One of the UK's leading Baroque Recorder specialists, Rebecca has made many chamber concerto recordings and performs around the globe.
Rebecca Miles studied recorder and baroque violin at Trinity College of Music, and in 1987 made her London debut at the Wigmore Hall as winner of the Moeck Medal for solo recorder.
She has performed and recorded well over one hundred discs with almost all of the leading London period instrument orchestras, appearing throughout Europe, as well as South America, Japan, Hong Kong and Australia.
As an obbligato recorder player and violinist she has worked with orchestras including The English Concert, The Sixteen, The Academy of Ancient Music, Collegium Musicum 90 and The Gabrieli Consort. Most recently she performed in the critically acclaimed orchestra Arcangelo's performances at Glyndebourne and with ENO at The Young Vic.
Having recorded concertos with The King’s Consort, The Orchestra of The Age of Enlightenment, the Hanover Band and The Brandenburg Consort, she has also recorded solo recorder for film and television.
As former Professor of Recorder at Trinity College of Music, she now teaches at Winchester College as well as giving lecture recitals, master classes and examining at the UK Conservatoires.
Have a listen to one of Rebecca's recordings here