Winning her first concerto opportunity at 16 with the Symphony Orchestra of the Junior department of the Royal Academy of Music, Rebecca has since gone on to appear as soloist with numerous British orchestras including a previous concert with the Blackpool Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Beethoven's Triple Concerto together with her colleagues in the Lawson Trio.
Since this concert back in March 2010, the trio has been selected for Making Music's promoters' shortlist and was the first piano trio to enjoy a fortnight's residency period at Snape Maltings as part of the Britten-Pears programme. 2011 sees the ensemble travel to Australia, as one of eight internationally selected trios, to compete in the 6th Competition, and record a disc for ASC records of new works written for them. They will feature as one of the ensembles in the 'Music in the Round' series and further appearances at the Purcell Room and Manchester's Bridgewater Hall follow in 2012. They are indebted to Philip Carne and the Richard Carne Trust for their generous support.
Aside from her work with the Lawson Trio Rebecca has performed at the Wigmore Hall, LSO St Luke's, given premieres of chamber works at the BBC Proms and has appeared with the Endymion Ensemble at the South Bank Centre. Rebecca studied at the Guildhall with Louise Hopkins from 2000 to 2005 and was awarded the Gregory Salzman award for postgraduate study.
Enjoying every opportunity to diversify, she has recently toured Italy playing tango music with renowned bandoneon soloist Hector Ulises Passarella and appears at this year's Womad festival in a quintet with the award-winning tango singer, Malena Muyala.