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Eden Rewa is a violinist and vocalist attending Douglas Anderson School of the Arts (DA), a 3-time GRAMMY award-winning school, where she was accepted into their nationally-renowned chamber orchestra and their award-winning musical theatre department. With violin being her first passion, she decided to pursue music, taking a leading seat in their top orchestra (chamber) as a Freshman.


She has been singing and playing violin since age four. Her first professional performance was with the The Amelia Island Jazz Festival. Since that time, Eden has received many instrumental awards in Classical Music performance. She has been studying with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra (JSO) Concert Master, Melissa Barrett, for the past five years and had the unique opportunity to perform with professional violinist Philip Pan (who was Concert Master of JSO for thirty three years) in the Boys & Girls club concert for the Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival in 2019.

Eden is also a singer-songwriter. She professionally recorded her first single at The Fish Tank Recording Studio in St. Augustine after winning the Gamble Rogers Music Festival as a thirteen year old and has continued recording original music.


With love for all genres of music and inspired to share her gifts with others, Eden plays many concerts with Frank Basille (professional musician and owner of Florida Music Academy) as the “Eden & Frankie” duo. The duo also performs weekly at the Omni in Amelia Island every Saturday night at Marche Burrette from March through November. This past December, Eden released her first album with Basile titled, “An Island Christmas.”

Eden plans to pursue classical violin and professional entertaining as a vocalist, violinist and singer-songwriter. In combination with her 4.3 GPA and her stellar musicality, acceptance in our nation’s top music colleges look extremely promising with recruiters already reaching out. Her hope is to continuing growing in music, furthering her opportunities to share her gifts from God with the world.

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