GRAMMY Camp St. Paul Blog: Xavier Quarterman

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Xavier Quarterman, GRAMMY Camp St. Paul

I must begin with my journey to get here.. I came across two canceled flights due to bad weather and when I thought I had almost arrived, the pilot had to turn around and land in Duluth, Minn. due to additional bad weather and sickening air turbulence. I finally landed in St Paul a day late.

This is an awesome place and just a half a day of GRAMMY Camp easily convinced me that all of the chaos was worth it! The counselors are supportive, helpful, experienced, awesome, and fun! There is no camp like this in the world! In the short time I've been here, I have gained knowledge beyond music studies and degrees not to mention the awesome networking and relationships you get to established with talented teens around the world! 

GRAMMY Camp will easily be one of the greatest experiences of my life!

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