headshot.jpgMezzo-Soprano K. Rebecca Oehlers has been an active artist in the Philadelphia area receiving praise from both audiences and conductors alike. Ms. Oehlers received her musical education from both the Mannes College of Music and Temple University where she majored in both voice and french horn performance, and received the Esther Boyer Voice and Opera Award for excellence in performance. She has been a soloist several times with the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia, the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, the St. Clement’s Choir of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Classical Symphony, where she was also a guest artist with Ellen Hargis and the Harp Consort under the direction of Andrew Lawrence King in a program of 17th century Spanish Opera.

Her discography includes A White Christmas at Longwood Gardens on the DTT label, Hymns of Heaven and Earth, Music of Thomas Luis Vittoria, and Masses and Motets of Reinberger and Brahms,all on the Dorian records label.

Rebecca has also been heard on several radio broadcasts singing Schumann’s Frauenliebe und Leben and Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzer. She has most recently performed the music of Bach and Lieder of Schubert in Aachen and Jülich, Germany. She has been on the voice faculty at Drexel University for nine years and sings and plays recorders with the early music ensemble, Quidditas

Singing Bio.


Design team member for:

Kitchen Sink Stamps

Papertrey Ink

Starving Artistamps


To be updated soon

CONTACT: oehlers@verizon.net


6 Responses to “About”

  1. Sarah Wallin Says:

    Hi, Becky! Thanks for stopping by my site!

    I do love your blog’s title – that’s really cool (especially ‘cuz, being an orch/chamber-dork, I know what it means!!) Hee hee…. 🙂

    I followed your links to your Myspace page – You have a lovely voice. By the way, what instrument did you turn to singing from??

    Best to you!

  2. Patty Says:


    When I see concert, my eyes pop. My son is in a rock band…enough said. Also, another son’s former girlfriend lives across the river from Philly, and her father is an opera singer in the NY area…last name is Espalett (not sure of the spelling). Wonderful voice!

    I just wanted to let you know that I appreciate your talent, and drive in such a fierce world of the arts.

  3. Denise Williams (no, not the singer : - ) Says:

    Hi, Becky. I caught your pen case artwork on Splitcoaststampers.com and followed it to your blog. Wow, I’m blown away. I’m so impressed!!! It’s so fun to just read and listen to the way you write, let alone see your work and how you must sing. We had two WONDERFUL exchange students live with us for a year, each from Germany, and my husband used to live in Philly, so I feel we must have a connection. Anyway, after all of that, how do I get to the tutorial for the adorable pen case? (I found many other beautiful things along the way, thank you.) I meant to get online quickly for some ideas for a little stamp camp I’m doing for a daycare my son attended many years ago and here it is–nearly six hours later–and this is all I’ve gotten done today. I’m in big trouble! Thank you for being so entertaining.

  4. You are an amazing artist. That home for the Holidays card is stunning.


  5. Karen Says:

    Do you have a tutorial on how to use the glue pad and the Martha Stewart glitter?

  6. Karen Says:

    Becky I love your new blog. Visit you everyday through your blog.
    Did you have any pictures of the latest “Inchies” you made with your girlfriend? I am wanting to let my grandchildren make some for their mother’s birthday. I am having difficulty finding the right hardware that will work. Thanks for any help with some suggestions

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