Deborah Dee was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she lived most of her life. Deborah began to sing and perform at the early stage of two. Ever since then, she has explored different musical fields and styles, such as classical, jazz, tango and musical theatre. Deborah has sung with some of the best choir directors in Argentina, such as Néstor Zadoff and Miguel Ángel Pesce.
Multi-talented Deborah played for several years as a clarinetist in an orchestra and sang as a soloist in numerous events. She has also sung in several productions in the most important theatres in the country, including the Teatro Colón (the most important lyrical theatre in Argentina) and before the Pope. But perhaps her greatest passion was participating in innumerable musicals directed by Peter Mac Farlane.
Before moving to Spain, Deborah was a member of two acapella vocal octets and she already began her career as a wedding singer, performing both as a solo singer and in choirs in numerous church weddings and private blessings.
Deborah began her classical training many years ago, studying with some of the best opera singers, including Cecilia Fara and Simona Mango.
Deborah arrived several years ago to the Costa del Sol, Spain. She is currently one of the top female vocalists in the Costa del Sol. She is a wedding singer and event singer, and has already performed in some of the most prestigious venues of the Costa, such as the Bil Bil Castle in Benalmadena, Mijas Auditorium, Benalmadena Auditorium, Hotel Meliá Don Pepe in Marbella, Moonlight Theatre in Sunset Beach Hotel in Benalmadena, Hotel Puente Romano, Hotel La Cabanne Los Monteros, IPV Palace. She also sings regularly at different restaurants and hotels, including Hotel Elba Estepona, Senator Banus Spa Hotel, Valparaiso Restaurant, Tikitano Restaurant, among others.
Moreover, Deborah has also interpreted numerous main roles at the recent productions of the Salon Varietes Theatre, Fuengirola, including Peron’s Mistress in “Evita”, Julie Jordan in “Carousel”, Hope Harcourt in “Anything Goes”, Liesl in “The Sound of Music”, among others.