Rebecca Winston

Rebecca Winston has been teaching and performing for more than 20 years. She has sung with orchestras, opera companies and theaters around the country and internationally and brings a wealth of practical experience to the teaching studio. 

She has taught students from grade school through adult. Specialties include classical voice, musical theatre, choral and audition preparation.

Mrs. Winston taught and performed in the Dallas area for many years, and currently serves as Choral Director at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Broken Arrow.


 

Rebecca Winston received her Masters Degree in Vocal Performance from the University of North Texas where she first began teaching as a Teaching Fellow.   She has performed several roles with the Fort Worth Opera in their productions of Carmen, Susannah, Madame Butterfly, Hansel and Gretel, and Aida.  Rebecca is a frequent soloist with The Orchestra of New Spain and traveled to San Miguel and Guanajuato Mexico to perform at the International Cervantino Festival with the group.  She has also appeared as a soloist with many other orchestras and chamber groups including the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, The Brazos Valley Orchestra, The Florida Orchestra, The Lewisville Lake Symphony, American Chamber Choir, Voces Intimae, Camerata Winds, and the Flower Mound Chamber Orchestra. She has also been the recipient of awards from such competitions as The Stewart Awards, the Sorantin Competition, the McCammon Voice Competition, and the Shreveport Opera Singer of the Year Awards.   Rebecca has taught private voice lessons for 22 years including 11 years at the University of Texas at Arlington, and served as Director of Choral Activities for Lamb of God Lutheran Church in Flower Mound for 18 years.

 

Audio

Rebecca Winston with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra "Hello, Young Lovers"