Rebecca Myers, hailed for her “vulnerability and grace” by the San Francisco Chronicle performs a wide variety of repertoire across North America.
She is a member of The Crossing, an award-winning vocal ensemble fully dedicated to the performance of new music under the direction of Donald Nally. She was one of three featured female soloists on the GRAMMY nominated recording of Thomas Lloyd’s Bonhoeffer sung by The Crossing and recorded in 2015. In 2015 Rebecca founded her own ensemble, Variant Six with five of her colleagues. Variant Six is a virtuosic vocal sextet that specializes in the juxtaposition of early music and new music in interesting and creative venues. Next season Rebecca will be singing the role of Parthenope in the world premiere of David Hertzberg’s The Wake World with Opera Philadelphia as part of the inaugural O17 festival which includes seven operatic happenings over the course of twelve days in six venues across the city. Equally at home with Early Music Rebecca is the soprano soloist with The Philadelphia Bach Festival’s Bach@7 series. She recently sang the title role in Marin Marais' rarely performed Semele with The American Bach Soloists and will be touring next season with Apollo’s Fire for performances of Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo. Rebecca appears regularly with the GRAMMY winning ensemble Seraphic Fire, Skylark Vocal Ensemble, and The Santa Fe Desert Chorale. As a recital artist next season Rebecca will be singing with Lyric Fest, Opus Opera, and will perform Benjamin Britten’s Les Illuminations with Prometheus Chamber Orchestra at home in Philadelphia.