Born and raised in Los Angeles, Rebecca Ramirez grew up surrounded by music. From classical to classic rock and oldies to Mariachi, she listened, learned, and enjoyed many different genres. She was raised by a professional musician and naturally began to pick up melodies, harmonies, and rhythms which led her to start both piano and violin lessons at a young age. Rebecca played the violin in her school orchestras which allowed her musicianship to grow and mature. Rebecca took her first voice class with MMC Artistic Director, Glenn Carlos, at Los Angeles Valley College. She made the shift from instrumental to vocal music. Rebecca graduated from LAVC and transferred to California State University, Northridge, where she studied with Diane Ketchie and sang with the Northridge Singers. She graduated from CSUN with a Bachelor of Music degree and then a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance. She teaches music to children, teens and young adults. Rebecca is in her first season with the Metropolitan Master Chorale.