Tag: Rebecca Robinson

Ekstrand Competition Finals


On November 17th, 2014, I will compete with my CU colleagues in the final round of the Ekstrand Competition.  Chosen from 40 contestants over 3 rounds, the Ekstrand award is designed to assist graduate students at the music school with professional development.  It has been a delight to hear students from all performance disciplines throughout the first 2 stages of the competition, and I am so excited for the finals concert next week!

More information about the contest and performers can be found here!

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A busy fall!


At the end of a wonderful summer in Crested Butte, Rebecca relocated from Montreal to Boulder, Colorado to accept a performance fellowship at the University of Colorado.  Since beginning the program at the end of August, she has stayed busy with auditions, competitions, and lessons (plus a little time for hiking!).

In the winter and spring, she will appear with CU’s Eklund Opera program in the roles of Dorabella in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte, and Ottone in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea.  It should be an exciting year!

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Summer plans!


Rebecca is thrilled to return to the Colorado Rockies to join the Crested Butte Music Festival as one of the Marcello Giordani Young Artists this coming summer.

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“Robinsongs” premier


This past week, Rebecca had the unique pleasure of performing a set of songs commissioned for her and her parents.  Scored for mezzo, oboe, and piano, composer Bill Robinson (no relation) chose 2 poems by Lewis Carroll and one by Ogden Nash and created the “Robinsongs.”  They were performed on his composer showcase last week at Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina.  The sunshine and warm weather were a treat, too!

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Midsummer streaming


Tonight’s performance of Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be streamed live in HD.  Tune in at 7:30(est) to watch!

McGill Schulich School of Music Webcast

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Up next…


From pants to petticoats: Rebecca will be singing the role of the lovesick Hermia in Benjamin Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Opera McGill’s mainstage production is a continuation of the Season of Shakespeare, as well as a celebration of the composer’s centennial year.  Rehearsals began today!

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Cesare webcast


Can’t make it over the border? McGill will be live streaming the first 2 performances of Handel’s Giulio Cesare this Thursday and Friday at 7:30 (est).  You can hear Rebecca sing the role of Sesto on Thursday night!

Find the link here:


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Giulio Cesare


It’s the start of a new school year at McGill University!  First up at the end of November is Handel’s Giulio Cesare, in which Rebecca will sing the role of Sesto.   It will be audio-streamed…stay tuned for the link!

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A Summer Night of Love in Old Vienna


On July 19th Rebecca will join esteemed choral conductor, Vance George, as a soloist in “A Summer Night of Love in Old Vienna.” It will be a concert of works by Schubert and Brahms presented by The Choral Arts Symposium, in conjunction with the Bellingham Festival of Music.

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Back to the west coast!


In early June, Rebecca will return to Bellingham, Washington to sing the mezzo and second-soprano solos of Bach’s Magnificat with the Whatcom Chorale and Sinfonia.

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