. Other engagements include Suzuki (»Madama Butterfly«) and Tebaldo (»Don Carlo) at the Opéra Bastille in Paris. Future projects include Ursule (»Béatrice et Bénédict«), Judith (»Bluebeard’s Castle«) and Doña Prouhèze, in the world première of Marc-André Dalbavie’s Soulier de satin.