Rebekah Hall graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music with a BMus (First Class Honours) in 2018, studying under Michele Walsh. During her studies, she was selected to represent the Conservatorium as a member of a string quartet for the Musical Chairs Festival in Montreal, Canada, and was also concertmaster for a variety of orchestral projects. In her final year, she led the Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra at QPAC for Mahler’s Symphony of a Thousand. She also appeared as a next generation artist with Southern Cross Soloists and performed in Ensemble Q under the baton of Simone Young.
As a passionate orchestral player, Rebekah has been involved in various Australian Youth Orchestra programs, including two international tours to Europe and China. In 2019, Rebekah played in the Momentum Ensemble and participated in the Chamber Players program in Sydney. She also appeared as a soloist with Cadenza Chamber Players, performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. In 2020 Rebekah was selected as an Upbeat Artist with Camerata, and performed Symphonie Espagnole with the Moreton Bay Symphony Orchestra.
This year Rebekah is excited to be involved in the Brisbane Music Festival as a young artist. She will also be touring in a piano trio for “A Morning with Bernstein” by Lynch and Paterson, and continuing to perform in various Cadenza Chamber Orchestra programs throughout the year. Rebekah enjoys passing on her love for the violin through teaching, both at her private teaching studio and at several schools in North Brisbane.