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Rebecca was born to sing. With a heritage of actors and musicians going back to Vaudeville, she was destined for the stage. Born in Florida, she lived the first 10 years of her life there, then moved overseas. Rebecca spent eight years, attending the American International School in Israel, where she made friends from all over the world. Her international experience has taught her that it is possible for many cultures, nationalities, races and religions to work together, learn, and appreciate life as one "family". Rebecca recently returned to the U.S. and is pursuing her musical career while attending the Berklee College of Music.
Rebecca's musical interest began at the tender age of 18 months, singing tunes and lyrics before she could even form sentences. At the age of five, she performed in a talent show in front of over 500 people. Each year she sang for the show and each year she loved the audience and the excitement of performing. She began formal vocal lessons at age nine with a local music instructor who's students have gone on to Broadway and Hollywood. After moving overseas, she took voice lessons for a year. Then, in the summer of 2003, she auditioned for NTS Global Productions and began new vocal training. Within six months, she began recording original songs and completed her debut album at the age of 13.
Rebecca’s debut CD, “Picture Me’, contains five award winning songs. The title song won first place in the VH1 “Song of the Year” contest in 2005. Two other songs from the CD: “Your Love Is Like A Knife” and “Nu” were also awarded as “finalist” among thousands of entries by VH1 judges. In addition, “Let Your Fire Take Me” received “Director’s Award” from Paramount Group in Nashville, during March 2006. Her song “All Men Are Created Equal” was also honored by the VH1 Song of the Year judges and recently received Honorable Mention from the “Peacedriven Songwriting Award” committee. In addition, Rebecca has received encouraging letters of commendation from United States President Barack Obama, former U.S. President, George W. Bush; former Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon and many other countries’ ambassadors for her distribution of this wonderful song of peace worldwide. Rebecca was also selected as a “Gold Artist” by RadioIndy.com.
Rebecca released several other singles, promoting peace, happiness and hope in the world. Her single “Angels in Jerusalem” received honors from the “Unisong International Songwriting Contest”. “Hope” is a song promoting the research for cures of life threatening diseases. “60 Years” was a single released celebrating the 60th anniversary of Israel. “Happy New Year” was released in January, 2009. and "Christmas in New York" inspired by her year living in Manhattan, was released in November, 2010.
Rebecca will be recording on the soundtrack of a major motion picture and just released her sophomore CD, “Rebecca”. Singles from her new album, “Another Story” and “Never Ever” were released to radio stations in the United Kingdom in May 2009 and are playing on BBC1 radio.
In 2009, Rebecca also released three music videos, which air on MTV-Europe: "Summer Without You", from her debut CD and "Times" and "Wait for Me", from her sophomore album.
Rebecca is currently attending Berklee College of Music while continuing to perform overseas and record songs for major motion pictures and television shows for two major television broadcasting companies.
Audiences love her and she loves the audience!
Rebecca was a guest performer on Music Television Channel 24, Nickelodeon, as well as Channel 1 and Channel 10 in Israel. She has also been a guest on Reshet Bet – Kol Israel Radio Station and recently performed as one of the 30 finalists from around the world in the Hallelujah Global Singing Contest in Israel.
Rebecca has been featured in Pnai Plus TV Guide Magazine; Yudeot Achronot; NRG Maariv Entertainment News on line and in Maariv La’noar.