Rebecca Huber

Docent Historisch Strijkkwartet - Docent Voorbereiding op de Beroepspraktijk

Rebecca Huber (USA) is a violinist who actively performs chamber, orchestral, and solo performances, as well as teaches regularly around the world. Rebecca studied violin performance at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and then continued to study in The Hague with Kati Debretzeni at the Royal Conservatory where she received her Masters in baroque violin performance.

Since 2012, Rebecca has been the artistic director and concertmaster of the Dutch based ensemble and orchestra Symphonie Atlantique, which has performed extensively throughout the Netherlands, including a collaboration with Michael Chance performing Giulio Cesare at the Concertgebouw, as well as touring in Spain and Mexico. This past summer, Symphonie Atlantique was the ensemble in residence at San Miguel de Allende’s prestigious chamber music festival in Mexico. She has also started a new ensemble, Heliosfero, which is a global movement of musicians who perform around the world and enable new early music initiatives in countries with smaller baroque scenes.

Rebecca performs with numerous chamber ensembles and orchestras. She currently is a regular member of B’Rock in Gent Belgium, the Elliot quartet, concertmaster of the Ribatutta ensemble, and a violinist of the Richter ensemble. She also frequently collaborates with Opera2day, most recently as concertmaster of the onstage orchestra in the theatrical production of Amadeus which toured with more than 70 shows throughout the Netherlands.

Rebecca is also passionate about contemporary repertoire, and has performed with such groups as Cepromusic in Mexico, and is a regular violin player for Modelo 62. For the last several years, she has also performed frequently in the United States and Mexico, with ensembles such as Sarasa in Boston, Ars Lyirca in Houston, and has regular cooperations with the baroque orchestra of Mexico City’s National University and in Curitiba Brazil at the Oficina festival. She is now also professor of early music string quartets at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague.