Praised for her “darkly pretty voice,” mezzo-soprano Rebecca Robinson has made a name for herself as a versatile and thoughtful performer. A Colorado resident, she performs regularly with the Central City Opera, Colorado Bach Ensemble, Boulder Chamber Orchestra, and as a soloist with the Colorado Masterworks Chorale. Her operatics roles include the title in Rossini’s La Cenerentola (Cinderella), Ottone (L’incoronazione di Poppea), Dorabella (Cosi fan tutte), Hansel (Hansel und Gretel), Romeo (I Capuleti e i Montecchi), Hermia (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), among others.

No stranger to concert work, Rebecca has been seen with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, the Bellingham Festival of Music, the Evergreen Chamber Orchestra, the Lynn Philharmonia and Master Chorale of South Florida, and is thrilled to be returning to the Santa Fe Symphony. While pursuing her Professional Certificate at the University of Colorado – Boulder, she appeared in recital with the world-renowned Takács Quartet, was awarded 3rd place in the Denver Lyric Opera Guild competition, and named a finalist in the Bruce Ekstrand Competition, which recognizes and awards development grants to promising young artists. 

Rebecca holds a Master’s degree from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and a Bachelor’s from DePaul University, where she worked with renowned teachers Sanford Sylvan, Jane Bunnell, and Susanne Mentzer.