Rebekah has been playing the violin for 15 years and has played an eclectic mix of music genres from baroque and classical styles to Scottish and folk. She has spent the last 4 years experimenting with improvised styles in more contemporary settings such as session music and has played for students at Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, on their EPs releases this year.
In addition, Rebekah has experimented with combining playing the violin with dance. She recently appeared as ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ on the rooftop of 47/49 Tanner street near London Bridge as part of a pop up art exhibition, Plastic Lunch and has just finished filming a creative short film, Aliyah in which she plays performs a devised contemporary dance whilst playing the violin to create a moving narrative.
Rebekah has a light soprano voice with an extended chest register and enjoys singing in both classical and contemporary styles.
Having spent the last year sharing accommodation with London based song writer Nadine, Rebekah has had the opportunity to merge and collaborate with a number of London based musicians. She has also developed her skills in solo performance; whilst she enjoys the challenge of using her soprano range to sing classical pieces she also enjoys singing a contemporary and folk in a far more laid back style, often accompanying herself on the guitar.