Rebecca Van Den Berg
S O P R A N O
C O N T A C T
"Rebecca van den Berg was the star of the show, with dramatic and vocal depth as she showed in her big aria…"
La Cambiale di Matrimonio, Opera Magazine
"Rebecca van den Berg had much spark and charm as Nanetta"
R E V I E W S
Rebecca van den Berg was a warm and sexy Drusilla. Drusilla is often portrayed simply as a good and noble girl, but van den Berg made her a really sexy woman in love
Rebecca van den Berg gives Drusilla a depth of character and lyricism which makes her story truly moving
Rebecca van den Berg had much spark and charm as Nanetta -
Rebecca van den Berg is poised and effective
(The Arts Desk, Alexandra Coghan about Jacob Lenz, ENO at the Hampstead Theatre)
Lots of Richard Jones-esque disco-dancing (working incredibly well here) and some extremely fine singing – particularly from Rebecca van den Berg
(La cambiale di matrimonio, The Classical Source)
Rebecca van den Berg was a lively Fanny in Rossini, singing with confidence and charm.
(La Cambiale di Matrimonio, Classical Iconoclast)
Rebecca van den Berg’s sweet toned Nice Caroline was outstanding.
(The King goes forth to France, Independent on Sunday)
Rebecca van den Berg’s Anne Trulove was impressive: always in control and movingly sung.
(Rake’s Progress. Rian Evans, The Guardian)
For me, Rebecca van den Berg was the star of the show. She sings beautifully and with such power that her words even got to the back of that huge barn.
(Rake’s Progress. Mike Levy, Cambridge Review)
Rebecca van den Berg’s Anne is a real find. Remember the name. That sort of radiance doesn’t grow on trees!
(Rake’s Progress. Paul Riley, Bristol and Bath Review)
Great lyric style
(Rake’s Progress, Opera Now Magazine)