Rebecca joins the piano teaching staff at Junior Trinity in January 2019 where she will coach ensembles and teach one-to-one.
Rebecca looks forward to returning to the Guildhall School as a Staff Pianist for the forthcoming academic year.
Rebecca and her duo partner Nazan Fikret are featured in the BBC Documentary Becoming a Lied Singer: Thomas Quasthoff and the Art of German Song which aired on BBC4 in July 2017, following their success at the Das Lied International Song Competition 2017.
This Spring Rebecca made her debut at the Wigmore Hall performing alongside the Prince Consort in a programme including Schumann's Spanische Liebeslieder, Op.138.
She is delighted to be returning to Wigmore Hall during the 2017-18 season as a Chamber Tots Artist with soprano Louise Fuller. For dates, visit the diary.
As the only British duo in the final, they will also feature as part of a BBC documentary about lieder which was being filmed during the competition.
For further details and video footage of the competition visit http://www.das-lied.com/
Rebecca will perform in a New Year concert of operetta favourites with the Concordia Foundation at St Martin-in-the-Fields, London on 2nd January 2017:
Sarah Labiner soprano
Vivien Conacher mezzo soprano
Edward Hughes tenor
Matthew Palmer baritone
Samuel Oram baritone
Rebecca Cohen piano
Rebecca will join the Young Artist Programme in June 2016 as part of the Aldeburgh Festival as the 2016 Viola Tunard Scholar:
Aldeburgh Festival: 7–13 June 2016
Bernarda Fink: Slavic Song
Bernarda Fink — mezzo-soprano
Anthony Spiri — piano
Lada Valešová — language coach
Aldeburgh Festival 20–26 June 2016
Thomas Quasthoff: Brahms Song
Thomas Quasthoff — baritone
Justus Zeyen — piano
Dr Wolfgang Sandberger — musicologist
For further details click here
Rebecca is delighted to have been accepted to the Fellowship programme at the Royal Society of Arts. The Fellowship is an international community of over 27,000 achievers and influencers from a wide array of backgrounds and professions.
Soprano Grace Carter and Rebecca are one of nine duos to have been selected for the Oxford Lieder Festival Mastercourse in October 2015.
The week’s course is aimed at young professional duos, with public masterclasses each day given by Roger Vignoles, Robert Holl, Imogen Cooper and Ann Murray. The final showcase concert will be held on Saturday 31 October in the Holywell Music Room Oxford. For tickets and further details of the festival programme visit www.oxfordlieder.co.uk/
Rebecca will perform at one of the UK's leading festivals - the Chipping Campden International Music Festival in May 2015 with the peacock ensemble. Repertoire will include Brahms Liebeslieder Waltez Op. 52, Schumann's Spanische Liebeslieder Op. 138 and Stephen Hough's Other Love Songs.
For further details about the festival: http://campdenmusicfestival.co.uk/
Rebecca is delighted to have been appointed as Co-Director of Song in the City, alongside Artistic Director Gavin Roberts.
Song in the City takes classical music out of its comfort zone. Through the genre of song, it aims to revolutionise the relationship between classical musicians and their audiences through imaginative concerts and social projects.
She will directing a concert of Scandinavian song as part of the Sibelius 150th Anniversary celebrations in June, and a concert of Beethoven chamber music as part of the St Lawrence Jewry Festival 2015.
Further details are available on www.songinthecity.org