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Soprano Rebecca Shorstein made a spunky Fiordiligi and shone in ‘Come scoglio’, negotiating the wild skips of register with panache.
— Voce di Meche
Berta, the doctor’s servant, was drolly enacted and sung by Rebecca Shorstein, a soprano whose high notes dazzled and surprised us
— Winston-Salem Journal

Latest News

Rebecca announces her 2015-2016 season

Rebecca's upcoming season includes returns to Opera on the James for Hansel and Gretel and Pittsburgh's Resonance Works for Trouble in Tahiti and Cendrillon. Click here to learn more.

"When I went to North Carolina School of the Arts for classical music, I assumed that I would learn to sing very well and continue doing musical theater, and I just fell in love with opera..."

Get to know Rebecca in her cover story interview with the Virginia News Advance.

Plus, learn more about all of the young artists at Opera on the James in this video interview.

Rebecca returns to New York for her role debut as Adele in Die Fledermaus

Rebecca performs as Strauss' cheeky maid-turned-actress with the New York Opera Exchange November 7 & 8. She reprises the role January 29 - February 1, 2015 with Pittsburgh's Undercroft Opera.


Click here for more information on Rebecca's upcoming performances



Rebecca makes Carnegie Hall debut

Rebecca makes her debut in New York City's famed Carnegie Hall with the New York Lyric Opera. 


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Highlights from Resonance Works' 2014-15 season featuring Rebecca as Gianetta in Donizetti's L'Elisir d'amore