Rebecca Marine & Nuno Lucas – Mezzo Soprano & Piano
Rebecca Marine is a Mezzo Soprano and is
originally from London. She is currently studying at the Royal
Welsh College of Music & Drama with Kate Woolveridge. Whilst
studying, Rebecca has been privileged enough to participate in
masterclasses with Simon Lepper and Joseph Middleton. A keen
performer, Rebecca began performing at a young age, and has enjoyed
a wealth of acting experience alongside her passion for singing.
Her first role was performing the role of ‘Golde’ in Fiddler on
the Roof. Operatic engagements include Flora in Benjamin
Britten’s Turn of the Screw for Seastar Opera, The
Crocodile in RWCMD’s Schools’ Opera, and a Post Office Clerk/Chorus
in Maxwell-Davies’ Kommilitonen! for Welsh National Youth
Opera. As a chorus member, Rebecca has performed at prestigious
venues including the Royal Festival Hall, the Barbican Centre and
The London Palladium.
Born in Lisbon, Portugal, Nuno Lucas was
awarded a scholarship in 2014 for undergraduate studies at Royal
Welsh College of Music & Drama, to study piano with Michael
Nuno started taking piano lessons at the age of eight in
Academia de Música de Lagos in Portugal with João Rosa, a former
student of Michael Young. Alongside his passion for piano Nuno
started flute lessons at the age of nine and the flute has been a
familiar instrument to him ever since.
Nuno has participated in many masterclasses with names such as
Angela Hewitt, Katia and Marielle Labèque, Stephen Hough, Boris
Berman, Artur Pizarro and Paul Badura-Skoda. The Portuguese pianist
has also been a prize winner in several national and international
piano competitions including; International Competition Cidade do
Fundão and Concurso Internacional de Música Cidade de Almada.
Recently in the United Kingdom, Nuno was a finalist of the EPTA UK
Piano Competition 2015 and the winner of the Eric Hodges Beethoven
Competition 2015, the RWCMD Concerto Competition 2016, and the Mary
Rees Chopin Prize 2016.
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