Rebecca Nye

Rebecca Nye

Concert Library

Born in Surrey, the eldest daughter of an organist and a choir director, Rebecca spent her childhood and teenage years singing in churches and cathedrals across southern England and was eventually awarded the RSCM Gold Award aged 16. She moved to West Yorkshire to study at the University of Huddersfield where she specialised in early and Renaissance music, writing her final-year thesis on Thomas Tallis and religious politics in sixteenth-century England. After graduating as a BMus(Hons), she started work in the library at Leeds College of Music and was awarded a choral scholarship at Leeds RC Cathedral, St Anne’s.

In 2013 she moved to London to work in the library of the Royal Academy of Music before moving to the BBC, where she worked with the Concert Orchestra on Friday Night is Music Night and the Proms series. More recently she has been proud to work with the European Union Youth Orchestra on tour in Vienna but is now relieved to be returning to a 9-to-5!

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