Meet Our Teachers
Sharing a love for music
that will last a lifetime
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.
Our Partners - Other Classes
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.
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.”