• Music
Aloha Ukulele Camp

Aloha! The ukulele has become one of the most popular instruments in recent years due to its joyful sound, portability, and ease in learning to play. In this camp, kids will learn several chords to be used to play along with recorded songs. They will also discover how the ukulele became the national instrument of Hawaii while learning to play some traditional Hawaiian tunes. By the end of the week, they will have compiled their newly learned songs into their own special Aloha! Ukulele notebook to share with their family and friends. Campers are encouraged to bring their own ukulele, if available. 

Mr. Chris Brown, M.M., NBCT, is the Director of Choral Activities and Director of the Melodic Fusion Competitive Show Choir at Riverside High School in Belle, WV.  He is the Interim Director of the Concert Choir for the Appalachian Children's Chorus where he also teaches music theory and directs the younger Camerata Choir. He taught music for 20 years in NC for Sharon Elementary, Alexander Graham Middle School, Choir School of St. Peters, and the Young Voices of the Carolinas. He has been camp instructor at PDS for 16 of those years. Mr. Brown has twice been a quarter-finalist for the GRAMMY Foundation Music Educator, has a Masters degree in trumpet performance, and is Nationally Board Certified in children's voices.

  • Session 4: June 27-July 1
  • Morning: 9 am-12 pm
  • Girls AND Boys
  • Rising Grades: 2-8
  • Camp Price: $260
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