Summer at
Texas Amps & Axes

Our Summer Session begins June 6th and runs through July 31st!

Private Music Lessons

Ages 6 to Adult

Summer is the perfect time to jump into music lessons! Whether you are a beginner or seasoned musician, our team is here to help you reach your musical milestones.

Classes are available Monday to Saturday.

Registration Opens May 5th.

Early Childhood Group Classes

Ages 0 to 9

Help your child learn the joy of learning music with a weekly Musikgarten group class! 

Choose from Family Music, Pre-Piano, & Intro to Piano classes.

Now Enrolling for Summer Musikgarten!

MusikGarten Camps

Ages 4 to 7

God’s Children Sing is a 4 day fun-filled camp of singing, playing instruments, making crafts, and playing games. Join us in this joyous celebration of faith through music.

Camp Week #1: June 20th -23rd (9-11 am)
Camp Week #2: June 27th – 30th (9-11 am)

Camp Cost: $240

 

Musical Theater Camps

Ages 8+

Join Ms. Robin Elise Hackett as we inspire young actors with acting and voice technique needed for Musical Theater! Campers will learn lines, songs, & blocking in prep for a special Friday Performance.

Ages 8-12: June 13th – 17th (9am -12pm)
Ages 13+: July 18th – 22nd (9am – 12 pm)

Camp Cost: $250

General Information

What is the Price?

Musikgarten Camps are $240.  All other camps are $250 for the week unless noted otherwise. Payment is due at the time of registration to guarantee spot.

Are There Savings Packages?

There is a 10% discount when you sign up for 2 or more camps. There is also a 10% discount on camp cost for siblings.

Camp Refund Policy

  • Full Refund if camp is cancelled for any reason by the studio.
  • 100% Refund if notice received 1 week prior to the camp start date.
  • 75% Refund if notice received 3-6 days prior to camp start date.
  • 50% Refund if cancelled less than 3 days prior to the camp start date.
  • No refund offered for any camp cancelled on/after start date.

Other Information

Recitals provide a chance for your children (and you!) to reflect upon where they’ve “come from” when watching beginning students.  Progress at the piano can sometimes feel slow, but watching younger students perform reminds your children of the gains they have made and motivates them to continue to progress.