by Dave BrandtJuly 17, 2012
Rock Band Camp starts next week at RockShow Academy in St. Louis, Missouri. The Camp features Music Lessons, Rock History, Clinics with top Musicians and a Rock Concert on the last day.
Do you want to be a rock star for the week? You can at RockShow Academy's Rock Band Camp. The camp is for ages 7-16 and campers will take lessons ranging from Lead/Background Vocals to guitar, bass, keyboard and drums. Rock History will be taught and top St. Louis musicians will give clinics. The camp goes from 8:30am - 3:30pm Monday-Thursday and 8:30am - 5:00pm Friday which is immediately followed by a Rock Concert.
This one week camp is an intensive but fun experience with music. Whether your child is a beginner or has been playing their instrument a while, students will be separated according to ability for classes so they learn at their level. Plus - the RockShow Academy staff makes sure it's also very fun.
• to sing or play Guitar, Bass, Keyboard or Drums
• all styles of Rock from all eras including current styles
• to be Goal & Team-Oriented & Work Well in a Group
• about Culture & History
• to adapt to new situations
• how to presenting in front of a Group
• to conquer “Stage Fright”
• to become more Outgoing
• Work with professional musicians who are great with kids
• Rock Out at the Friday Night Concert!
We work with kids of all ages in an encouraging, kind and exciting way.
Rock Band Camp goes from Monday, July 23rd to Friday, July 29th
Monday-Thursday hours are 8:30am - 3:30pm
Friday hours are 8:30 - 5:00pm, directly followed by the Rock Concert!
Bring a sack lunch/drink - Snacks/Drinks provided
Cost of camp is $169
Multi Child Discounts Available
News Source: http://www.free-press-release.com/news-rock-band-camp-starts-next-week-1342500347.html
Official Website: http://www.rockshowacademy.com
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