Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Nurture Music n Me with camps

Call it Wood River idol


By JENNIFER LIEBRUM
Express Staff Writer

    If your kid’s rendition of songs from the hot musical “Frozen” could use a little fine tuning before you sit through it for the umpteenth time, Music ‘n’ Me is the place.
    Throughout summer, voice coaches are offering a variety of topical camps to suit all levels of ability and interest.
    There is nothing more fun than a toddler learning to groove. “Music, Mommy & Me: Music and Movement,” for ages 18 months to 3 years will prove that point.
    Ages 3-5 can learn about, make and perform their own instruments.
    For the bigger littles, those 4-6, The Wide Mouth Frog Musical, a movement, instruments and set creation class is offered.
    Or, The Fairy Tale Plays, A Musical for 4-6 year olds with a more princess-y bend.
    If you know a single 7-11 year old that can’t sing a song from “Frozen,” remedy that asap with a chance to create a winter wonderland, act and sing scenes from the film.
    Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp, Music Jamzz for ages 6-11 gets to perform live at the Wicked Spud in Hailey.
    And, if you’re seeking another form of communication, there is beginning American sign language for kids 6-7 with an adult, and 8 and up.    
    Credit/debit cards, payment plans, upon approval. For a schedule call 720-3918 or email notesmusic@msn.com.




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