At the age of 17 Rebecca Blanz started her studies of voice and piano at the centre for the highly gifted at the “Hochschule für Musik Detmold” and also played the violin in the orchestra of the university. After graduation she went on to the “Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien” where she finished her studies with the masters degree. She participated in masterclasses by Thomas Quasthoff, Olaf Bär, Bo Skovhus, Marjana Lipovsek, Deborah Polaski, Julius Drake, Gabriele Fontana und Thomas Heyer.

Already during her studies she was able to make first experiences on stage, among others at the Landestheater Detmold, the Theater Münster, the Theater Essen and at the Neue Studiobühne Wien. At the Wiener Kammeroper she made her debut in 2018 as Susie in Bernstein’s “A Quiet Place”, as well as at the Musikverein Wien in world premieres of works of Erik Werba and at the Bayreuther Festspiele in a world premiere of “Der verschwundene Hochzeiter” by Klaus Lang.
In autumn of 2019 she performs 1. Dame / Zauberflöte with the Scala Milano on their tour to Shanghai

Rebecca Blanz is an award winner of the Bundeswettbewerb Gesang Berlin, award winner of the Hauck-Aufhäuser Kulturstiftung and scholarship holder of the DAAD (2017), the Cusanuswerk (since 2017) and of the Richard Wagner Verband Wien (2019).

In addition to her singing work her master's thesis was published, dealing with concerts for singers as well as concert arias.