Steve Raybine was a master
teacher who has taught music students for over 20 years.
During his career, Steve taught over 2,500 private music
lessons each year to students in elementary school; middle
school; high school; college and adults.
Music(BM) from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester,
Music(MM) from the University of Wisconsin, Madison,
Doctor of Music of
Arts (DMA) from the University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.
According to Steve
Raybine, "I enjoy the challenge of shaping each student's
musical talent and helping them experience the joy of
music and discovering their creativity." His students have
won countless awards and received numerous accolades in
the professional world of music and the
educational/academic arena. Here are some of the
testimonial letters of praise for Steve's work over the
years. Please note that Steve's name was spelled Rehbein,
prior to his legal name change to Raybine.
recorded two tapes that address essential issues for
all musicians. Raybine's Rules are ways to assist all musicians on the road
to musical success and personal fulfillment. Although
there is no guarantee that the listener who follows
these rules will attain all of his goals, Steve
believed that these points will certainly facilitate
greater success and inner happiness.
Steve also recorded Today's
Tips for Tomorrow's Music Teachers, a text
devoted to assisting educators become more productive
in their field. It encompasses a discussion of
interpersonal and communication skills, organizational
suggestions and musical concepts-all of which are
essential to contemporary music educators. Hopefully,
Today's Tips will provide new insights into the
demanding and ever-changing field of music education
and the responsibilities of contemporary music
educators to their students, colleagues and