Rebecca Mariman
Rebecca Mariman is a founding member of the vocal ensemble, Fuma Sacra, directed by Andrew Megill and has appeared with many early-music ensembles, including Artek, Bourbon Baroque, Corda Nova, Tempesta di Mare, Brandywine Baroque, The Dryden Ensemble, and Le Triomphe de l’Amour. She is also a frequent collaborator with the ensemble The Practitioners of Music presenting rarely-heard works from the 17th and 18th century including a concert of propaganda pieces celebrating the joint British/American victory in the French and Indian War not heard since the 18th century.

Rebecca is equally at home in contemporary repertoire. She has been a featured soloist in the premieres of works by Laurie Altman and Andrew Bleckner and has performed David Lang’s Little Match-girl Passion several times, including at the Carmel Bach Festival. Rebecca also performs in the Festival’s Family Concert in which she has portrayed a mermaid, an octogenarian, a “paranoid android” and an entomologist. Rebecca earned her BA in theater from Dickinson College and a Masters in Voice Performance from Westminster Choir College of Rider University.