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Becca Bly is a Boston based coloratura Soprano originally from the small hills of Chicora, Pennsylvania.  She has performed on stages nationally and made her international debut at the Varna International Music Program in Varna, Bulgaria in June 2019.  She is a recent graduate of Longy School of Music of Bard College with her M.M. in Vocal Performance.  She currently studies in the studio of Carol Mastrodomenico.


Her past roles include Voix 1 in Leçons de ténèbres, Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi, Suor Dolcina in Suor Angelica, Celia in Mozart’s Lucio Silla, Saint Margaret in the premier chamber opera Voices Followed: The Illumination of Joan of Arc (Bruno C. Faria), Countess Lisa in Kalman’s operetta Countess Mariza, First Servant in Der Zwerg, and Sophie/Barbara Cranach in the world premier of Katharina von Bora (Mihai Valcu).


Becca is also a featured soloist for many oratorio and masses including Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater” under the music direction of Libor Dudas and Mozart’s “Mass in C Minor” under the direction of Dr. Trey Davis.  Her most recent performance was with Vocal Academy of Opera in Bodrum, Turkey, where she sang "Leçons de Tenébrès" by Couperin.  She frequently performs themed recitals that challenges the audiences’ perspectives on life and human emotions such as “Life, Death, and Resurrection,” “Music and the Senses”, “Devotion and Devastation”, and “Sensuality of the Soul”.  Becca has collaborated with renowned coaches such as Libor Dudas, Brian Moll, Noriko Yasuda, Hugo Vera, and Ariadna Zagrean and has worked under the baton of Dr. Sean Wang, Ryan Turner, and Gregory Buchalter.


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