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B i o g r a p h y

My career began in Salt Lake and has since taken me around the world, performing and teaching opera, musical theater, theater, oratorio, concert, movement, and dance.  I have lived and studied in Austin, SLC, NYC, Boston, and Italy. 

My performances include Barena in Jenufa  with the Utah Symphony and Opera, Sacerdotessa in Aida with the Utah Symphony and Opera, Hesione in Triumph of Love with Utah Musical Theater, Gladys Fritts in Radio Gals at the Grand Theater, Ida in Die Fledermaus with the Utah Symphony and Opera, the title role in Astor Piazolla’s tango opera Maria de Buenos Aires with Opus Chamber Orchestra. 


My orchestral and concert appearances include Les Lecons Tenebre  with Utopia Early Music Ensemble, A Musical Legacy of Chicot County  for the MOCCA & Guachoya Cultural Arts Center in Arkansas, The Three Cornered Hat and Evening in Vienna with the Salt Lake Symphony, Messiah with the Grand Theater, The Alabaster Woman Speaks  with chorus Imagine!, Summer Serenade with the Utah Symphony and Opera, Gyorgy Kurtag’s Scenes from a Novel with The Canyonlands New Music Ensemble, Mozart’s Requiem with the New American Symphony, several concerts with Opus Chamber Orchestra, and solo vocal recitals in Salt Lake City, New York City, and Italy.

My theater credits include Two Psychotic Killers in Egyptian Shorts; an Evening of One Act Plays with the Egyptian Theater Company, and Assistant Director and Choreographer in Dreaming Blue by Libby Larsen as part of the Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration.




“singing voice is especially wonderful and one soul-baring song she sings about old hurts will break your heart."
Triumph of Love, Ogden Standard Examiner

“is a standout in the cast.”
​Radio Gals, The Salt Lake Tribune

“some of the funniest bits in the show as a melodramatic, high-strung 'artiste.'.”
​Radio Gals, The Salt Lake Tribune

“gave [a] good strong performance, both vocally and dramtically. [Her] rendition of 'Milonga of the Annuciation' was one of the high points of the evening.”
​Maria de Buenos Aires, The Deseret News

“delighted the audience with her songbird-like voice and expressive eyes, both of which heightened the incongruity of her actions.”
​Two Psychotic Killers, The Park Record


"Rebecca is a generous singer at home in a wide variety of periods and styles. Her rich, lyrical voice brings to life solo and ensemble repertoire."
Christopher LeCluyse - CoFounder, Utopia Early Music Ensemble

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