Rebekkah Hilgraves

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Homecoming by Rebekkah Hilgraves
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For fans of:Maria Callas, Leonie Rysanek, Renata Scotto
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  1. An die Musik
  2. Die Forelle
  3. Gretchen am Spinnrade
  4. No, resistance is but vain
  5. Hermit Songs: I - At St. Patrick's Purgatory
  6. Hermit Songs: II - Church bell at night, III - St. Ita's vision
  7. Hermit Songs: IV - The heavenly banquet
  8. Hermit Songs: V - The crucifixion
  9. Hermit Songs: VI - Sea-snatch
  10. Hermit Songs: VII - Promiscuity
  11. Hermit Songs: VIII - A monk and his cat
  12. Hermit Songs: IX - The praises of God
  13. Hermit Songs: X - A desire for hermitage
  14. Four Fragments from the Canterbury Tales: I - Prologe
  15. Four Fragments from the Canterbury Tales: II - A Knyght
  16. Four Fragments from the Canterbury Tales: III - A Yong Squier
  17. Love the Haven of Peace: Lovely Luna
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Rebekkah Hilgraves actively performs in numerous operas, solo recitals and as a guest concert artist in venues throughout the United States. In and around New York City, she has performed the roles of "Violetta" in Verdi's La Traviata (Little Opera Company of New Jersey, 2006), “Rachel” in the world premiere of The Eglantine by Sam Belich (New York City, 2005 -- audio samples available here), "Elisabetta" in Verdi's Don Carlo (Opera Drammatica, 2004), "Gerhilde" in Wagner's Die Walküre (The Valkyrie Project, 2005 and Opera Drammatica, 2004), the title role in Puccini's Suor Angelica (Chelsea Opera, 2004 and American Singers Opera Project, 2003), and has performed the soprano solo in Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass (Ars Musica Orchestra and Chorale, 2002). Elsewhere around the U.S., she has appeared as soloist with the Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra (1998, 1999, 2000) and with Orchestra Seattle/Seattle Chamber Singers (1999, 2000), as well as being a founding member of The Sisters.
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