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Meet Bryce Rabideau

Bryce is a graduate of Duquesne University’s jazz guitar program and a devoted music educator and performer. Since moving to Pittsburgh from the Boston area to attend school, he has studied piano, guitar, mandolin, and voice with Ron Bickel, Ken Karsh, Charlie Rappaport, and Beth Clausen respectively. He has worked as a musician in western Pennsylvania for over half a decade with a variety of rock, country, and jazz bands, including Dr. Zoot, Rachel Whitcomb and the Therapists, and the Duquesne University Jazz Ensemble. Recently, he embarked on a national tour with folk band Ferdinand the Bull and performed in a number of major American cities – Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Seattle to name a few. He strives to pass along the joy of performing and studying music to his students by encouraging persistence and experimentation in the practice room and confidence on stage.

Bryce is featured on Mandolin with Rachel Whitcomb singing “I Should Have Believed You.”

Enjoy his arrangement for solo piano of “When You Wish Upon a Star.”

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