Rebecca Lefèvre

Rebecca grew up in Sweden and began to study the piano and cello at an early age.

In 2004, her interest in early music and history inspired her to begin studying the viola da gamba with Keren Bruce in Stockholm. From 2006, she studied the viola da gamba with Philippe Pierlot at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels where, in 2011, she obtained her Master's diploma with distinction. During her studies, Rebecca had the privilege of having lessons with Wieland Kuijken. She has also participated in master classes with Paolo Pandolfo, Jordi Savall and Vittorio Ghielmi.

Rebecca is a co-founder of the chamber music ensemble “LinGon”, with whom she explores early baroque music. In 2016 she founded the viol ensemble “Eos Consort” in Sweden, which focuses on Renaissance music. She plays regularly with several other chamber music ensembles such as ‘Amaranthus’, ‘Lux Beata’, ‘BachPlus’, ‘Duo Chelys’, and ‘Ardalus’. Furthermore she is playing with orchestras such as ‘Trondheim Barokk’ and ‘Le Concert d'Anvers’, and has performed with conductors such as Sigiswald Kuijken, Philippe Pierlot and Wim Becu. She has participated in CD recordings and concerts in Europe and Japan.

Rebecca is currently studying the lute at the conservatory with Xavier Díaz-Latorre and Sofie vanden Eynde.