Rebecca Messer has been studying piano since before she started kindergarten. From Fresno School of Music to Fresno State, Rebecca has been privileged to have exceptional teachers who emphasized not merely the reading and playing of music, but the theoretical, structural, and historical understanding thereof, in order to provide a richer musical experience for both the listeners and for herself.
Although Rebecca is most known for her collaborative pianism, solo pianism, and her soubrette soprano voice, she is also a teacher, a composer/arranger, a Christian recording artist in both English and Spanish, and she enjoys playing ukulele, guitalele, and guitar. Over the last decade, Rebecca has taught private piano, theory, and ear-training lessons, and she has taught the Music Convocation and Introduction to Piano classes at Fresno State. Her teaching specialties include solo, collaborative, and chamber ensemble pianism in both the classical and religious arenas, as well as sight-reading, how to play from lead sheets, and how to embellish church hymns. She emphasizes theory, ear-training, and basic form analysis with all of her students.
Rebecca is thrilled to be a part of the SPG family and would love to have you join her studio!
I still remember the moment I fell in love with the piano. I was three years old, enraptured as my older cousin made the instrument come alive in a way I had never seen nor heard. That moment of inspiration has stayed with me all these years, and it is my goal to help each of my students encounter music in an equally wonderful way, through both piano studies and through well-rounded musicianship.
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