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Rebecca Lodge, Alto

Rebecca is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, where she studied singing and piano. During her time at the RAM, she received many prizes, including the Lloyds Bank Scholarship for postgraduate study, which enabled her to complete her studies on the Opera Course. Her career over the last 20 years has seen her perform in many different venues and styles – from a one-woman show at the Jermyn Street Theatre in London to creating the rôle of The Informer in The Jailer's Tale, a new contemporary opera by Malcolm Singer. As a member of the BBC Singers, the United Kingdom's only full-time, professional chamber choir, she has broadcast extensively on BBC Radio 3 and BBC television. Her many solos for the group include Strauss Deutsche Motette, the Rachmaninov Vespers (broadcast live on Radio 3), and Scarlatti Stabat Mater at the Proms.

Rebecca's solo repertoire includes the Verdi Requiem, Handel Messiah, Rossini Stabat Mater and Petite Messe Solonelle, Mozart Requiem, Duruflé Requiem, Mendelssohn Elijah, Bach St Matthew Passion, St John Passion, B minor Mass and Magnificat.

Recent engagements include Bach St John Passion in Coventry Cathedral with the English Symphony Orchestra, and also in Finland with Kunin Kantien Muusikot, Liszt's setting of Psalm 137 with the Cheltenham Bach Choir at the Cheltenham Festival, and Karl Jenkins Stabat Mater at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall.

As well as her solo and consort work, Rebecca is much in demand as a workshop leader, animateur, accompanist and musical director.

November 2016

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