Indigenous Soprano Deborah Cheetham aged 56, was accompanied by her partner Toni Lalich in the LGBTI elders ball night. Let us learn more about the composer.
Deborah Cheetham is an Australian Soprano.
Besides, she is also an actor, composer, and playwright. As a soprano, she has been performing in concert halls across Australia, the US, and Europe and at the opening ceremonies of the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
Additionally, On the occasion of the 2014 Queen’s Birthday Honours List, Cheetham was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO), for “distinguished service to the performing arts as an opera singer, composer and artistic director, to the development of Indigenous artists, and to innovation in performance.
Likewise, in 2015, she was inducted onto the Victorian Honour Roll of Women. Later, in June 2019, she also received the Sir Bernard Heinze Memorial Award in recognition of her outstanding service to music.
Deborah Cheetham Partner
Indigenous soprano Deborah Cheetham and her partner Toni Lalich were seen together in LGBTI elder’s ball night.
They have been together for 15 years. Not only in life, but they are also partners in music too. Together the duo has traveled to perform in various wonderful places around the world.
During the LGBTI concert, she mentioned that she would marry her partner Toni if Australia approved.
— Michelle Crawford (She/Her) 💁🏻♀️ (@chelleinoz) March 31, 2017
Deborah Cheetham Age
Deborah Cheetham’s age is 56 years old as she was born in 1964.
Apparently, she celebrates her birthday every year on November 24 with her friends and family. In addition, she was born in Nowra, New South Wales, Australia.
Deborah Cheetham Family & Daughter
Deborah Cheetham was raised by a white baptist family.
Reportedly, she belongs to the member stolen generation where she was taken away from her Yorta Yorta mother when she was three weeks old.
Deborah is not married yet, and therefore she does not have a daughter.
Le gouverment australien ne parle pas pour moi. (The Australian government does not speak for me.)
This Judy Small song is as relevant today as it was in when I first heard it in 1988.https://t.co/plcO4CbSJw
— Deborah Cheetham (@deborahcheetham) September 18, 2021
Deborah Cheetham Instagram
Deborah Cheetham is active on Instagram as @deborahcheetham.
She has amassed 1441 followers and 12 posts to date. However, she does not seem to post much on Instagram as she posts on Twitter. You can find her on Twitter under the name @deborahcheetham. On Twitter, she has garnered 2537 followers to date.