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7325 E Frank Lloyd Boulevard Suite 104, Scottsdale

Kids' Summer Music Camps at Bach to Rock North Scottsdale (Up to 28% Off). Five Options Available.

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Children can take part in a summer camp and hone their singing, dancing, and music skills

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2 ratings1 reviews
August 29, 2018
The staff was amazing & so helpful! My 10 year old daughter & her 9 friends has an absolute blast with the karaoke party. I would highly recommend!!
1 ratings1 reviews
August 29, 2018
The kids had a lot of fun. Every kid got to take home a CD of their session.
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18 ratings5 reviews
October 28, 2017
My 17 year old loves her new voice coach & lessons.
10 ratings2 reviews
October 15, 2017
We had a rock City party for our daughters 5th birthday and it was awesome!! The staff was great with the kids and wonderful with clean up 🎸👍😀
Thelmatop reviewer
21 ratings12 reviews
June 25, 2017
My daughter has an awesome time
Antop reviewer
9 ratings7 reviews
June 21, 2017
Kids love the rock city class! Staff is super friendly! The only negative thing I can say is that their waiting area is rather small! Show up early and no problem!
11 ratings4 reviews
March 19, 2017
My 12 yr old daughter had a rock star bday party and had a blast! Alex and Pete were very helpful and patient. Highly recommend

About This Deal

Choice of:

  • ‘Rock City World Tour’ Half Day Summer Camp (Ages 4–7)
  • ‘Rock Band’ Half Day Summer Camp (Ages 7 and Up)
  • ‘Rock Band’ Full Day Summer Camp (Ages 7 and Up)
  • ‘B2R Glee’ Half Day Summer Camp A.M. or P.M. (Ages 7 and Up)
  • ‘Recording Arts / Pro Tools Half Day Summer Camp P.M. Only (Ages 10 and Up)

Each camp lasts five days. A.M. hours: 9:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. P.M. hours: 12:30–4:00 p.m.

Catchy Songs: How They Get Stuck in Your Head

Using MRIs, scientists have been able to pinpoint which parts of the brain a catchy song causes to “itch”—but there’s still no way to identify which elements of a song make it stick. Read on to learn more about why some songs just won’t leave your head.

You don’t need to be a neuroscientist to know that Rihanna is a master of mind control. The singer—or at least the producers and songwriters with whom she works—succeeds in part because her songs have a knack for burrowing into listeners’ heads whether they like it or not. But what is it about massive pop hits that appeals to the brain?

Knowing the precise answer to that question would put you in high demand, just like knowing which presidents were secretly left-handed. Consulting companies have attempted to assign “hit scores” to songs based on factors such as tempo, rhythm, and melodic structure, though there’s little data available on whether such algorithms have improved on record executives’ gut instincts. Radio stations often simply go straight to the public, asking survey respondents to rate songs based on 5- to 10-second recordings of each track’s hook without regard as to why the song works.

MRIs have shown which parts of the brain a catchy song causes to “itch,” although they can’t identify which elements of the song are responsible. Researcher and musician James Kellaris has conducted extensive surveys that suggest a few common qualities: repetition, simplicity of music and lyrics, and an element of the unexpected—such as an odd time signature or a note that suddenly soars above the rest—which may cause the brain to replay the song over and over in the attempt to reconcile the strange element with the sound it had been prepared to hear.

In his book Musicophilia, neuroscientist Oliver Sacks floats one hypothesis for why we got stuck with this feature of the human mind in the first place. Perhaps our brains are susceptible because it was advantageous for early humans to have bird calls, predators’ movements, and other important aural cues on involuntary repeat so that they could recognize them later—or even map their own location using their auditory surroundings instead of leaving a trail of animal bones everywhere.

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