School of Rock puts kids center stage. In addition to offering private lessons, the School of Rock allows children to put their new skills to use with others. What better way to inspire your children with music than to get them together with others who love to play? My daughter has been with School of Rock for almost two years and it is the only program she wants to participate in year-round, without exception. The School of Rock rocks!
We very much like the staff, instructors, and show directors at the School of Rock Denver. They collaborate and demonstrate good rapport with each other and the kids. Because of this, they are able to inspire students to stay focused, work hard, and achieve a high level of musicianship. The school comes up with great themes for the shows as well. A+
The instructors are great and my son loves learning in the band environment. The end of season concert at Herman’s Hideaway is so much fun and watching the talented older kids really inspires the younger ones.
All of the teachers are committed to inspiring passion for music in their students. They eat, breathe and study music all the time. I can't say enough good things about this school. If your kids are into music and want to improve their skills, this is the best thing for them.
I love that it provides a creative outlet - creativity is all too easy to lose if not developed. It also helps the kids learn to work both together and individually to achieve a common goal. Not only does this keep them engaged in something "meaningful" and fun - the skills they develop also transfer well beyond the lighted stage!
SOR is the most amazing place. I highly recommend it to any kid wanting to experience music. The community that comes with it is such an added Bonus. The Staff is so great. It’s a place where my kid can be creative and have fun while learning so much at the same time.
We love that your programs are not just about the rock. You expect responsibility, consideration for others and kindness out of your students. These skills, values and life lessons are more important than the ability to play an instrument and it's these lessons that will benefit the kids for the rest of their lives.
What our family likes the most, is that we get an opportunity to meet other families that have children that are passionate about music. The kids grow and aren't held back from what they love and there is so much room for them to continue to grow as a musician. Many fun opportunities and the kids can become friends, that has the same like-mindedness.