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Rebecka Larsdotter

Rebecka wrote her first song at the age of 2, recorded by her older sister on a tape-recorder of the days. Has since been singing and playing piano, violin, guitar, and finally made Music her full time life in 2002 by taking on a Masters Degree in Music from Orebro and Malmö University of Music.

Upon graduating in 2008, Rebecka moved to the US (Los Angeles, then New York) to pursue her passion for songwriting and performing. She has since been writing, performing, singing, and working as a voice and piano instructor.

Rebecka has had the privilege to work with amazing musicians both in Scandinavia and the US, some of them noted here:

Charles Altura, Göran Abelli, Tony Austin, Linus Abrahamson, Leonard Axelsson, Gustav Bjarnason, Carl Bagge, Mahesh Balasooryia, Kristian Brink, Brandon Coleman, Chris Coleman, Daniel Collins, Olle Dernevik, Lars Ekman, Hadrien Feraud, Zach Harmon, Johan Liedberg, Erik Lindeborg, JP Maramba, Zane Musa, Nick Mancini, Chris Montgomery, Johannes Nästesjö, Vardan Ovsepian, Hamilton Price, Masa Sasaki, Ruslan Sirota, Daniel Tilling, Max Thornberg, Morten Schantz, and Kamasi Washington.


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Primary Instrument

Voice / vocals


Education: Masters degree in Music Education from Malmö University of Music. Experience: Kulturama, Stockholm Sweden (voice) 2011 Värmdö Conservatory of Music, Stockholm Sweden (voice) 2011 South Pasadena Conservatory of Music (voice&piano) 2010 Aalesund Musikakademi, Norway (voice) 2009 Teaching private students in voice and piano since 2006 Flexible schedule. Willing to teach at your home. Welcoming beginners, children, grown ups, advanced students. Rates depending on amount of lessons, travel distance, etc

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