Opera Canada, 2019 - Shanawdithit is an “effective and accomplished piece of music theatre” - ‘Cuddy was moving in the final scene’

Mooney on Theatre, 2019 - Tapestry Opera presents the premiere of a landmark Canadian-Indigenous in Toronto - ‘Cuddy has a sweet, hummingbird fast vibrato that was divinely ethereal in this scene.’

CBC Arts, 2019 - This new opera brings Shanawdithit's story out of colonial textbooks and into living history - Short Documentary

Tapestry Opera, 2019 - Explore Shanawdithit’s World: Interview with Rebecca Cuddy

Tapestry Opera, 2018 - Video Interview - In Her Words: What does it mean to tell Shanawdithit’s Story

Radio Canada, ICI Saskatchewan, 2019 - Le spectacle Riel : Heart of the North en l’honneur de Dominic Gregorio

RSO, 2019 - Cuddy makes Regina Symphony debut as La Métisse in the world premiere of Steele/Weissensel’s new work Riel; Heart of the North

Opera Canada, 2018 (Bill Rankin) - ‘A few stood out as convincing Mirvish aspirants… especially Rebecca Cuddy as the Baker’s Wife…’

Gigcity, 2018 - Into the Woods: The end justifies the beans - ‘Rebecca Cuddy - fresh and funny with a large, supple voice’

Opera Ramblings, 2017 - Voice of a Nation - ‘All of this got a heartfelt, beautifully sung and compellingly acted performance by Rebecca.’

Planet Hugill, 2017 - A certain sense of order

Planet Hugill, 2017 - Mescaline, therapy and the Berlin wall: towards new opera with Rough for Opera

Goodenough College News, 2016 - Bloomsbury Opera: "The Bear" is a great success

Oakville Beaver, 2015 - Oakville singer taking love of opera one step at a time

Métis Nation of Ontario, 2014 - Métis classical vocalist bound for Europe

Law Society Gazette, 2012 - Panelists explore the state of Métis law 

Rebecca Cuddy is not only a great young singer, but also a very exciting opera performer. Her equally successful and bold renditions of Popova in Walton’s The Bear and of Dinah in Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti are a testament to her dramatic range, which allows her to tap into deep-set emotions or clown techniques as the production may require it.

This range, when combined with a rare awareness and understanding of, and willingness to engage with essential production and technical aspects of opera-making, makes her a most valuable creative partner and someone with whom I would love to continue collaborating in many productions to come.
— Dr. Jorge Balça, Theater and Opera Director, 2017