Album stardom for college pupils

08:00 08 September 2012

Rosa Rebecka at a Shebbear College rehearsal with pupils Minnie Alexander, Lois Barker, Sarah Penny, Emma Dixon, Emily Neal, Cameron Mills, Catherine Kotarski, Hebe Wang, Ailis Prowse, Kerry-Ann Turton, Matilda Cage and two pupils from Great Torrington School, Lotte Swain and Kimberley Crocker.

Rosa Rebecka at a Shebbear College rehearsal with pupils Minnie Alexander, Lois Barker, Sarah Penny, Emma Dixon, Emily Neal, Cameron Mills, Catherine Kotarski, Hebe Wang, Ailis Prowse, Kerry-Ann Turton, Matilda Cage and two pupils from Great Torrington School, Lotte Swain and Kimberley Crocker.

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Pupils from local schools will feature on a new album by Devon singer-songwriter Rosa Rebecka.

A GROUP of pupils from Shebbear College and Great Torrington School will be featuring on the album of a Devon singer-song writer.

Rosa Rebecka teaches singing at local schools, and will be launching her third studio album, ‘Songs for Mrs. Beautiful’, this month.

The pupils will be joining Rosa at the Exeter Phoenix on September 23 for a live performance to launch the album.

Shebbear pupils Minnie Alexander, Lois Barker, Sarah Penny, Emma Dixon, Emily Neal, Cameron Mills, Catherine Kotarski, Hebe Wang, Ailis Prowse, Kerry-Ann Turton, Matilda Cage will be at the concert along with Great Torrington School pupils Lotte Swain and Kimberley Crocker.

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