As well as Rebecca's solo and consort work, she is much in demand as a workshop leader, animateur, accompanist and musical director. Recent events include several workshops for Choir of the Year, including a workshop at the final of the competition in the Royal Festival Hall for 2,500 people, and also conducting 400 children at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the World in Our City project for the Westminster Music Service. Other favourite events include leading 250 children in Bollywood songs at the Royal Festival Hall and appearing in the Over the Rainbow live events for BBC TV.
Rebecca has broadcast extensively on BBC radio and national television and has produced a series of vocal tutorial videos for the BBC, including the one for the Last Night of The Proms, helping people to prepare their version of popular musical theatre classics.
Highlights from recent projects include several BBC Singers events with Tim Steiner based around concerts at Milton Court/Barbican, The Bartered Bride for Tonic Choir and being a judge for Berkshire Young Singer of the Year.
Rebecca has a passion for music education working with singing groups of all ages and abilities throughout the country, both as guest conductor and musical director. She is regularly asked to lead Come & Sing events for the BBC Singers, the Proms and orchestras, which have included working on Faure’s Requiem and the Benjamin Britten Friday Afternoons Centenary project in Salford with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, and leading rehearsals for over 12,000 children for the most recent BBC initiative, 10 Pieces. Rebecca is equally at home working with children and adults, both amateur and professional and she conducts choirs in London and Kent. Her particular pleasure comes from working with singers who have been told that they can't sing, and giving them the skills and confidence to enjoy making music.
If you would like to arrange a workshop for your group Rebecca can help you with: