Rebecca MacCallion


Rebecca MacCallion holds a Bachelor of Music from the Australian National University, and is currently a sponsored Young Artist with Pacific Opera.

Her 2019 season has included performing the roles of Zerlina in Mozart’s Don Giovanni for the Berlin summer Opernfest, Dido in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, and La Sorella Infermiera in Puccini’s Sour Angelica with Pacific Opera.

Previously, Rebecca appeared in various supporting roles in the Sydney Philharmonic Choirs’ 2018 production of Candide at the Sydney Opera House (directed by Mitchell Butel). Her recital credits include a solo concert in the Art Gallery of NSW’s esteemed Resonate series, nationwide broadcasts in ABC Classic FM’s Sunday Live series, and a recital for the Project Cancíon Español (Spain).

Rebecca is a recipient of The Australia-Britain Society Award for Voice, and grants from the Wagner of Society in NSW and the Friends of the ANU School of Music. She holds a Master’s degree in speech and language pathology from the University of Sydney.

Rebecca MacCallion sings with the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Nicholas Milton