Rock U Rock Band Camp – Session II Next Week!

July 7, 2009 at 9:48 pm Leave a comment

DSC00171You’ll never know just how cool it is to hear 7 to 12 year olds playing Led Zeppelin until you actually experience it.   My desk is in the costume & prop loft at the main location and that camp ran directly behind me in the main hall 2 weeks ago.   Believe me, I heard everything… in true rock band fashion, they were loud!

It was a blast!  Our next session, which runs next week, is open to a larger age range:  7 to 18years.  The kids get a week to rehearse and then they jam out on Friday afternoon and showcase everything they learned.

Here’s the description of the camp from our brochure:  “Want to meet other musicians?  This camp will hook you up with other musicians of a similar age and level, help you learn how to play in a band and put you on stage for a LIVE rock concert on Friday afternoon.  Under the direction of professional musicians, you and your band will be on stage for friends and family to enjoy.”

We still have a few spaces left!  If your child can play an instrument and will benefit from playing with other kids in a group setting, this is the camp for you.  Give us a call for more information and to register.


Entry filed under: Asheville Performing Arts Academy.

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