Changing Lives Through Music


As a mother, musician and educator, I strive to do meaningful work in the world that helps others feel good. I love teaching others to play music, I love performing and I love the intimacy we can share together through a song. I find joy in the work that I do and feel grateful for all of my supporters and students who make my job a success!


Bekah Bee Music Winter 2018

Unless otherwise noted, all classes are held at

Bekah Bee Music Studio

Island County Fairgrounds, 819 Camano Ave, Langley, WA 98260

For questions contact: • 360-298-6184



Music Together®

Children Birth to 5 years, accompanied by a grown-up

Music Together® is an internationally recognized early childhood music and movement curriculum based on the belief that all children are musical. Caregivers play a crucial role in nurturing their child’s musical development. Classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. Activities are fun non-performance-oriented musical experiences – developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers, regardless of their own musical ability.

Jan 7- March 15, 2018

Mondays, 10:30 AM-11:15 AM Birth-5

 Fridays, 10:30 AM-11:15 AM Birth-5 

$160 for ten weeks and includes 2 CDs, Songbook, Parent Guide DVD and Digital Access on Family Music Zone (Additional siblings 6 months–5 years: $35)


Family & Group Lessons

Family and Group Lessons for all ages! It’s so much fun to share music with family and friends. Beginning and Intermediate Students of Ukulele, Guitar, Violin, Bass etc. learn to play simple tunes as an ensemble. Basic Music Concepts and Theory are learned through personal music interests and exploration of a variety of instruments. Instrument and tuner required.

Family Lessons $50/60min

Group Lessons Ages 5+ $60/month

Mondays 4PM-4:45 PM

 Thursdays 1:15PM-2PM

 Fridays 1PM-1:45PM


Private Lessons

Voice, Violin, Ukulele, Guitar, Bass

Weekly 30 min Lesson $100/month

Weekly 60 min Lesson $200/month

Ages 5-105

Bekah Zachritz is a local musician and educator with a B.A. in Theater. She has been singing her entire life and began studying violin in the 4th grade. She began voice lessons at 16 and participated in choirs and musicals all throughout high school and college. An otherwise self taught multi-instrumentalist, she is a life-long student of music and loves learning along with her clients.  She believes in music as medicine and the power of joining in song with her community of all ages.