Rebecca Huber, currently living in The Hague, is an American violinist who specializes in historical performance practice. Rebecca is an active performer of chamber, orchestral, and solo repertoire, as well as a teacher to musicians around the world. She studied violin performance at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and then continued to study in The Hague with Kati Debretzeni at the Royal Conservatory where she received her Masters in baroque violin performance.
Since 2012, Rebecca has been the artistic director and concertmaster of the Dutch based ensemble Heliosfero (formerly Symphonie Atlantique), which has performed extensively throughout Europe and Mexico. In 2021, the ensemble is launching a new name, several tours, an Erasmus partnership on didactic online practices and an academy to support young musicians who wish to study early music, regardless of their country of residence or economic background.
Rebecca performs with numerous chamber ensembles and orchestras. She currently is a regular member of B’Rock in Belgium, concertmaster of the Ribatutta ensemble, and a violinist of the Richter ensemble who recently released their first album of Schoenberg, Webern and Berg string quartets on Passacaille. She also frequently collaborates with Opera2day, most recently as concertmaster of the onstage orchestra in the theatrical production of Amadeus which toured with more than 70 shows throughout the Netherlands.
Rebecca is also passionate about contemporary repertoire, and has performed with Cepromusic in Mexico City, and is a regular violinist with Modelo 62 in The Netherlands. She also frequently in the United States and Mexico, with ensembles such as Sarasa in Boston, Ars Lyirca in Houston, and has regular cooperations with the baroque orchestra of Mexico City’s National University and in Curitiba Brazil at the Oficina festival. She is also professor of early music string quartets at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague.