Woodwind lessons in Waxhaw, NC
Musicians in Motion is proud to offer flute, clarinet, and saxophone lessons at our Waxhaw studio. Whether you’re beginning in middle school, preparing for college auditions, or just found your instrument from high school in the back of your closet, private lessons are a great way to
cultivate your talent and encourage your musical growth. We can teach several different styles including classical, jazz, rock, pop, showtunes, and more. Lessons are tailored to each individual student in order to help them challenge themselves and grow. Give yourself the best chance for that top chair position or prestigious honor band by starting private lessons today!
Jordan Owen graduated from Appalachian State University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Music degree in Instrumental Music Education. She grew up in Salisbury, NC where she started singing from a very early age. One of her first memories is singing the national anthem at a Kannapolis Intimidators game when she was only 4 years old. Jordan is a soprano and started taking voice lessons when she was 6 years old.
While she was at Appalachian, Jordan continued to grow in her musical ability, earning high placements in top ensembles. She is multi-talented and plays a variety of instruments from across the band including clarinet, bass clarinet, flute, saxophone, and piano. She also has experience composing and arranging music for chamber ensembles.
In the past few years, Jordan has been responsible for running several performance ensembles. She was a conductor for the Appalachian State Clarinet choir and worked alongside the head director of bands as a teacher’s assistant for the conducting class. She also has extensive experience in marching band, having directed the Appalachian State Basketball Band and being the drum major of the Appalachian State Marching Mountaineers her senior year.
Jordan is experienced in a variety of styles including classical, jazz, opera, pop, and rock and has 16 years of vocal training and 12 years of instrumental training. She is passionate about helping her students strive for the highest in music and in life