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.

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REVIEW

Girl

presented by

After Life

Opera Colorado

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

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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."

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REVIEW

Soprano Soloist

presented by

Mahler's 4th Symphony

Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra

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