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Jubilee Music

2896 W. Walnut St.

Suite D

Rogers, AR 72756

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Meet Our Teachers

Sharing a love for music

that will last a lifetime


Jessica Dutton

Music Director | Teacher

Music has always been a treasured part of Jessica Dutton's life. She moved to Northwest Arkansas from Lubbock, Texas to study music at the University of Arkansas and has a masters degree in music education from Boston University. Jessica's primary instrument is voice, but she also plays the piano, clarinet, ukulele, and just enough guitar to be dangerous. She has taught music, choir, voice, and piano in Northwest Arkansas since 2004 and loves sharing music with people of all ages. 
Jessica lives in Lowell, AR with her Spanish teacher hubby, two boys, and crazy cat, Mambo. She directs and teaches at Jubilee Music, coordinates educational outreach with the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, writes for the NWA Moms Blog, and enjoys sharing music with her church and community. In between chasing tiny humans, the Duttons love to travel the world, make music together, and enjoy a fine cup of a coffee.
Jessica discovered Music Together soon after the birth of her son, Isaiah. Even though she was familiar with research about early childhood music experiences, she was amazed to witness the profound impact that music had on her own little one from the very beginning of his life. She sought out a method that would help support his natural musical development and was such a huge fan of the Music Together approach that she wanted to share it with others. Jessica completed her Music Together teacher training in spring 2015 and began Jubilee Music to help reach the Northwest Arkansas community with the joy of music.
She's continued to lead Jubilee Music in seeking out and developing meaningful and enriching programs that will bring 
Jessica believes that all children (and all people!) are musical and deserve the opportunity to experience music-making in a positive, supportive environment, and she hopes to provide a place where every student can find her special place to shine.

Music Teachers

Bailey has been teaching music for over 25 years. As a mother of three, and a grandmother of five, she understands the importance of quality educators for the many ages and stages of children. She holds a bachelor of music from the University of Texas at Arlington and is trained in Kindermusik and Suzuki methods in cello and piano.


She has taught preschool general music, private lessons in cello and piano, as well as group lessons. Ms. Bailey is committed to bringing a quality music program to your child at an age-appropriate level that is fun and nurturing. She is currently accepting students for piano and cello lessons. 

Piano & Cello

Bailey S. Bailey

Patricia has a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Henderson State University, where piano was her primary instrument and French horn was her secondary.  She taught band, elementary music, and choir in public schools in Arkansas, Texas, and Idaho.  She offers private lessons for all levels of piano and French horn, and for beginner and intermediate levels of trumpet, trombone, baritone/euphonium, and tuba. 


Patricia believes learning should be fun and that music is an important part of a child's (or adult's) development.  She is passionate about what she does because children today, more than ever, need to experience the joy of playing instruments and creating together.

Piano & Brass

Patricia Rousseau

Jo Dunlavy has taught general music and choir for 35 years., 2 years in Oklahoma and 33 years in the Bentonville School District with the last twelve years teaching fifth and sixth grade at Old High Middle School. Her major instrument is the piano and she has given private piano lessons for more than 15 years. Ms. Dunlavy has a master’s degree and National Board Certification.   


She has two daughters: Bekah is a teacher and Brenna is an artist. She likes to read and swim, but especially loves to spend time with her seven year old granddaughter, Lana.


Jo Dunlavy

Music has been part of Jennifer's life since an early age. She grew up in Missouri playing the piano, singing, and writing music. For the past decade Jenn has taught piano, choir and accompanied various singing and theater groups. Jenn now uses her creativity to encourage kids, adults and families to enjoy Music Together through classes and independently through lessons.


In addition to sharing her creativity through music, she also works professionally in the field of marketing, communications and graphic design.

Music Together & Singers Co.

Jennifer Brown

Rebeca Vélez is originally from Mexico and has lived in the U.S. for seven years with her husband and two daughters who are also bilingual. She volunteered as a preschool Spanish teacher for four years and taught infants and toddlers for two years.


When she discovered Canta y Baila Conmigo, she fell in love with the program and knew it was a tool she would have loved to have had to help her own daughters in their Spanish learning. So she decided to start a new chapter through this magnificent program and completed her Canta y Baila Conmigo training in July of 2018.


She loves interacting with the families she meets as a teacher and really enjoy helping parents stimulate their children to learn another language and establish a musical foundation

Canta y Baila Conmigo

Rebeca Vèlez

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Cecillia Clardy

Splatter & Stretch | Yoga Teacher

As a mom of four and preschool teacher, CeCi pours her heart into helping kids develop and grow in the ways they learn best, and as a kinesthiology major who has gone on her own #fitmom journey, she is SUPER passionate about empowering women to LOVE themselves and their bodies while equipping them to become stronger and healthier.

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Windsor Dutton

Spanish Language Teacher

Windsor Dutton developed a passion for the Spanish language as a young person growing up in San Antonio, TX. He studied Spanish formally through school and earned a bachelors degree in Spanish and a masters degree in secondary foreign language education through the University of Arkansas. He is a National Board Certified teacher. 


He has over fifteen years of experience in translating and interpreting and has taught Spanish for over ten years both privately and in the public schools. He currently teaches advanced Spanish classes at Bentonville High School and sponsors Spanish club and Spanish Honor Society.


Windsor considers Panama his Latin American home base, having spent significant time living there and making return visits. He has also spent time in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Peru. Windsor’s mother immigrated to the USA from Europe, and as a first generation American, he has a passion for understanding people through language, culture, and travel. In addition to Spanish, he has also studied Italian and Mandarin Chinese and is always eager to continue learning.


Windsor feels that being multilingual has opened up many doors in his life and enriched him greatly through travel and encountering new people and cultures. He believes deeply in the importance of language-learning and loves to share his knowledge of Spanish with others. One of his favorite quotes is, “Learn a new language, gain a new soul.”

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