Lyric Soprano Rebecca Davis is fast becoming
known for her brilliant and warm vocal timbre, as well as dynamic vocal versatility and remarkable vocal extension. Her voice has been characterized as
“powerful, supple, and elegant”. Rebecca made her Chicago Symphony Orchestra debut in April 2008 singing Salaambo’s aria from the movie score of
Citizen Kane. In 2006 Rebecca debuted at Carnegie Hall singing Schubert’s Mass in G, Imant Raminsh’s Missa Brevis, and Mozart’s Laudate Dominum. Ms.
Davis has been ravely reviewed as “captivating” for her acting and stage deportment, “a visceral actress with insight and presence”. In her blossoming career,
Rebecca has appeared in the roles of many heroines including Donna Elvira, Violetta, Fiordiligi, Leonora, Poppea, Abigail Williams, Cio Cio San, Mimi, Musetta, Micaela, Tosca, and Magda in
La Rondine. Ms. Davis has appeared with such companies as Chicago Opera Theater, the Sarasota Opera, the Kentucky Opera, Opera North, Opera San Jose, Music by
the Lake, DuPage Opera Theatre and Opera Theatre North. Rebecca has earned numerous singing awards, including the Grand Prize of the Chicago Bel Canto, and
finalist of the Tri-State Region in the Metropolitan Opera Competition. Her 2008-2009 season includes Tatyana in Eugene Onegin, Adina in L’elisir d’amore, Fiordiligi
in Cosi fan tutte, and Micaela in Carmen with Opera San Jose, and Vivaldi’s Laudate Pueri Dominum with the Santa Cruz Chamber Orchestra. In 2010, Rebecca returns
to Opera San Jose to sing the Countess in Le Nozze di Figaro and Magda in La Rondine.