With an equal focus on contemporary and baroque music, Tabea Debus has performed in renowned concert halls such as the Wigmore Hall, UK festivals including the LFBM and YEMF, and in Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and the USA.
Tabea has collaborated with leading musicians and ensembles including Rachel Podger, The English Concert and the English Chamber Orchestra, and has appeared on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune and Early Music Show. Winner of the 2nd hülsta woodwinds and 8th Johann Heinrich Schmelzer competitions, she has released three solo albums, most recently XXIV Fantasie per il Flauto (2018).
After graduating from the RAM in 2017 ‘with distinction’ and the Principal’s Prize, Tabea was appointed a Meaker Fellow for 2016-17. She has also been selected St John’s Smith Square Young Artist (2015-16), Handel House Talent (2016-17) and 2016-18 City Music Foundation Artist.
Since 2017 she teaches recorder at Wells Cathedral and Millfield Schools, and takes workshops at the RAM.