About Me

Curtis Hollembeak

I like music so much, I wear it!

The FundaMusic homeschool music education project was started in 2011 by Curtis Hollembeak. Our goal is to inspire God’s children to glorify God and bless others through music that is excellent, passionate and clear.

The program is designed to encourage the curiosity of children in the field of music, and to provide materials and learning experiences that train them to understand music on a fundamental, foundational level.

Curtis is certainly qualified to produce these materials. He has taught elementary general music classes in Christian schools for over 15 years. He especially enjoys the younger students and tends to have way too much fun teaching music to Kindergarteners. Just ask his current students whether or not they enjoy music class. They’ll say things like, “I can’t wait for music class!”

Curtis holds a bachelor’s degree in Bible with a music minor, as well as a master’s degree in Sacred Music, having studied under Dr. Frank Garlock, president of Majesty Music, and Ray and Ann Gibbs, well-known Christian singers. He has served as music director and junior high/high school supervisor at Grace Baptist Church of Mankato, Minnesota; school music director at the Franklin Road Christian School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee; media engineer for the Sword of the Lord in Murfreesboro, Tennessee; and, full-time music director at Second Baptist Church and Twin City Christian Academy in Festus, Missouri. He is currently self-employed and serves in the music ministry of the Berean Baptist Church in Rockford, IL. Curtis is co-founder and President of the Asaph Music Co. He regularly sings bass with the Bible Truth Chorale on recordings produced by Bible Truth Music at Faith Music Missions.

2 Responses to About Me

  1. John Hardin says:

    I can definitely say my children were more than excited to learn music when you were their teacher. You did a great job teaching them fundamentals, and exposing them to various instruments.

    • admin says:

      Thanks for the kind words, Bro. Hardin. I’m always glad to hear that they learned something, since I was having so much fun teaching!

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