About Rebecca Moroz
Rebecca grew up in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. She plays several instruments, in particular saxophone and piano. She attended Wycombe High School, writing her first short pieces of film music for her A level composition coursework. From this she discovered a natural talent and passion for using music to bring visuals to life. She particularly enjoys the story-telling power of music, and its ability to intensify emotions and the overall experience for the viewer.
At Cardiff University, Rebecca studied composition as a core part of her Music and Maths Joint Honours degree, from which she graduated in June 2012 with first class honours. She then worked in a music shop for a year to raise funds for a Masters Course in Composition for Film and TV at Bristol University, which she finishes this September (2014).
During her time at school and her Music and Maths degree at Cardiff University, Rebecca has played in a variety of groups, including the school Concert Band, University Big Band, the church music group and her own rock band. This has encouraged interest in a range of styles of music, from Rock to Classical to Jazz. As a result, she has written material such as rock songs, string quartets, vocal works, ballads, worship songs and more.
The course at Bristol has expanded her portfolio further, with projects including animations, documentaries, short films and games. She was also able to gain further insight into the industry through projects such as a collaboration with BBC natural history producers.
She is keen to expand her portfolio further, whilst focussing on providing a personal and professional service. She would love to chat about project opportunities, so please see the contact page to get in touch.