Rebekah started her music career age 4 with the Suzuki Violin method then progressing onto piano aged 8. Having excelled at Piano and Violin Rebekah attended Chethams School of Music studying under Susan Bettany and John Gough going on to win first place at the European Student Convention and Russian and Baltic States Convention (Rachmaninoff category). Rebekah then attended Royal Northern College of Music where she studied piano under Peter Lawson and has performed extensively for concerts in the Uk, Russia, France, Atlanta, Mozambique along with solo performances at Bridgewater Hall, Manchester Cathedral, Preston Minster, Chethams Baronial Hall, Lotherton Hall and Chester Cathedral.


Rebekah began studying the organ in 2017 with Andrew Dean and now studies under Professor David Baker. Rebekah has been appointed as Associate organist of Leeds Cathedral (Summer 2022) and has a growing series of Organ recitals around the country. Presently Rebekah is Organist and Director of Music at St Lawrence with St Paul’s Longridge Parish. Rebekah is currently collecting her Organ Diplomas.


Rebekah Completed her PhD in Sonic Installation Art and Composition and works as a Music Lecturer at Blackburn College and University Centre. Her work focuses upon  the Repatriation of Domesticity within Sonic Installation Art and the role of Installed Musical Composition to facilitate engagement with Space, Sculpture and Composition.