Rebecca Rottsolk

Rebecca J. Rottsolk served as Artistic Director of the internationally renowned Northwest Girlchoir in Seattle, Washington from 1982 to 2001. Under her leadership, the Choir's outstanding repertoire, creative and varied performances, and professional recordings were so successful that they won accolades from and became a model for other choirs and music educators. She and her choirs have won numerous awards in North America and abroad. As an accomplished soprano, respected conductor and music educator, Rebecca frequently presents workshops on treble voices and effective teaching and conducting techniques. She serves as guest conductor and clinician for numerous festival choruses throughout America, adjudicates for Heritage Festivals and Worlds of Fun Choral Festivals, and is a series editor for Alliance Music Publications, Inc. She served on the 2001 National Endowment of the Arts review panel for ArtsLearning applications. Additionally, Rebecca taught elementary music for 16 years and directed several adult and youth church choirs. She received the degree of Bachelor of Music with honors in vocal performance from St. Olaf College, continued vocal study at the University of Washington and received her MA from Pacific Lutheran University. She received her CME Artist-Teacher diploma in 1992. She is the 1997 recipient of the Washington State ACDA Award for Choral Leadership and National ACDA R&S Chairperson for Children's Choirs. Rebecca conducts several adult community choral ensembles and sings in the Wild Rose Chorale in Port Townsend.

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