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NODA Best Female Performer in Opera (2019)
The Queen of the Night (Rebecca de Coverly Veale) – Rebecca gave us a real tour de force of a performance here. Striking, powerful and smoulderingly sultry she was in total control of her vocals and persona throughout. Her iconic aria was spine-tinglingly delivered with great range, vocal dexterity and impressive coloratura – all (including those stratospheric top notes) seemingly produced effortlessly but with great effect. There was one small moment when she and the orchestra parted ways slightly, however this was rectified almost immediately which shows the talent and musical ability that lays behind this assured portrayal – we would have happily watched the show again for a repeat of this great performance. (NODA report) (2019)
A high soprano, Rebecca will debut her first Queen of the Night in February 2019 with Opera Integra in London. Currently, she is studying under Elizabeth Atherton, as a Postgraduate Vocal Studies student, at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Rebecca has previously studied under Mary King as part of the exclusive Glyndebourne Academy scheme, and has performed with Welsh National Youth Opera, Opera’r Ddraig, and a number of companies in London. Roles include Eurydice in ‘Orpheus in the Underworld’, Belinda in ‘Dido and Aeneus’, Yum Yum in ‘The Mikado, and Soprano soloist for Poulenc’s ‘Gloria’. She is currently a Choral Scholar with the BBC National Chorus of Wales, and a member of the prestigious RWCMD Chamber Choir
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