About Kristen Hooker

Kristen Hooker lived a dynamic life by devoting her time to changing the world one person at a time through music.  She began her music education playing the flute in her elementary school band, and from there she was able to successfully pick up any instrument and quickly learn to play. Looking for a challenge, she began playing the bassoon at 13.
 
Kristen expanded her love of music and the bassoon when she entered Highland High School and was soon selected for the Phoenix Youth Symphony as directed by Robert Moody.
 
Her talent did not go unnotticed, after spending time touring Europe and mentoring children she was selected to be apart of the National Woodwind Ensemble, an ensemble of young advanced musicians from across the country. When her high school class was walking for their graduation, she walked the stage of Carnegie Hall in New York City. 

Kristen believed in the unity of music and faith and therefore used her talent and the effects of music to spread goodwill and inspire others to be their best.
 
Her compassion and dedication has led us to set our goal as a foundation of helping people to utilize the power of music to improve their lives.