Becca Anne Marriott – Soprano
"Especial praise must be given to Becca Marriott as Tosca who looked every inch the diva and sung with passionate relish; her Vissi d’arte was memorable."
— Sameer Rahim, The Telegraph
Becca Anne Marriott is a lyric soprano and actress performing Opera, Oratorio and Art Song.
She is the departing Morag Noble scholar at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where she won the Roy Pleasance Prize for solo voice and orchestra.
Becca recently sung the role of Nitocris in Handel's Belshazzar, directed by Emma Rivlin and conducted by Nicholas Kraemar.
She has worked with Carl Rosa Opera, Opera Up Close, Winslow Hall Opera, The Philharmonia Britannica, Midsummer Opera Chorus, Black Robin Opera, The Wedding Collective, The Thames Philharmonia, Aria Alba and lutenist and composer, Michael Fields.
Notably, Becca has performed at The Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Soho Theatre, The Tower of London, The Old Vic Tunnels, Tête à Tête Opera Festival, The Theatre Royal Winchester, The Severn Theatre Shrewsbury and Blackheath Halls.
In June 2012 Becca translated, directed and performed in a new production of Pergolesi's La Serva Padrona at City University, London. Her new libretto for the opera, re-composed by Danyal Dhondy, was staged by Lucid Arts and Music at the Tête à Tête Opera Festival in 2013 to excellent reviews.
Becca Marriott also created and directed Music Box the Improvised Musical – a highly successful London based comedy show: www.musicboximprov.com
Tosca, Tosca 2012
"The star among the youthful cast is Becca Marriott, giving an intense and tuneful voice to the title character, Floria Tosca...she is utterly convincing as the feisty, petulant diva." — Jonathan Lennie, TimeOut
"Becca Marriott's Tosca, a compelling vision in red lipstick and black market furs, has a suitably wanton allure and sounds fiery" — Neil Fisher, The Times
Amelia, Ballo 2013
"Becca Marriott combines and intriguing breadth and power" — Warwick Thompson, Metro
"Amelia (Becca Marriott) stands dressed in trademark yellow and blue, harshly lit by two street lamps and sings her heart wrenching aria with the opening line “Here I am in this bloody freezing car park.” It was mesmerising." — Alison Wisenfeld, West End Frame