We have featured Rebecca Holt previously in The Leader, in fact she was also the featured local artist for a month on Exite Radio last year, but the proof that this young lady is more than one of the most talented performers in the entire area has been re-enforced this week, as the recognition of her skills has been noted by her educational prowess.
As a pupil at El Limonar International School, a seemingly normal day would take a completely different turn, when Rebecca was amongst the other students attending an assembly in the school.
As one of the teachers started to explain how a very special presentation was to be made, Rebecca still didn´t realise that it was her who was about to become the star focus once again.
As the presentation continued, it eventually became clear, that Rebecca was the person being described by the teacher, awarded the Outstanding Learner Award, by Cambridge International Examinations, for gaining the highest mark in spain in their June 2013 IGCSE exams for music.
This award now sits alongside many others from both London College of Music and Associated Board Royal School of Music in singing, music theory and various instrument grades at distinction level.
Still just 17 years of age, Rebecca is now studying A Levels at El Limonar in both Music and Music Technology.
In addition to her academic achievements, Rebecca still performs a variety of musical styles to a wide ranging international audience, including being the star performer at the Zenia Boulevard Three Kings Parade this month, much to the joy and delight of the hundreds of people watching, who all attest to the fact that talent shines through from this otherwise grounded and focused individual.
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