Rebecca Kellerman is a newly arrived New York City soprano who specializes in ensemble music with particular experience as an early music soprano. Prior to moving to Manhattan in June of 2019, Rebecca spent 20+ years singing and teaching in the Washington, DC metro area.
Whilst in Washington, DC, Rebecca made frequent appearances as soloist and chorister with groups such as The Washington Bach Consort, Opera Lafayette, Cathedra, Chantry, The National Gallery of Art Vocal Ensemble, The Bach Sinfonia, The Washington Chorus and Cathedral Voices of The Washington National Cathedral. She sang as a chorister at several prominent churches such as The Washington National Cathedral, The Church of the Epiphany, Church of the Ascension and St. Agnes and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, K Street.
Recent solo performances have included Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater , Couperin’s Lecons de Tenebres, Bach’s B Minor Mass, Magnifcat, and Cantata #213 “Lasst uns sorgen“, Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu Nostri, Handel’s Messiah, Arvo Pärt’s Passio and collaborations of music for soprano and organ with both Jeremy Filsell and Joy-Leilani Garbutt.
Rebecca holds bachelors and masters degrees in voice performance at the Shenandoah University, where she studied with Jackson Sheats and Medea Rhuhadze. After finishing her degrees, she has since worked predominatly with Elizabeth Daniels and had opportunities to coach with Emma Kirkby and Richard Boothby as a participant in masterclasses. She has also studied abroad in Stuttgart, Germany, Spoleto, Italy and in the UK.