Reid Lindeberg has been playing music since his mom got him started on the piano at a young age. Eventually, Reid switched to the bass guitar and double bass in middle school where he began playing in the orchestra and jazz band. Reid fell in love with the bass and continued to play in the school orchestra and jazz band at Arapahoe High School and Denver School of the Arts, where he received extensive training in music theory and technique on the double bass.
After high school, Reid's attention shifted back to the piano as he continued to take music theory lessons with professors from Metro State University and Community College of Denver while earning an associates degree. Reid has been producing and performing electronic music under the name "Universal Concepts" since 2012. He now runs his record label "Universal Concepts Music" representing himself and other artists in the Denver Metro and surrounding areas of Colorado.
Reid also greatly enjoys teaching both piano and bass lessons to students of all ages. He believes that lessons should be fun as well as informative and productive. Reid wishes to help all students achieve their individual goals and pass on a love of music to the next generation.