Rebekah began playing violin at age four in her hometown of Midland, Texas. Primarily a classical violinist growing up, she studied Violin Performance and holds a Bachelor of Music degree (B.M. 2008) and an Artist Diploma (A.D. 2009) from University of Denver as well as a Master of Music degree (M.M. 2011) from The Juilliard School in New York City.
Upon completion of graduate school, she began playing and performing more nonclassical music in New York. In 2013, Rebekah joined San Fermin, an indie band from Brooklyn. With them she toured the U.S. and Canada extensively as well as several tours through Ireland, UK, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Latvia, and Iceland. San Fermin toured with many well-known performers including Alt-J, The
Head and the Heart, Courtney Barnett, Son Lux, and Sam Amidon. In 2016, after living in New York City for seven years, Rebekah moved back to Colorado
In 2017, she left San Fermin and turned her focus to more local performance. Rebekah has enjoyed the variety of opportunities that freelancing has brought over the last several years. She plays violin, viola, 5-string fiddle, mandolin, and guitar at more than 100 weddings and private events each year. She also teaches violin students, plays with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra as a substitute violinist, and enjoys playing fiddle and singing in her bluegrass band, Ragged Union.