A French-Swiss national, Eve-Maud Hubeaux trained at the Jaques Dalcroze Institute of Music and the Lausanne Conservatoire. She has received numerous prizes and awards. In 2012, she was named ADAMI’s Classical Revelation, and in 2013 she took Second Prize at the Belvedere Competition as well as First Prize for the youngest candidate at the Renata Tebaldi International Singing competition. After making her debut at the Lausanne Opera, she joined the Rhine Opera Studio. She made her Frankfurt Opera debut in the role of Waltraute (Die Walküre) and her Aix Festival debut in L’Enfant et les sortilèges (the Mother, the Chinese Cup and the Dragonfly). She has appeared at the Rhine Opera (the Third Lady in Die Zauberflote, Mary in The Flying Dutchman, Pauline in The Queen of Spades); the Lausanne Opera (Frau Reich in Otto Nicolai’s The Merry Wives of Windsor); La Monnaie in Brussels (Oberpriesterin in the world premiere production of Pascal Dusapin’s Penthesilea, Ursule in Béatrice et Bénédict); the Klagenfurt Opera (the title role in Carmen); the Basel Opera (Brigitta in Die Tote Stadt and the Nurse in Ariane et Barbe-Bleue); the Lyon Opera (Mary, Andromaca in Rossini’s Ermione, Brangäne in Tristan und Isolde), the Paris Opera (Annina in Der Rosenkavalier, Margret in Wozzeck, Thibault in Don Carlos); and the Opéra Comique and the Opéra Royal in Versailles (Dame Ragonde in Le Comte Ory). In 2018, she played Princesse Eboli in Don Carlos at the Lyon Opera, then Baba the Turk in The Rake’s Progess in Basle, Scozzone (Saint-Saëns’ Ascanio) at the Théâtre des Nations in Geneva, and Rinaldo (Armida) with the Basle Chamber Orchestra and Christophe Rousset. She made role debuts as Leonor de Guzman (La Favorite) and Queen Gertrude (Hamlet) at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona and then sang Brangäne at La Monnaie and Queen Gertrude for her Deutsche Oper debut in Berlin. She also made her Salzburg Festival debut in 2018 performing the role of Sphinge in Enescu’s Œdipe. During the 2019-2020 season, she sang in Madame Butterfly (Suzuki) at the Paris Opera, Agrippina (Nerone), Handel’s Giulio Cesare (Cornelia) and Lully’s Isis (title role) with Christophe Rousset and the Talens Lyriques, Le Comte Ory (Isolier) at the Toulon Opera, and Reynaldo Hahn’s La Carmélite (the Queen and the Witch) at the Palazzetto Bru Zane.