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About Rebecca Lea

Based in London, Rebecca enjoys a busy and varied career, performing across the UK and abroad with some of the most exciting conductors and ensembles.

As a soloist she has made recent appearances with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Academy of Ancient Music, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Manchester Camerata and BBC National Orchestra of Wales. She has performed at some of the most prestigious venues and festivals across the UK including the BBC Proms, Oxford International Song Festival, Brecon Baroque, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, St Magnus International Festival, The Wigmore Hall, The Royal Festival Hall, Cadogan Hall, and The Royal Albert Hall.

Rebecca is a member of the BBC Singers and the solo-voice ensemble I Fagiolini. She also enjoys singing with the contemporary vocal group EXAUDI, and more recently, The Tallis Scholars with whom she performs a diverse range of repertoire at venues across the UK and abroad.

Recent highlights include appearances at the BBC Proms with Sir Simon Rattle and the BBC Singer,s and as a soloist in a new commission by Cheryl Frances Hoad, a disc of music by Benevoli with I Fagiolini, an appearance with the BBC Concert Orchestra on a disc of music by Peter Warlock, step-out solos with the Sixteen at the Wigmore Hall, an appearance as ‘The Jewel Thief’ in a new music film by I Fagiolini and solos with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in a special Doctor Who Anniversary concert in Cardiff. In 2024 she is looking forward to concerts and tours with the BBC Singers, further discs with I Fagiolini and The Tallis Scholars and a Wigmore Hall appearance with I Fagiolini. She is also looking forward to recording and releasing The New Winter Songbook, a new anthology of works by living composers alongside pianist Caroline Jaya Ratnam.