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The Diary of Anne Frank

Rebekah is delighted to announce the details for her concert performance of the Diary of Anne Frank. Tickets are now available for purchase. Visit her news page for full details.


Rebekah is delighted to announce that she will join Northern Ireland Opera to sing the role of The Page in Verdi’s Rigoletto

Rebekah joins an amazing cast, director Walter Sutcliffe and The Ulster Orchestra. Full cast and details to follow.

Venue Grand Opera House, Belfast.
Performance dates
30th September,
4th October
6th October.

Born in Northern Ireland, I graduated from Queen’s University Belfast Bachelor of Music and then from the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester with a Postgraduate Vocal Diploma. Since 2002 I have been performing in Operas, Oratorios and Concerts throughout the U.K and Ireland.

In the field of opera I have performed roles with many opera companies including Opera North, English Touring Opera, Opera Theatre Company, Ni Opera, Lyric Opera, Castleward Opera, Buxton Festival, The Belfast Festival at Queens, Aldeburgh Festival, Stowe Opera and Bampton Classical Opera.

I have performed often with The Ulster Orchestra including their Proms in the Park concert at Hillsborough Castle and my broadcasts include Radio Ulster, BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio 4.

I perform regularly in intimate recitals and large corporate events. Should you wish to discuss a forthcoming event please send me a message using the contact form below. I work with a number of pianists and also with The Ulster String Quartet and I would be happy to programme the perfect music for your event.

For details of my opera and concert performance repertoire click here

Voice coaching is available in my purpose built studio. Click here to contact me


‘Ach, ich fühl’s’ (Pamina’s Act Two lament from The Magic Flute), the other Mozart selection, requires more inwardness and intensity. Although Coffey’s voice is not naturally muscular or aggressive, her upper register surges and expands impressively here, vividly communicating the character’s emotional desolation. Coffey’s is a relatively light, lyrical soprano voice, at times almost soubrettish …