Did you ever play a musical instrument or want to? For some reason, my calling was sports like basketball, softball, more basketball, swimming and so on. The closest thing I’ve ever gotten to playing an instrument is a tambourine.
Okay! I’ll secretly admit to you. I always wanted to play the drums and be in a band. But that wasn’t an option for a girl like me. The piano was the instrument of choice when I was growing up. I just couldn’t be confined to a hard piano bench learning from an instructional manual and having a stuffy teacher make an hour seem like an eternity.
However, times have certainly changed. I found a place that not only includes the foundations of playing an instrument but allows the student to be in a band as well.
Now, my 9-year-old daughter is in a rock band and after only 2 piano lessons.
How can that be?
I found the coolest place for children and adults and it’s The School of Rock in Coral Springs. They believe live performance is the most fun and effective way to teach an instrument, which is why they get kids playing on stage as quickly as possible.
The classes are tailored to all age groups and levels of proficiency. It also teaches the kids to play alone and as part of a team. This approach promotes accountability, speeds up the learning process, and fosters an inclusive community of rockers in Coral Springs.
Students are not only learning an instrument—they’re making friends, building confidence, and becoming better people.
Righ now my daughter has a piano lesson once a week and then takes Rock 101.
What’s Rock 101?
This program focuses on the one instrument that students have chosen to study. Using some of the world’s most famous songs and infusing fun into every chord, Rock 101 allows Coral Springs students to enhance their skills and move on to our Performance Program.
WATCH THIS VIDEO ABOUT ROCK 101
CHECK OUT THE PIANO PLAYER. SHE MAY LOOK FAMILIAR
Want to know more? Visit School of Rock Coral Springs
Sponsored: Local Mom Scoop is trying classes at School of Rock and sharing the scoop. All opinions are 100% my own.