Rebecca Huber

Rebecca Huber, a native of the Pacific Northwest in the United States, studied violin performance at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, working with Almita Vamos and Milan Vitek. For her master studies, Rebecca studied baroque violin perfomance with Kati Debretzeni, Catherine Mackintosh and Elizabeth Wallfisch at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in The Hague.

Rebecca specializes in both historical performance practice and contemporary music. Since 2012, she has been the artistic director and concert master of the Dutch based orchestra Symphonie Atlantique which has performed extensively throughout the Netherlands, as well as toured Spain and Mexico.

Rebecca performs with numerous chamber ensembles and orchestras around the world. She currently is a member of B’Rock in Belgium, Modelo 62, the Elliot quartet, and Opera2day. For the last several years, she has also performed frequently in the United States and Mexico, performing with Ars Lyrica in Houston, and La Fontegara and Cepromusic in Mexico, with Modelo and Opera2day. She also has toured in various chamber ensembles in Argentina, Chili and Korea.

Rebecca also teaches extensively and has taught several chamber music and orchestral workshops at conservatories and festivals throughout Mexico, such as UNAM in Mexico City, the Celaya and Jalapa conservatories of music, Festival Huellas in Patzcuaro, and with Barroquissimo in Mexico City. At the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague Rebecca teaches string quartets and preparation for professional practice at the Early Music Department.

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