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Mrs Rebecca McDonald BMus (Hons)
Mrs Rebecca McDonald  BMus (Hons)

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Postgraduate Performance Course (Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance Music, London)
BMus Hons (Royal Scottish Conservatoire, Glasgow)
'A' Level Music
GCSE Music

Full CRB clearance
Instruments: Violin, Viola, Piano and Music Theory
Genre/Style(s): Classical/Popular
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Rebecca graduated in 2007 with a BMus (Hons) specialising in Viola. Whilst there she won first prize in the Watson Forbes Viola Competition. Alongside her undergraduate training, Rebecca was invited to play with the Orchestra of Scottish Opera and Rod Stewart's band, as well as performing at prestigious events for the Duke of Edinburgh and Bill Gates.

Rebecca gained the prestigious Drapers Scholarship to her postgraduate year of study at Trinity College of Music in Greenwich, London.

She has played in many significant UK venues as St Johnís Smith Square, and The Globe Theatre, London and Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh.

Rebecca moved back to the New Forest, Hampshire in 2008 to continue her career as a professional freelance musician.

Rebecca now teaches in several schools across Hampshire. She also runs her own, busy, private teaching practice offering Violin, Viola and Piano lessons.

Respected not just for her skills as a player, but also for being incredibly versatile and professional, Rebecca has become one of the most in-demand musicians in the area.

She is regularly engaged in concerts throughout the South.

Her pupils have successfully passed ABRSM examinations and gained Music Scholarships to some of the top schools around the Country.

Contact Rebecca

BH25 6SL
Phone: 07973882013
Fee (30 minutes): £15.00
Fee (60 minutes): £30.00

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