Rebecca graduated, cum laude, in 2008 from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance. While at Vanderbilt, Rebecca served as Concertmaster of several University ensembles, and was a member of the all volunteer faculty at the W.O. Smith Community Music School. She also helped design and implement the project “Music Matters” which involved using music as a means of therapy and communication for children with disabilities.
She earned her Master of Music degree in 2010 at the University of Memphis where she studied as a graduate assistant with Dr. Soh-Hyun Park Altino. As a graduate assistant, Rebecca assisted in teaching undergraduate violin lessons, and survey of music history courses. She also served as Concertmaster in University Orchestras, and performed as first violin of the University Graduate String Quartet.
Rebecca is an alumnae of The Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory, The Brevard Music Center, and the MasterWorks Festival. She has adjudicated for the Alabama All-State Orchestra Festival, Suzuki programs in Memphis, performed and presented at the 2010 Tennessee Music Education Association Conference, and served as faculty at the W.O. Smith Summer Music Camp. She has performed in solo master classes given by Midori, Augustin Hadelich, William Pruecil, and Vivian Weilerstein and chamber master classes by Earl Carlyss, Andres Diaz, and the Jupiter String Quartet. Rebecca has toured and performed in venues throughout the United States, Germany and China.
Rebecca is currently a member of the Eroica Ensemble of Memphis, Tennessee and is a teacher and freelance violinist in the Houston area.