Rebecca Winckworth – a voice to captivate angels

Rebecca Winckworth is an Irish singer who has been performing to big audiences all of her life. She was part of the famous choral group Anúna, and has toured all over the world.

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Rebecca performed with Anúna on several of their biggest selling albums, including Diablo III, which sold 6.3 million copies in its first week. While touring with Anúna, Rebecca has performed to audiences of millions, live on TV in Japan and the USA.

She and the group performed in front of celebrities including Bill Gates, Bono, Chris Martin and Séamus Heaney.

Sharing Irish culture round the world

Rebecca Winckworth

Rebecca Winckworth

Rebecca says she is influenced by great solo artists such as Frank Sinatra, Celine Dion and Barbara Streisland. She is proud of her Irish routes and enjoys sharing Irish culture with her international audiences.

Rebecca’s versatility enables her to master singing in a variety of musical genres. She has been described as having a voice that would captivate angels and beguile the devil himself.

Rebecca is now the lead singer of Ragús, a live show of Irish music and dance that tours all over the world.

Millennium Celebrations concert

Performing has always been a big part of Rebecca’s life. Her first major performance came when she was aged just ten, when she opened the Millennium Celebrations Concert at the Point Depot in Dublin.

Rebecca Winckworth

Rebecca Winckworth

She raised £5,000 for a boy suffering with cerebral palsy when she was 11, with the proceeds of her album Wonderchild.

She plans to continue to use her gift to help others in the future.

The proceeds of her debut solo EP, Rebecca Winckworth, went to an organisation named Suas, who help with the education of disadvantaged children in Ireland, India and Kenya.

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