• 1985 – 1991

    Conservatory in Bratislava (violoncello – Juraj Fazekaš)

  • 1992

    viola da gamba scholarship holder, Paris, Angoulème, France

  • 1993

    two months private study of viola da gamba at Conservatoire CNR de Angoulème, France

  • 1993 – 1996

    Royal Conservatory Brussels (viola da gamba – Wieland Kuijken), A master's degree with honors

  • 1996 – 2000

    postgraduate study at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis Basel, Switzerland (Paolo Pandolfo, Christophe Coin)

  • 2001 – 2004

    pedagogue at Hochschule für Musik und Theatre Leipzig

  • 2004

    pedagogue at Schola Cantorum Basel

  • since 2003

    pedagogue at Conservatory in Strasbourg

Rebeka Rusó performs in Slovakia and mainly abroad as a soloist or chamber player. In addition to domestic early music ensembles (Musica aeterna and others) she has mostly cooperated with foreign groups: La Petite Bande, Héspérion XXI, Il Fondamento, Musica Fiorita, Les Gouts-Réünis Bruxelles, Le Parlement de Musique, Labyrinto, La Cetra, Musica Fiorita, Collegium Vocale Gent, Concerto di Viole, Marais Consort and others. She has performed under the conducting of Sigiswald Kuijken, Jordi Savall, Michel Corboz, Philippe Herreweghe, Jean Tubéry, Oliver Schneebeli, Peter Schreier, Atilio Cremonesi, Guy van Waas, Paul Dombrecht. In chamber music she has cooperated with performers: Jordi Savall, Sigiswald Kuijken, Paolo Pandolfo, Michael Chance, Daniela Dolci, Guy Penson, Martin Gester, Aline Zylberajch, Mitzi Meyerson, Dorochés Oberlinger, Merc Hantai, François Fernandez, Susanne Rydén, Michael Form, Dirk Börner, Marion Treupel-Franck, with her mother Daniela Varínska and others. She introduced herself at many festivals and presentations at home (Bratislava Music Festival, Days of Early Music Bratislava, Culture Summer, Concerts in Klarisky Church Bratislava, New Music Days in Bratislava), but mainly abroad (International festivals and Days of Early Music in Prague, Paris, Brussels, Utrecht, Dieppe, Wroclaw, Czenstochowa, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Daroca, Stockstadt, Cologne, Innsbruck, Cremona, Roma, Venice, Padua, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, in Bolivia and Argentina). From 2001 – 2004 she taught at Hochschule für Musik und Theatre Leipzig, and in 2004 at Schola Cantorum Basel. Since 2003 teaches at the Conservatory in Strasbourg. As a lecturer she is invited to many master classes.