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The Bebu Music team

And what we teach

                            Paulie Z





Paul Zablidowsky (AKA Paulie Z) is one of the founders on Bebu Music. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and has been a professional musician and educator for over 22 years.

As an educator, Paulie has taught a countless number of classes and private lessons across the country, and has designed music programs for schools around the world. In 2007 he founded a non-profit organization that teaches children academic subjects through music. In addition to teaching, he plays music professionally for both adults and children and has released multiple CDs and DVDs. He also starred in a TV series about being in a kids band by day and a rock band by night.

Being an educator and a professional musician means that Paulie knows how to balance the discipline of learning the rudiments of music as well as being creative and having fun. Paulie's mission is to seamlessly combine his two passions in life: music and education.

Teaches Privately:

Voice, Guitar, Drums, Bass, Ukelele,

and Songwriting.

                                                   ​Lucia Marco





















Lucia Marco is one of the founders of Bebu Music. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Lucia is a guitarist, pianist, singer, composer and performing artist currently based in Los Angeles. With a double bachelor’s degree in composition and choral conducting from UCA (Catholic University of Argentina), Lucia has been combining performing and teaching music to children for the past 10 years. 


Lucia began her career as a child TV actor. She then began studying music professionally and worked in musical theater for several years. Shortly thereafter, she found herself touring the world with choirs that specialized in various styles and languages and performed at venues ranging from Carnegie Hall in New York to Teatro Colon in Argentina.

Since moving to the U.S.A. Lucia has recorded and released her own music as a solo artist while building a career as a music teacher in and out of the classroom. Her lessons and classes are fun, upbeat and educational - a guaranteed good time.

Teaches Privately:

Voice, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, 

Ukelele, Songwriting, Sight Reading,

Live Stage Performance


               Robbie Gennet




















Robbie Gennet is a multi-instrumentalist musician, singer/songwriter, educator and journalist from Los Angeles, CA. He's recorded and released his own music and toured worldwide with acts as diverse as Lisa Marie Presley (keys/vocals), Nick Lachey (acoustic guitar/vocals), Fuel (bass) and Everclear (guitar/keys/vocals). An award-winning piano player, Robbie is known to specialize in blues and boogie-woogie piano as well as vintage keyboards, having played Rhodes, Minimoog, Wurlitzer and Clavinet extensively both onstage and in studio. 


Robbie is a long time educator, teaching classes and private lessons from Pre-K to adult at elementary schools as well as Musicians Institute, where he is a long-time faculty member. He has published his own music instruction book/DVD The Key of One (Alfred Publishing) to give students a notation-free context to music. Robbie has also written numerous music books and hosted a piano DVD for publisher Hal Leonard and has written for major music magazines including Guitar Player, Bass Player and Keyboard Magazine, at which he was a long time senior contributor, video host and columnist. The Key of One can be found online at and


Teaches Privately:

Piano, Bass, 

Songwriting, Sight Reading,

Music Appreciation

         ​                                                               Brendan MacLaren





















Brendan is a graduate from the Theater program at Loyola Marymount University. For the last nine years, he has worked for multiple music and theater programs, developing his own curriculum from years of work with California based directors.


As a music teacher, he hopes to inspire his students similar to how he was inspired by his music mentors and hero’s that still inspire him today.


Teaches Privately:

Guitar, Vocals, Ukelele


         ​        Frankie Lindia





















Frankie Lindia is an LA based guitarist/multi-instrumentalist and music teacher. Starting off at an early age, he knew what he wanted to pursue and made sure to vigorously study his craft. 

Early on, Frankie played in school bands playing trumpet, sousaphone, drums and bass until he finally discovered Van Halen and a guitar! From then on out he was strictly devoting his time to studying the 6 strings.

Once reaching High School he formed a couple of bands and played many cover/session gigs. Playing with many people and in many bands including his original band Legal Tender really showed him the ropes about the music business. In no way is it just fun and games or easy but the hard work would pay off if kept. 

Teaches Privately:

Guitar, Drums, Bass, Piano, Ukelele, Voice, 

Music Theory/Sight Reading,

Songwriting and Producing with Logic and Cubase. 

         ​        Melisa Atoyan























Violinist Melisa Atoyan was born in Argentina to Armenian parents. She is the first violinist and a founding member of the Arya String Quartet, most recently featured in 2019 at the Pleasantville Chamber Music Society. She has performed as a soloist with the Adelphi Symphony Orchestra, with which she is currently co-concertmaster. With immense opera experience, she has served as concertmaster and in the first violin sections of the Utopia Opera, New Opera, Regina Opera, and New Rochelle Opera companies. Additionally, she appeared in America’s Got Talent in 2014, playing in the string section for Emily West’s performance at Radio City Music Hall.

At the age of 8, Ms. Atoyan was awarded 1st prize-Junior Division in the Fundación Banco Mayo Competition (Argentina). After receiving the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) Performing Arts Fellowship in 2009, she was accepted into “La Scuola di Musica di
Fiesole” (Italy) International Competition Training Course the following year, studying with renowned pedagogue, Pavel Vernikov. Under the tutelage of Valery Oistrakh at the
Brussels Royal Conservatory, she received her B.M. in Violin Performance.

As a dedicated teacher, Ms. Atoyan has served on the violin faculty at the Brooklyn Music House, Herald Music School, Music Box School, Vienna Music, and currently teaches group violin at PS 11 (Brooklyn).


Teaches Privately:


Music Theory/Sight Reading,


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