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You won't ever hear it sung better 

than in Howell's rendition.

TOM DI NARDO | The Chautauquan Daily

Praised for her bell-like and crisp tone, soprano Rebekah Howell 

is making her mark as a truly versatile artist. Howell’s budding career showcases her adaptability and excellence in a wide variety of repertoire including opera, musical theater, and concert works.




presented by

After Life

Opera Colorado

"Rebekah Howell was a suitably sweet Girl, singing Cipullo's taxing soprano lines with ease." - Opera News



Prize Winner

presented by

Lotte Lenya Competition

Kurt Weill Foundation

"Rebekah Howell earned the Kurt Weill Award — never given before — for an outstanding performance of two contrasting selections by Weill: “Wie lange noch?” and “What Good Would the Moon Be?” from Street Scene."



Soprano Soloist

presented by

Mahler's 4th Symphony

Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra

"Rebekah Howell receives thunderous applause after her performance." - The Chautauquan Daily

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