About Rebecca Lea
Based in London, Rebecca enjoys a busy and versatile career, performing across the UK and abroad with some of the most exciting conductors and ensembles.
As a soloist she has appeared with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Ensemble 10/10, Psappha, The Northern Sinfonia, Manchester Camerata and performed at the BBC Proms, Oxford Lieder Festival, The Wigmore Hall, The Royal Festival Hall, Cadogan Hall, The Purcell Room, King’s Place, The Lake District, Salisbury, Buxton and Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festivals.
Rebecca is a member of the BBC Singers and also Exaudi, with whom she performs a diverse range of repertoire at venues across the UK and abroad. She also performs with Britten Sinfonia Voices, Stile Antico, The Choir of the Enlightenment, The Dunedin Consort and Oxford Baroque. She is also Artistic Director of the award-winning theatre company Re:Sound.
Rebecca grew up in Macclesfield, Cheshire and read Modern Languages at The Queen’s College, Oxford, before going on to postgraduate study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the Royal Northern College of Music, completing an MMus with Distinction. She has been the grateful recipient of the Oxford Lieder Festival Scholarship, the RNCM Contemporary Music Prize and the Liverpool Opera Circle Bursary.