B i o g r a p h y
Rebecca Joy Lohnes began her musical studies at the Conservatory of Cergy-Pontoise when she was 6 years old. While she studied both piano and clarinet, she particularly excelled once she joined the vocal performance studio.
She continued studying voice at the Conservatory of Strasbourg under Marie Kobayashi, and later obtained a Master of Arts degree in Vocal Performance from California State University of Northridge as a student of Dr. Deanna Murray.
Rebecca Joy Lohnes is solicited for concerts and recitals.
She has participated in festivals such as Musica and Sacrées Journées de Strasbourg in the European capital, the Louis Lewandowski Festival in Berlin as well as the Internacional Compositores de Hoje in Rio de Janeiro.
Rebecca Joy Lohnes is the soprano soloist for the Polyphonies Hébraïques de Strasbourg. She regularly sings as part of Voix de Stras', Ensemble Vocal Hébraïca and Hortus Musicalis, mastering musical styles from the Renaissance to Contemporary classical compositions.
Her other musical projects include a number of recordings, the world premiere of "Rêver l'origine de l'énigme des Villes Invisibles", an adaptation of Italo Calvino's Le città invisibili as well as "Yentl : La fille aux deux visages", a musical theater production based on Isaac Bashevis Singer's short story and music by Michel Legrand.