Summer Day Camp Registration is STILL OPEN!
(Weeks of July 16th & July 23rd)
We are offering an opportunity for both beginner and intermediate young musicians (recommended ages 6-12) to explore music in a fun group environment! This will be an opportunity for complete beginners to explore some popular instruments and learn the basics in a fun way with group activities.... AND, for intermediates to enhance their skills while learning to make more music with others. Spots are limited, so check it out!
Meet 4-yr-old Paxten, who plays ukulele & piano, and sings with her music! Paxten is an aspiring songwriter who, at the age of 4, has already written a couple of big hits in our music community. One of her original songs is called “Giddy Up”, which tells the story of her favorite horses and very special places in her life (she likes this song the most). Although she is very self-motivated and creative with her songwriting, Paxten is also influenced by her favorite artist, Grace VanderWaal, who she saw win “America’s Got Talent” in 2016.
When asked what she likes most about music lessons, Paxten says that she likes cheering her friends on at recitals (what a big heart!) and simply practicing her ukulele, which both make her feel very happy. She likes to practice her music when she is camping, and also when family comes over to visit with her love for performing. Outside of music, Paxten enjoys bike riding, skiing, and camping. And when she grows up, she wants to be a “bike riding musician”, teaching other kids how to play music! She believes that music helps to change the world by making people dance.
According to her instructor Katie, Paxten is able to write songs quickly based on a new idea learned in a lesson. Once Paxten has an idea, Katie says that her “stream of consciousness” takes over from there to make it into a song. Keep up the great work Paxten! We are excited to see the great things to come with your music!
Why take lessons with Music Flow? Find out more about what we do differently to truly connect with our students in an engaging way.
Music enhances the process of learning. The systems they nourish, which include our integrated sensory, attention, cognitive, emotional and motor capacities, are shown to be the driving forces behind all other learning. - Konrad, R.R., Empathy, Arts and Social Studies, 2000
Interested in joining our team as an instructor? Contact us with your interests and some basic info so we can follow up. We are always looking to connect with talented and fun musicians and will see if there is an opportunity here for you.