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KC Metro Area



Riley Voth joined Fingerprint in 2022, where he teaches guitar, piano, and ukulele.  Growing up, Riley taught himself music theory and fundamentals for the first two years of playing, until he met Lawrence-based guitarist, Brian Baggett, who became a long-term mentor. During his senior year of high school, Riley learned from internationally renowned acoustic guitarist, Andy McKee. 


Experienced in a myriad of musical styles ranging from jazz, blues, rock and roll, classical/Spanish, and acoustic/folk, Riley is a passionate individual with care given to tailor students' lesson plans based on what they find captivating.



Will Lubaroff joined Fingerprint in Kansas City 2019. He is a recent transplant to KC, having grown up and studied in Iowa.

The son of a professional jazz musician, Will grew up around music, beginning piano studies at age 8. He began playing guitar at age 13, learning jazz, blues, rock and acoustic through High School. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Vocal Music Education at the University of Northern Iowa in 2018, and spent a year as a vocal music teacher in Dunkerton, Iowa.

Will loves to learn and write music in his spare time when he is not teaching or bartending on the Country Club Plaza. Will teaches piano, guitar, ukulele, voice, and percussion.



Michael has been with Fingerprint in Kansas City since 2011, teaching a range of skills including guitar, piano, bass, voice, songwriting, and beginner drums. He comes from a musical family, where from an early age he learned the value of harmony singing, how to unsuccessfully control your laughter when your sibling hits a wrong note, and how the right music score can turn a mediocre movie into an amazing one!


Through his association with Fingerprint, he hopes to help instill in his students a lifelong appreciation and love of music in all its forms. His musical passions include songwriting and composition, listening to and dissecting (obsessing over) albums of all genres, picking up and attempting random instruments, and playing too loud in rock bands.

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