Rebecca is an active performer, composer, vocal tutor and session musician. Singing, playing guitar and piano, she has been involved in the music industry for 20 years.
"A very important aspect of teaching singing is creating the perfect atmosphere which needs to be up lifting. While learning to sing a student is also healing their bodies and minds with breathing exercises that reduce stress.
Confidence is an emotion but it is also a skill and I believe developing a healthy level of self esteem whilst gaining the ability to 'let go' are the most important and priceless lessons to learn in music and performance. I therefore pride myself on putting students at ease, being perceptive about the needs of each individual and relating to every student personally as well as musically in order to achieve this " Rebecca Roberts
Rebecca performs as a headlining artist on cruise ships for companies such as Princess Cruises, P&O and Fred Olsen.
Front woman/composer/lyricist/arranger of comedic/ska/jazz/pop band "Becks and the Bullets" Rebecca played regular live gigs and festivals, selling out venues such as The Trades Club Hebden Bridge, Gilded Balloon Edinburgh and holding a residency at Hootananny Brixton London. Some of the world's most respected players offered their musicianship, band members from Bob Marley's The Wailers, The New Mastersounds, Submotion Orchestra, The Haggis Horns and Groove Armada.
In 2013 Rebecca released her solo album Songs Like These.
While studying at Leeds College of Music Rebecca formed a duo with world renown guitarist/singer songwriter Jon Gomm. They swapped skills with Rebecca teaching Jon how to sing and Jon teaching Rebecca how to play guitar. Here is the original recording of his song Hypertension with Rebecca singing and Jon playing guitar aged 19.
"A great teacher" Jon Gomm
At 16 Rebecca performed the duet "Why Worry" with her mother who is world renown musical theatre actress, Rebecca Storm. This led to TV appearances on RTE television such as Kenny Live and The Late Late Show and a tour of Ireland.
Starting her career at a young age in musical theatre playing Jenny in Aspects of Love alongside well known actor John Barrowman and aged 8 playing Little Cosette in Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre London.
Rebecca's first ever television performance was age 7 on prime time television BBC1 Christmas Day special as Paul Daniel's assistant singing the classic song "Bah Bah Blacksheep"