“In the midst of a soaring career” (Chicago Tribune), 2015 was a landmark year for young American Soprano Becca Conviser, taking home the top prize in 5 International Competitions. This season she made her orchestral debut at the historic Smetena Hall in the Czech Republic, made her German house debut as Frau Fluth in Die Lustigen Weiber von Windsor under the baton of Maestro Oliver Weder accompanied by the Thüringer Symphoniker. Upcoming projects include singing the role of Druhá Žinka this spring, and covering award winning sopranos Christina Vasileva and Maria Kobielska in the Title Role of Madama Butterfly at Divadlo J. K. Tyla v Plzni, in the Czech Republic.
Ms. Conviser has performed a broad range of works, in the Jungendlicher- Dramatischer repertoire, on stages internationally. Recent projects featured her performing the works of Mozart, Strauss, Verdi, Wagner, among others, in both opera and recital engagements. In addition to her many performances throughout the United States, Becca frequents stages in France, Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic.
Described for her sound which “exudes joy, enthusiasm and warmth”, this technically sound soprano has a timber uniquely her own. Ms. Conviser’s diverse portfolio of over 25 roles, demonstrates this young soprano’s vocal strength, versatility and great potential for the dramatic Verdi and Wagner repertoire in the future.
Acknowledged by the National Classical Singer Competition panel for her “First Class Singing”, Becca’s body of work includes frequent performances as an Orchestral Soloist, as a collaborator with Chamber Music Ensembles, in addition to appearances on National Radio, and at Gala events. She frequently participates in new music premieres across the country; most recently with the American Opera Projects in New York.
Ms. Conviser is also an enthusiastic performer of German Lieder and Art Song. Acclaimed collaborator Dalton Baldwin praised her for both her lied interpretation and vocalism, stating that her voice was that which “one recognizes immediately – radiant, resonant, true to pitch, it soars freely and delights the listener.”