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Rebekah Ambrosini

Associate Professor of Voice

Southern Nazarene University

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Southern Nazarene University

6729 NW 39TH EXPY

Bethany, Oklahoma,73008

United States

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Visiting Instructor of Voice

Oklahoma City University


Affiliations

Cimarron Circuit Opera Company

Board Member


University of Oklahoma

Visiting Professor


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www.interartsmanagement.com

Rebekah Ambrosini
InterArts Management, Inc. IAM logo Rebekah Ambrosini Rick Rodgers of NEWSOK.COM raved following a recent performance of Mendelssohn's Elijah, "More impressive still was Rebekah Ambrosini's velvety contralto, a standout in Woe unto them and in the impressive simplicity of Oh, rest in the Lord." Career highlights for Ms. Ambrosini include performances of Mahler's Symphony No. 8 with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir under the baton of renowned conductor Keith Lockhart, a Carnegie Hall debut in in Mozart's Requiem with Musica Sacra, Bernstein's Jeremiah Symphony with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, the world premiere of Richard Cumming's Aspects of Hippolytus with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Mahler's Symphony No. 2 under the baton of Gilbert Kaplan, and Hänsel in Hänsel und Gretel with the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan conducted by Maestro Jahja Ling. On the operatic stage, Ms. Ambrosini has performed principal roles with Cincinnati Opera, Tulsa Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera, Sarasota Opera, Music Theatre of Wichita, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, and the Festival de Lille in France, among others. Ms. Ambrosini was a Regional Winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and can be seen as the Sorceress in the award-winning OETA/PBS film production of Dido and Aeneas. Additionally, Ms. Ambrosini was featured in a performance of The Prairie by Lukas Foss at the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Concert. The 2012/2013 season heard Rebekah in Mahler's Symphony No. 8 with the Helena Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with Ft. Wayne Philharmonic, Beethoven's Mass in C and C.P.E. Bach's Magnificat with the OU Accademia Filharmonica, Bach's Magnificat in D with Canterbury Chorale and the Oklahoma City Symphony and Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with the Reading Symphony Orchestra of Pennsylvania. The 2013-2014 season will hear the contralto with the Tulsa Oratorio Choir in the Saint-Saëns Requiem, Handel's Messiah with Ft. Wayne Symphony and Mozart's Requiem with Symphony Orchestra Augusta, Georgia. A former visiting professor at Oklahoma City University, University of Oklahoma and Molloy College, Ms. Ambrosini is currently Associate Professor of Voice at Southern Nazarene University. She has served on the faculty of the Indiana Masterworks Festival, is a Cimarron Opera Board member and served as Co-director of the Cimarron Opera Camp. Ms. Ambrosini is frequently in demand to judge national and regional vocal competitions.


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Rebekah Ambrosini
Rebekah Ambrosini, contralto, has performed leading roles with Sarasota Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Tulsa Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera, Music Theatre of Wichita, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, the Festival de Lille in France and is a regular solo artist with many major American Symphonies. Ms. Ambrosini was a Regional Winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2003 with Musica Sacra as the alto soloist in Mozart’s Requiem. Last season Rebekah performed as alto soloist in Rossini’s Stabat Mater with Oklahoma’s Windsong, Mozart Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Bach’s Cantata #34 and Luigi Nono’s Il Canto Sospeso with the OU Accademia Filharmonica and OU Symphony, in the OKC Bombing Memorial Concert at First Christian Church of OKC and with the UCO Chorale in The Prairie by Lukas Foss. Rebekah was formerly a visiting professor at Molloy College, Oklahoma City University and University of Oklahoma and is currently Associate Professor of Voice at Southern Nazarene University. She has served on the faculty of the Indiana Masterworks Festival, was 2010 Co-director of the Cimarron Opera Camp and serves regularly as a judge for local and national vocal competitions. Rebekah is a Cimarron Opera Board member and resides in Norman, Oklahoma, with her husband, tenor, Jeffrey Ambrosini and their two children, Talla and Luca.


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At MWF, Erin met Rebekah Ambrosini, a voice professor at SNU, who took an interest in her by encouraging and eventually recruiting her.


www.theparisnews.com

We're happy to hear renowned vocalist Rebekah (Kirtley) Ambrosini is returning to Hugo, Okla., for a rare hometown performance. Ambrosini and his wife, Rebekah, have two children, Talla and Luca.Rebekah (Kirtley) Ambrosini, formerly of Hugo, is an assistant professor of voice at Southern Nazarene University.She has performed leading roles with Sarasota Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Tulsa Opera, Music Theatre of Wichita, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma and the Festival de Lille in France.Rebekah Ambrosini made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2003 with Musica Sacra as the alto soloist in Mozart's "Requiem."She can be seen as the sorceress in the OETA/PBS film production of "Dido and Aeneas."


www.theparisnews.com

Renowned vocalists Jeffrey and Rebekah (Kirtley) Ambrosini will perform an evening of classical and Broadway favorites at 7 p.m. Thursday.Ambrosini and his wife, Rebekah, have two children, Talla and Luca.Rebekah (Kirtley) Ambrosini, formerly of Hugo, is an assistant professor of voice at Southern Nazarene University.She has performed leading roles with Sarasota Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Tulsa Opera, Music Theatre of Wichita, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma and the Festival de Lille in France.Rebekah Ambrosini made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2003 with Musica Sacra as the alto soloist in Mozart's "Requiem."This spring, Rebekah Ambrosini will sing Mendellsohn's "Elijah" with the McFarland Choir and symphony as well as Vivaldi's "Dixit Dominus" with the OU Accademia Fiharmonica.


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