Norfolk based soprano Rebecca Kaznowski is currently studying under Marcus Van Den Akker having previously studied with Professor Susan McCulloch. Since graduating from Canterbury Christ Church Unversity in 2010 she has had the opportunity to work with acclaimed tutors such as Kate Royal, Anne Murray, Malcolm Martineau, Susan Bullock and Simon Lepper. She was selected by Malcolm Martineau to be a Crear Scholar in January 2018 and was a finalist in the London Song Festival in 2017.
Rebecca's oratorio and concert highlights include Handel Messiah, Mozart Requiem, Vivaldi Gloria, Haydn The Creation, Britten Les Illuminations and Ceremony of Carols, Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem, Faure Requiem and Jenkins The Armed Man. Her opera roles and chorus work include 2nd Lady and Spirit (The Magic Flute, Mozart), Youca (L’étoile, Chabrier), Plaintiff (Trial by Jury, G + S), Gossip (Noyes Fludde, Britten), The Forewoman (Louise, Charpentier), and Belinda (Dido and Aeneas, Purcell).
Alongside her performing career, Rebecca has established herself as a dedicated and knowledgable vocal teacher in Norfolk. She is passionate about developing and training singers of all genres of music through a holistic approach and communicating a clear understanding of how the voice works. She is committed to continued professional development and her teaching style is influenced by the many different methods and ideals of modern pedagogy. Rebecca runs a busy private teaching studio in Norwich and Rockland St Mary as well as being on the teaching staff at Gresham's School, Notre Dame Prep and Norwich High School for Girls.
"Consummate professionalism, beautiful sound, immaculate diction"
Grenville Hancox, MD - Canterbury Cantata Trust