Prosser, Rebecca

Rebecca Prosser studied recorders with Ross Winters and Ashley Solomon at the Royal College of Music. After winning an Exhibition in her first year she subsequently became a scholar and also won an award from the Countess of Munster Musical Trust. In her final year she won the Century prize for Early Music and was a member of one of the prizewinning ensembles in the International Early Music competition held in York.

Throughout her career Rebecca has performed with many of the leading period instrument orchestras and ensembles including The English Concert, Kings Consort, Gabrielli Consort and Players, Tavener Consort and Florilegium. With many of these groups she has toured throughout Europe and the Far East and appeared as both soloist and orchestral player at numerous prestigious festivals and venues. She has recorded as a soloist for the American Boychoir in the USA and has featured on soundtracks for film and BBC television. Much of her time now is devoted to the Denner Ensemble and she can frequently be seen playing with the Feinstein Ensemble in St Martins in the Field, Trafalgar Square.

Rebecca teaches at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Bath Spa and Bristol University. She is a diploma examiner for ANRSM both in the UK and internationally. She is often asked to adjudicate competitions and acts as an external specialist examiner for conservatoire exams.