Becca Schack is an LA based composer/producer who records and performs as solo electronic artist BECA. A graduate of The Juilliard School, she creates music that spans both contemporary and cinematic worlds, applying conservatory training to modern pop sensibility. As a solo artist and producer, she is known for her emotive pop, dreamy synths, and ethereal vocals. From the ballet stage to beats for the dance floor, she “has honed her voice into a sound that is both fresh and truly her own.” (Filter Magazine)
BECA started winning public recognition for her compositions at age eleven at ASCAP's Young Composers competitions and studied composition with Samuel Adler and Pulitzer Prize/Grammy winner Christopher Rouse at Juilliard, where she earned a Bachelor of Music. As part of the Buddy Baker Film Scoring Workshop at NYU, members of the New York Philharmonic performed her score Liberators. She started forging her own path toward electronic music while studying with Elliott Sharp and attending The Dartington Music Festival in Devon, England - melding electro-acoustic elements and vocals with classical instrumentation. Commissions include ensembles ranging from brass quintet, women’s choir, to symphonic band.
A number of BECA’s songs have been licensed to television, including Ice Cream that aired on UK hit series Made in Chelsea, and 2 Sapphires on Lifetime’s Dance Moms, which garnered over 2M views online. She wrote, performed, and produced her song Who’s Checking Out Who for a Boots 17 Makeup commercial in collaboration with Partizan, Mother, and Red UK which went viral in its first launch week. Other tracks of hers have been licensed to shows such as Bones and The Young & The Restless. Most recently, Beca partnered with Bounty on the “Quicker Picker Upper” song, currently airing on all streaming platforms with over 7M views on Tik Tok.