Rebecca Moulton

Rebecca Moulton is a music teacher working at Cambridgeshire Music. She teaches classroom music at both primary and secondary level as well as working with the government KS2 scheme Wider Opportunities.

Although focusing on classroom tuition for Cambridgeshire Music, Rebecca has also organised several ensembles and choirs both in school and out; including the Cambridge Junior Choir between 2005 and 2008. She also teaches flute, recorder and singing.

Rebecca obtained her Music BA in 2003 at Anglia Polytechnic University followed by a one year PGCE in secondary music teaching at Homerton College, University of Cambridge.

She has sung soprano in various operas and concerts including solo performances for Chelmsford Opera Society (Merrie England), Cambridge Amateur Operatic Society (2nd Lady in The Magic Flute), Wolfson College, Anglia Polytechnic University’s Orfeo ed Euridice (Amore), and two concert performances in the Royal Albert Hall, one of them as part of the BBC Proms. Rebecca has also performed recitals in the Wolfson College lunchtime concert series and Magdalene College Music Society’s production of John Blow’s Venus and Adonis. Rebecca is enjoying developing her teaching skills and gaining experience working with Lynette Alcantara at Kings Junior Voices, and is thoroughly delighted to continue to support the choir.