Rebecca Rasmussen describes with a charming and radiant lyric soprano voice and impresses the audiences with an equally beautiful stage presence and personality.
Rebecca Rasmussen graduated from the University College of Opera in Stockholm 2010, where she studied with the highly renowned Royal Court singer, Anita Soldh. During her training Rebecca Rasmussen had the opportunity to perform such roles as Marguerite in Faust, Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus, Gretel in Hansel and Gretel and also appeared as a soprano soloist in Christie, Matthews, Oak at the Royal Opera in Stockholm.
Ms Rasmussen received the prestigious and high accolade of being appointed recipient of the Jenny Lind Scholarship 2011, an award gained by her “soundrich, warm soprano and fervent creative gift”, the judges believe that she sings with a “mature artistry”. She not only receives rave reviews from judges, but audiences and critics alike praise her talent and ability. When she performed as Tisbe in the Vadstena Academy production of Piramo e Tisbe it was observed that she “… owns this evening, both vocally and scenically” an ability that she has with any role she approaches.
Rebecca Rasmussen’s coming and recent engagements include roles such as Micaëla in the NorrlandsOperan’s production of Carmen, and Mimi in La Bohème at the same theatre. A production she toured with later on in the coming autumn. Ms Rasmussen also returned to the Vadstena Academy as Elisa in Enrico di Borgogna.
- Elisa in Enrico di Borgogna (Donizetti)
- Gretel in Hänsel und Gretel (Humperdinck)
- Marguerite in Faust (Gounod)
- Micaëla in Carmen (Bizet)
- Mimi in La Bohéme (Puccini)
- Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus (Strauss)
- Tisbe in Piramo e Tisbe (Hasse)
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