Called "a powerful, trained voice" (The Stranger) and "an inspiring and excellent teacher" (Mike McCready, Pearl Jam), Seattle-based teacher and performer, Rebeqa Rivers, M.M.Ed, takes the mystery out of singing with clear explanations and examples. Specializing in teaching contemporary vocal styles and songwriting, Rebeqa is increasingly in demand by artists and studios across the country. Her teaching style combines the health and power of classical technique with broad stylistic understanding from years of professional performing. Rebeqa offers:
Private Lessons
Tour & Recording Preparation
Workshops & Master Classes, and
In-Studio Recording Consultation

Rebeqa collaborated with Rain City Rock Camp For Girls to develop a rock-vocal curriculum and she returns annually to teach with Rain City Rock Camp and Ladies Rock Camp. Rebeqa currently serves as co-director of critically-acclaimed vocal ensemble, Abrace.

What people say about Rebeqa



With Latitude x Longitude

Song Cycle (2012), 3 song EP - Three-song cycle exploring fugue-like repeated and altered themes.

"Latitude x Longitude" (2011), Full Length Album -  (“It’s a brilliant record.” - Greg Roth of Seattle Music Insider). 
Recorded and Mixed over nine days in Seattle, this debut album features 9 tracks recorded to 2" tape using an all analog signal path and features a string section.

"The Basement Chronicles" (2009), Limited Release LP - 
4 tracks recorded and mixed in basements throughout Seattle, and released to 35 fans on the band's Facebook Page


With Abrace

"Abrace" (2008), 5 song LP - Featuring tracks, Messanga (from Cameroon), Llorando Estoy (from Argentina, sung in Spanish), Malaika (sung in Swahili), Abrace al Reino del Cielo (from Guatemala, sung in Spanish), Dibuleounji.

With Al Koenig

"Home; Not At Home" (2011), Full Length Album - Featuring a combination of original tracks and traditional songs from Algeria, Syria, and Spain.

"Rebeqa Rivers & Al Koenig" (2003) -Featuring original Tracks, Smackdown, Home, and Tomboy.