Why take lessons?

At Cedar Rhapsody School of Music, you'll learn one on one with a professional music teacher, not an internet video. Feedback is instant and tailored to your needs. Instruction is personalized and matches your child's learning pace.

Our Teachers

Angie Green

Angie teaches guitar, bass, ukulele and mandolin. Angie has had a passion for music since she was young and has performed in multiple bands over the years. Angie has over 2 decades of teaching experience and more than 3 decades of experience as a musician. Through music lessons, Angie helps children gain the confidence, knowledge, and skills they need to become lifelong musicians. At Cedar Rhapsody School of Music, we are dedicated to working with children of all ages and development and treating them with respect and kindness.

Teachers - Joseline

Joseline Gale

Classically trained through many avenues, Joseline began teaching at the age of 19 and has since made a name for herself in the teaching community as an adaptive educator. She attunes to her students and teaches fundamental to advanced concepts of drumming in ways that are tailored to the student’s most effective methods of learning. She is also an internationally known touring artist that has been making a significant presence in the prog, hardcore and fusion communities¬†over the past 6 years starting with widely successful releases in the loved and respected melodic hardcore band, avoid. and more in the inspiring progressive metal band, He Films The Clouds.

Noah Seely

I’m Noah Seely, I started playing music when I was in elementary school. My first instrument was the piano and I took lessons from my elementary school music teacher. After learning piano and some music fundamentals after a few years of lessons, I started to take guitar lessons, and a few years after that I started to play percussion for the school band.

Throughout my years of school I was always involved in the school choir. Once I got to middle school and high school, I was involved in the schools show choir, chamber singers, and musical. I also took voice lessons for a few years in high school to really learn more about proper singing. To this day I’m still using tips and tricks from my teacher years ago.

During my summers in high school I worked at YMCA Camp Wapsie as a Camp Counselor. One of my tasks being a counselor was teaching music to the kids at camp. I worked as a counselor for 5 summers with kids of all ages and loved it. Working with kids is a blast!

Why our school?

Cedar Rhapsody School of Music offers music education for children ages 5 and up in an environment that is nurturing and safe, where students are encouraged to explore and appreciate music, and acquire important academic and life skills. Through music education, they learn mathematics, language, problem solving, mindfulness, and resilience that will help them to succeed as they grow and mature.

Our teachers provide expert education for students of all ages and levels. In addition to discovering the joy of playing music, we offer performance opportunities, as well as learning standard music notation and music theory. Concerts, supplemental workshops, and social groups are available throughout the year. Adults, beginners, experienced musicians, and children with special learning needs are all welcome!