Rebekah Danielson


Rebekah Danielson is a classically and bio-mechanically trained musician and performer. She studied voice, piano, violin, music theory and ethnomusicology at Mount Holyoke College, where she was a Frances Perkins Scholar. Rebekah comes from a musical family and began taking lessons when she was three years old.

Rebekah grew up singing with children’s choirs and when she was sixteen she graduated to adult choirs. In addition to her choral experience Rebekah has performed in musicals, A Capella and small ensembles and as a soloist. Rebekah has experience teaching music to children, teens, adults and mentally/physically disabled individuals.

In 2014, Rebekah taught music at Mount Holyoke College as the Assistant Choral Director, after which she moved to Richmond Virginia and started a private music studio while focusing on her performance career. In 2016 Started an Online Music School and couples that with her in person training. As Rebekah’s love for music education grew through her private studio, Rebekah decided to focus on building a music school that balances rigorous music instruction with the joy and healing powers of music.