"One can have no smaller or greater mastery than mastery of oneself." --Leonardo da Vinci

Trained in ballet and modern, Rebecca's choreography is decidedly contemporary. She is inspired by pedestrian movement and gesture. As a dancer she continues to study and is always ready to try a new dance form.


How can dance understand insecure feelings through embodied expression? This piece explores an individual’s relationship to her own artistic identity and its external influences. What can we learn from artists’ experiences? Where does empathy play a role? How does artists’  self-awareness help them work through insecurity? As part of an arts-based research project for her master's thesis, Rebecca choreographed this piece. May 2010

Go It Alone

Solo Choreographed and performed by Rebecca. March 2008.

In addition to scholarly writing, Rebecca enjoys creative writing. When inspired, she crafts poetry and prose, serious and silly. 

All original artwork and photographs by Rebecca Ann S. Kirk unless otherwise noted.
© Copyright 2010-2017 by Rebecca Ann S. Kirk. 

untitled, 2009            

Rebecca's art uses found objects and mixed media in collage. She has been drawing and painting her entire life. All of the images in the headings of each page are sections of her work. Contact her for a complete visual art portfolio.

Chaos Theory: In Search of Balance, 2006    

Diversity in Community, 2002     

This was created specifically for the cover of Working with Differences.

A lyric coloratura soprano, Rebecca has been a member of the Berkshire Bach SocietyCathedral Choral SocietyBack Bay Choraleand Central Oregon MastersingersShe recently appeared in a local production of Les Miserables. Rebecca studied classical voice and her musical training is founded in nearly seven years of piano, two of which were jazz piano as well as three years in vocal jazz choir.

 Vocal Samples
  • Rebecca's voice is one of nearly 200 that brought to life the world premiere of Dominick Argento's Evensong: Love and Angels performed in 2008 by Cathedral Choral Society in Washington National Cathedral. Conducted by J. Reilly Lewis. Listen to the a cappella Psalm 102.  © Copyright 2009 by Loft Recordings, LLC 
  • Rebecca performing Ned Rorem's Spring in recital in 2004. Accompanied on piano by Victoria Chu.

Jazz, 2006             

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