about cellist, teacher and session musician Rebecca Green


Rebecca Green grew up in The Lake District, England, and it was
here that she developed her passion for music and, in particular,
the cello. Starting lessons at the age of ten, she soon began to
win awards for her playing as well as performing concertos with
local orchestras. At the age of eighteen, Rebecca went on to
study for a BA Honours Degree in Music and Spanish at the
University of Huddersfield, under Susan Lowe, during which time
she performed in a number of concerts including the Huddersfield
Contemporary Music Festival.

In 2001, Rebecca then accepted a place at the University of York
to study for a Masters Degree in Performance Practice. During
her time there she travelled extensively around the United Kingdom
taking part in masterclasses with artists such as Alexander Baillie
and Melissa Phelps. It was also here that Rebecca developed her
passion for teaching.

In 2003, Rebecca moved to Glasgow to study for a Postgraduate
Diploma in Solo Performance with Robert Irvine at The Royal
Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. This was the beginning
of her journey in Scotland

Learn more about Rebecca's experience in the following links.