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Mezzo soprano Rebekah Jones read music at King's College London and studied on the Masters course at the Royal College of Music as a Leverhulme Arts Scholar under the tutelage of Tim Evans-Jones.


Known for her versatility and exceptional musicianship, Rebekah's solo career highlights include the roles of the Angel (Elgar's Dream of Gerontius - Dorking Halls 2021) Mrs Lovett (Sweeney Todd - RCM Scenes 2020), Waitress/Mother (Greek - RCM scenes 2019), Alisa (Lucia di Lammermoor) with Fulham Opera, reprised at Grimeborn 2018, performances of Bach's B Minor Mass at St John's Smith Square (Winter 2021) and the St Endellion Music Festival (Easter 2017), Bach’s St Matthew Passion at Chichester Cathedral (Easter 2019), masterclasses with Michael Chance and Sir Thomas Allen (RCM, Summer 2019) and performing as part of the Winter 2016-17 season at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.


Rebekah regularly appears as a soloist with Pembroke College, Cambridge, the Covent Garden Chorus and the Vasari Singersand with groups nationwide such as the Monteverdi ChoirSiglo de Oro, the choir of the OAE, the BBC Singers and Florilegium. She made her solo debut at the Haus für Mozart with the Monteverdi Choir in Summer 2021. Rebekah has performed also internationally as Solomon in Paris (2017) and at music festivals including Switzerland, Utrecht, Valetta, Gozo, Frankfurt and Bruges. Rebekah was selected to sing as a soloist in the Bach Cantata and Chamber music festivals at the RCM for two years running, and in June 2019 made her debut in the RCM International Opera School as The Grand Duchess (A Dinner Engagement).

As well as enjoying an exciting solo career, Rebekah is also an experienced educator. She works regularly with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, the London Youth Choir, Voces Cantabile Music, Cambridge University and the Muze Trust, and has spent time delivering lessons and workshops in Thailand and Zambia.


Rebekah is grateful to have been supported by the Josephine Baker Trust and Nicola Jenkin.

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