- Cayuga Chamber Orchestra
- West Virginia Symphony
- Triphammer Arts
- Onondaga Symphony Orchestra
- BEMF Fringe Concert Series
- Music’s Recreation
- The Frogwork Consort
- Elizabethan Conversation
- Les Petits Violons
- Schola Cantorum of Syracuse
- Ithaca Celtic Festival
- NYS Baroque
- CSMA First Friday Series
- Cornell Summer Concert Series
- Phelps Mansion Museum Series
- Windsor Arts Festival
- Cornell Early Music Lab
*Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 8:30 pm: Couperin and Compline.
Sopranos Rebecca Leistikow and Anna O’Connell offer selections from the Tenebrae Leçons by François Couperin, followed by the ancient monastic order of compline
sung by the Anabel Taylor Chapel Choir.
March 12, 2017, 4:00 pm The Pulse of an Irishman – Irish and Scottish Songs Arranged by Beethoven CRS Barn Studio, Admission: $15 Erik Angerhofer, Carl Johengen, Dana Kinney, Rebecca Leistikow, David Neal, Steven Stull. Accompanied by Blaise Bryski, piano; Susan Waterbury, violin; David Fenwick, cello
Saturday, November 12, 2016 2:00 pm Dowland Songs with Viol consort.
Anabel Taylor Hall Founders Room – Cornell University
April 22-30, 2016. Jazz, Pop, Musical Theater favorites with Jake Roberts, Guitar. St. Lucie, Florida.
Spooktacular Organ Concert: Friday, October 30, 2015 7:00 p.m. First Presbyterian Church, Ithaca, NY. With guest vocalists Rebecca Leistikow and Geoffrey Peterson. Guest musicians include Jeff Snedeker, Sandra Wayman, Stephanie Ortolano, Erik Kibelsbeck, and others.
August 20th, 5:30-7:30pm. Rebecca Leistikow & Matthew Ocone, Classical Guitar. Dano’s Heuringer on Seneca
July 24/25/26 7:30 PM Songs for a Summer Night: An evening of arias and duets. Triphammer Arts Inc.Artists scheduled to appear include: Steven Stull, David Neal, Zachary James, Rebecca Leistikow, Caitlin Mathes, Carol McAmis, Julia Ebner, Deborah Montgomery Cove, Tamara Acosta, Ivy Walz, Lynn Craver. Also performing will be pianists William Cowdery, Richard Montgomery, Diane Birr and John White, with Peter Chwazik on bass and guitar.
Ithaca Celtic Festival: Saturday June 13th. Rebecca Performing National Anthem. Ithaca, NY
February 15th, 2015. 12pm-3pm “My Funny Valentine” Songs and arias of love and longing. On the lake at Dano’s Heuringer on Seneca.
March 22, 2015. Passio – Arvo Part. St. Lukes Lutheran Church, Ithaca.
Free preview of Don Quixote! WCNY Broadcast and Education Center, located at 415 W. Fayette St. in Syracuse. WCNY’s Classic FM (91.3 FM, HD1).
Steven Stull as Don Quixote, David Neal as Sancho, Ivy Walz as Grisostomo, Lynn Craver as Pedrillo, Rebecca Leistikow as Quiteria, Michael Roddy as Basilio, Jon English as Comacho. Richard Montgomery is the music director and is joined by Bill Cowdery at the keyboard.
June 19th, 2014 Cayuga Chamber Orchestra presents a benefit event: Bowties and Broadway! Rebecca Leistikow, Steven Stull, Ivy Walz and more! 5:30 – 8:30 PM. Hosted by the CRS Barn Studio.
Sunday, February 17, 4pm @ Saint Matthews, East Syracuse. The soprano version of Bach’s Cantata “Ich Habe Genug”.
Wednesday, February 20th @ Saint Luke’s, Ithaca. 2nd Performance of Bach’s “Ich Habe Genug”. 6pm
October 7, 2012. 4pm. Schola Cantorum of Syracuse presents choral settings of Petrarch’s poetry. Hendricks Chapel, Syracuse University.
November 2, 2012. First Friday Series @ CSMA, Ithaca, NY. Songs by Gershwin. More info TBA.
April 1, 2012. 2pm “Tasty Tunes”. Music’s Recreation performing Bach’s Coffee Cantata and selections from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite. with Rebecca Leistikow, David Neal, Thom Baker. Community School of Music and Arts, Ithaca, NY. $8
November 6, 2011. A European Holiday with Elizabethan Conversation. Community School of Music and Arts, Ithaca, NY.
November 12, 2011 8pm. VESTED INTEREST with Ellis Ashbrook and Crown of Oak. Culture Shock, 109 South Cayuga St. Ithaca, N.Y. http://www.tasteliveculture.com
October 9, 2011 3pm. “Shakepeare’s Colours” with Elizabethan Conversation. Phelps Mansion Museum Series, Binghamton, NY. http://www.phelpsmansion.org
September 17,2011 7:30pm. Songs for a September Night @CRS Barn, Ithaca, NY. Baritone Steven Stull, sopranos Amanda Demaris, Joanna Manring, and Deborah Montgomery-Cove and Rebecca Leistikow. Opera arias and classic musical theatre favorites.
June 28, 2011 9pm. WICB’s Homebrew show. Ithaca 91.7 FM or stream live HERE.
June 12, 2011 2pm VESTED INTEREST @ Greensprings 5th Anniversary Celebration. With Ti Ti Chickapee, Pamela Goddard, Dee Spector and others.
June 3, 2011 8pm. Rebecca performs originals with John Wysocki, Piano, and is a guest with ensemble Luscinia. First Friday Series. CSMA Annex, Ithaca NY.
May 14 2011 7:30pm Benefit Concert for the Suicide Prevention and Crisis Center. First Congregational Church of Ithaca. Rebecca Leistikow, William Cowdery, Hank Roberts, Luscinia, Women’s Works, Matthew Ocone.
April 16, 2011 2pm with Elizabethan Conversation. “Sounds Shakespeare Heard”. English and Spanish lute songs. Tompkins County Public Library 2pm.
November 7, 2010 with Elizabethan Conversation. “FAUVEL: A Medieval Donkey Tale”. Public Library, Ithaca, NY.
September 18, 2010 with Elizabethan Conversation. “Shakepeare’s Colours”. Windsor Music & Arts Festival, Windsor, NY.
September 12, 2010 with the Frogwork Consort. “Renaissance Songs and Dances” United Presbyterian Church, Cortland, NY
July 26, 2008 with Seth Warner, Lute. St James Catholic Church. Trumansburg, NY
July 25, 2008 with Seth Warner, lute Barnes Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
February 12,2008 with Seth Warner, lute. The Bates College Museum of Art
February 13, 2008 with Seth Warner, lute. Lunt Elementary School, Falmouth, ME
February 13, 2008 with Seth Warner, lute. Falmouth, ME
February 14, 2008 with Seth Warner, lute. Newton Center Library, Newton, MA
with Music for a while. The Saco River Grange Hall, Bar Mills, Maine
May 17, 2007 Honors Recital @ The Longy School of Music. Cambridge MA
May 12, 2007
with Music for a while. It fell on a summers day, English ballad tunes, lute songs and chamber music by Morley, Campion, Dowland and Purcell. The Cathedral of St. Luke, Portland, ME
May 11, 2007 with Music for a while. It fell on a summers day, English ballad tunes, lute songs and chamber music by Morley, Campion, Dowland and Purcell. The Cathedral of St. Paul, Boston, MA
May 8, 2007 with Music for a while. Noonday Concert Series featuring works of English ballad tunes, lute songs and chamber music by Morley, Campion, Dowland. Bates College, Olin Arts Center Concert Hall. Lewiston, ME
November 17, 2006 with Music for a while. Beneath a weeping willow’s shade, Songs and chamber music from Elizabethan England and Colonial America. The Cathedral of St. Luke. Portland, ME