Please call (920.498.2228) or email our education coordinator at for teacher availability. Lessons take place in private studios at Heid Music in Green Bay.

115a_BBRebecca P., Voice
Rebecca spent much of her life in the metro Detroit area, obtaining a B.A. in Music from the University of Michigan, playing viola with the Grosse Pointe Symphony, and singing with the Detroit Symphony Chorale & Chorus and other professional choirs. In Wisconsin, she plays with the Sheboygan Symphony, the Waupaca Area Orchestra, and the Green Bay Civic Orchestra. She is also a member of the American String Teacher's Association. Rebecca formed her own group, Rebecca & the ViolaTones, in order to perform works/genres not usually associated with strings (let alone strings and sopranos) but that are really fun!

After experiencing a shoulder injury, Rebecca realized even more fully the necessity for solid technique that allows musicians to perform without pain. This, coupled with her advanced degrees in theology and pastoral care, leads her to insist that musicians care for the whole self and helps her adapt concepts to the individual needs of the students.

NoahNoah R., Voice
Noah graduated with a B.A in the Music Liberal Arts from St. Norbert College in 2015. While at the college, he was a voice student of Dr. Yi-Lan Niu and later Linda Feldman for 6 semesters. He is a member of the Norbertine Abbey Singers and continues to serve as a guest vocalist with the group. 
His vocal experience is drawn from a variety of genres and eras: classical arias, opera, sacred music, musical theatre, vocal jazz, acapella, and even barbershop quartets. "I believe that at it's core, music should be fun. So, whether you are looking to prep for an honors audition, shore up your technique, or just learn how to sing like your favorite artist, I would love the chance to be a part of your musical journey!"
(Also he looks like Sting! Come see him and the rest of the Police Tribute Band in Fall of 2018!)