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Photo: Clive Moore

Becca Marriott

Voice Type:

Soprano

Nationality:

British

Country:

United Kingdom

Languages (fluent):

English, Italian, German

Opera

Manon Lescaut
Manon Lescaut (Puccini)
Brent Opera
2016
The Maid
Oh whistle and I'll come to you, my lad (Louis Mander)
Tête a Tête
2015
1st soprano Chorus
La bohème (Puccini)
Grange Park Opera
2015
2nd Soprano Chorus
Samson and Delilah (Saint-Saëns)
Grange Park Opera
2015
Donna Elvira
Don Giovanni (Mozart)
Moonlittle theatre
2015
1st soprano Chorus
Lucia di Lammermoor (Donizetti)
Winslow hall opera
2014
Nitocris
Belshazzar staged (Handel)
Trinity Laban Opera
2014
Renata
Ognenny Angel (Prokofiev)
Blackheath Halls
2013
Tosca
Tosca (Puccini)
OperaUpClose @ Soho Theatre
2013
Public Opinion
Orpheus in the Underworld (Offenbach)
Trinity Laban Opera
2013
Amelia
A Masked Ball (Verdi)
OperaUpClose
2013
Dido
Dido and Aeneas (Purcell)
Black Robin Opera
2013
La Contessa
Le nozze di Figaro (Mozart)
Aria Alba - Edinburgh Festival
2012
Donna Anna
Don Giovanni (Mozart)
Thames Valley Philharmonia
2012

Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert

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Competitions

Roy Pleasance Prize for Voice and Orchestra (2014)

"Amelia (Becca Marriott) stands dressed in trademark yellow and blue, harshly lit by two street lamps and sings her heart wrenching aria with the opening line “Here I am in this bloody freezing car park.” It was mesmerising." — Alison Wisenfeld, West End Frame (2013)

"Becca Marriott and James Harrison in particular soar beyond their opera backgrounds, complementing their faultless vocals with thoroughly absorbing and ultimately devastating performances...the emotion that would normally be conveyed through a full orchestra was supplemented sublimely by Marriott’s thoroughly heartbreaking performance" — Daniel Harrison, A Younger Theatre (2013)

"Becca Marriott combines an intriguing breadth and power" — Warwick Thompson, Metro (2013)

"Becca Marriott’s Tosca had the right sort of petulance, plus bags of vocal power" — Michael Church, (2013)

"Especial praise must be given to Becca Marriott as Tosca who looked every inch the diva and sung with passionate relish; her Vissi d’arte was memorable. " — Sameer Rahim, The Telegraph (2013)

"Gala is a lady, with a surly maid, who is looking for a man and she finds one, Jesus Christ Superstar who is only after her money. It is all very weird but wonderful too, especially Becca Marriott's singing as Gala." — Matthew Rees, Ham Life (2013)

"Soprano Becca Marriott is superb in this role...because of her incredibly contorted facial expressions...Her voice was strong, and adapted perfectly to a style of singing" — Kate Mason, OneStopArts (2013)

Marriott, who plays Amelia, is undoubtedly destined for stardom." — Francesa Wickers, fringeopera.com (2013)

"Becca Marriott outstanding as the Contessa.. What a wonderful voice!" — Audience reviews Edfringe.com 2012 (2012)

MMus Voice
Trinity Laban Conservatoire
2012–2014

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