Rebecca performs as a solo harpist for numerous weddings and corperate functions throughout the year. She started playing the harp at the age of 12. Within six months she had already won the Harp Solo for the National Youth Eisteddfod. She went on to win numerous competitions, the Royal National Eisteddfod on more than one occasion and local and national music competitions.
Rebecca furthered her musical studies at the Royal College of Music, London, where she studied under Ieuan Jones. Whilst at college, she played the harp for all of the college orchestras, particularly enjoying the 20th Century Ensemble, and the Opera Orchestra. She became principal harpist of the National Youth Orchestra of Wales, the Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and is currently principal harpist with the British Police Symphony Orchestra and the Sidcup Symphony Orchestra.
Rebecca performs with the British Police Symphony Orchestra to sell out performances of the Last night of the Proms concert at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham every year.
Rebecca has performed at numerous Gala events for the Princes Trust, in the Presence of HRH Prince Charles, and numerous celebrities Tom Jones, Anthony Hopkins, Ruth Madoc, to name but a few. Rebecca enjoys charity work, and has performed at numerous fund raising events, for Leukaemia Research, Cancer Research, the Princes Jubilee Trust, Headway, Unicef and numerous Police Federation conferences.
Rebecca also performs annually for the Story of Christmas charity event at St George’s Hanover square, in the presence of many top celebrities. Last years performance was played on Classic FM.
Television appearances include the performance of the Mozart Flute and Harp concerto in Paris for Designed by Emmanuel. She also performs at the Albert Hall every year for the BBC festival of remembrance.
“Now that all the excitement has died down, we just want to thank you once more for your performance and for making Saturday such a wonderful day for us and our guests. Everyone was truly thrilled and it turned what was always bound to be a happy day into the happiest day of our lives.”
– Dick and David
On behalf of everyone he re at the Ashmolean, I wanted to write and say thanks you for making the arrangement for Rebecca to perform at the Ashmolean’ event on Fraday 29 Setember 2006. Rebecca was wonderful. Her playing set the tone of the evening perfectly, created a magical atmosphere and contributed to the success of the evening. From the moment our guests walked in the door, the sound of the harp helped to make this a very special occasion.
Not only did Rebecca played brilliantly, she was friendly and cheerful which made her a pleasure to have at the event.
With thanks once again for helping to make this possible.
– Helen Duncan
Handel Harp concerto in Bb Major
Variations on a Theme of Mozart by Glinka
Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn
Dafydd y Garreg wen
Ffarwel y Telynor
La Source Zabel
Parry Sonata in D Major
The Bells of aberdovvy
Y ferch o blwy penderry
Air on the G String
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin (Here comes the bride)
Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring
La Source -Zabel
O Mio Babbino Caro, Puccini
Send in the clowns
Someone to Watch over me
Titanic theme tune
Try to Remember
A wonderful Guy
If I loved you
Some Enchanted evening
You’ll never walk alone
Falling in love with love
Love is here to stay
Love Walked in
Tell me on a Sunday
Try to remember