Rebecca Littig (soprano)
Rebecca Littig has had an exceptional career on many of the world’s opera stages. She made her European debut at age 24 as a principal member of the solo ensemble of the Stuttgart Staatsoper. Her subsequent career has taken her to leading opera theatres throughout Europe including the Royal Opera Covent Garden in London, Milan’s Teatro alla Scala, the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, Dresden’s Semperoper, the Gran Theatre del Liceu in Barcelona, Grand Theatre de Geneve, Vienna State Opera and Buenos Aires’ Teatro Colon. Festivals include the Richard Wagner Bayreuth Festival and France’s Festival Aix-En-Provence. American engagements include the Washington Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera and St. Louis Opera.
Miss Littig has been a featured as a concert soloist at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Wolf Trap Filene Center, Buffalo Symphony and has been featured in solo recitals at the, the Phillips Collection, the Lyceum in Alexandria and the Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert series.
Rebecca Littig has judged competitions for the National Symphony, FMMC, and NVMTA. She has been invited to teach masterclasses at Shenandoah Music Conservatory and maintains a voice studio in Alexandria, Virginia.
Miss Littig graduated from the University of Maryland with honors and then completed her opera studies in Rome with Maestro Luigi Ricci, and in chamber music and song with Maestro Giorgio Favaretto at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia and Accademia Chigiana in Siena.