On March 26, 2019, Rebekah Miller was awarded the Belhaven University Kingdom Transformation Award during the Honors Convocation. She would never share this herself but those of us who know and love her are so thankful for how she honors God and shares her calling to play the cello. Congratulations, Rebekah!
Join Rebekah Miller for her final recital at Belhaven University. The recital will be help April 6, 2019, at 7:30PM in the Concert Hall, Belhaven Center for the Arts, 835 Riverside Drive, Jackson, Mississippi. Rebekah will be assisted by pianist Daniel Jones. The program includes selections from Rachmaninoff, Piazzolla, and Dvořák. The event is free and no tickets are required. A reception will follow the concert.
A Message from Rebekah!
Friends, if any of you are in Jackson, Mississippi on April 6th, please come to my Senior Cello Recital! It will be held at the Center for the Arts at Belhaven at 7:30pm. I would love to see you and celebrate together the accomplishment of my years of study at Belhaven University!
God has been so good during these years of study. I have learned so much and grown academically, musically, and spiritually since being at Belhaven and I pray I may continue to do so as I move forward.
Forever thankful to my Lord and Savior for his blessings. May my music praise him.
Thank you to Spare Room Studio / Lydia Martin for this photo! ❤️
In January 2019, I was privileged to be a part of a team playing and ministering in Russia as a part of the XIV International Festival of Evangelical Culture know as “Epiphany Nights.” Our team, in addition to me, included my friends Zak Joyner, Sarah Walker, Daniel Jones and Katherine Crivello (violin); Thorburn McGee and Monquez Ford (viola), Dr. Fred Rushton (clarinet) plus our team leaders Leslie Hancock and Cille Litchfield.
We were privileged to work with Russian Christian musicians and media support team members as were shared both classical and Christian music in concerts throughout St. Petersburg. We also have the opportunity to play in a local church and I was able to share my testimony.
We are now all home from St. Petersburg. Our travels are done for now, but the memories will be with me forever. I couldn’t have asked for a better and more amazing group of people to travel with. I love them so! ❤️
I came across this shortly after we arrived home and cannot believe the timing of it. It is truer than I expected. It is a wonderful blessing to be home, but the experiences, people, and fellowship I have now had overseas will always be a part of my heart.
For more information on our experiences, click here. I cannot wait to go back!
I cannot say enough how much I love recording in studio with different artists, and tonight was no exception! It’s been a great night of recording!
So, I’ve been planning a lot of things lately.
This afternoon however the rubber met the road…
- a shopping list and meal plan for the first few weeks of the semester ✔️
- general routine plan
- schedule different cello gigs with clients
- DRINK THE COFFEE
Preparing for a wedding tomorrow afternoon, then I’ll get some practice on a Piatti caprice done! #notes
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I had an amazing time recording in Crown Studios this week! I have the pleasure of playing on an amazing album that Seth Power is recording. I have to give a shout out to Crown Studios, as well. Shell Enns is the music mixing magician who runs the studio, and there have been some great sessions!