Session Two of the Summer Rocks series starts at the Detroit School of Rock and Pop next week.
According to a statement, “Summer Rocks! is in full swing. There's music in the halls, videos being shot on the sidewalks, and fun being had by all! If you'd like to be part of the fun, let us know!
“For those who have not been, we spend three “three-week” sessions learning to play in bands, recording in our studio, shooting music videos, learning music theory and arranging, and preparing a show with our bands. At the end of the summer, all three sessions of the camp go ON TOUR! This year we are headed to the windy city, CHICAGO! We have a committee of dedicated dad’s who have already started selecting wonderful musical experiences for the tour this year.
“This day camp stresses team building, the development of confidence, the ability to create win-win situations in life, and the importance of making the right choices. We are excited to be able to create musical experiences and memories that will last a lifetime. If music is what one enjoys, then this is the place to spend the coming summer! “At the end of Summer Rocks! don’t leave thinking the fun is over. Rest assured that we will be here to help you at Metro Detroit’s only school of contemporary music year round.”
For more information, visit www.detroitschoolofrockandpop.com.
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