Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.
— Victor Hugo
 
 

Rebecca Longtemps is a classically trained soprano who crossed over into music theatre and pop repertoire. Her musical journey began at the piano and transitioned into singing with the Miami Children’s Chorus, which eventually led to her pursuit of undergraduate and graduate degrees in Vocal Performance from Florida International University and Florida State University.

She has been a two-time finalist in the southeast regional NATS vocal competitions. She has performed as a soloist with ensembles such as FIU Wind Symphony, FIU Symphony Orchestra, FIU Camerata, Camerata del Puerto Orchestra, Opera Louisiane, Theatre Baton Rouge, and Florida Grand Opera Young Artist collaboration.

 

Recent projects include recording vocals for Maria del Sol’s film score in the “Interview with Marilyn” (Dir. Agatino Zurria) for which Maria del Sol won Best Original Film Score at the Florence Film Festival. Premiering the role of Allie in workshop stage readings and recording preview for the new musical, “I Don’t Care” (Michael Vadnal). She played Linda Lou and Imogene Charlene in PPTOPA’s “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” and her first supporting role in the short film, Catharsis (Dir. Nicolas Firlej).

Rebecca has 8+ years of experience teaching voice and beginner piano lessons both privately and with organizations such as Acadiana Symphony Conservatory of Music and Centre for the Arts in Louisiana, and Hess Conservatory of Music, Miami Music Works, Musician’s Discount Center, and Greater Miami Youth Symphony in Miami. She is a Steinway Educational Partner and a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. She is an active performer in South Florida and teaches from her private studio and after-school at Gulliver Academy and Westminster Christian School.