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With its first African location, the world's most popular music school, School of Rock, inspires students of all ages to rock on and off stage.

"Essentially school of rock teaches music concepts through the stage, so we put on shows every quarter where we teach the various concepts where the other school do it the exactly the opposite way around, we find it keeps the students and members engaged, and people don't lose interest when they find they're able to master a song in a few months," Says Managing Director, Keith Tauber.

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School of Rock, the leader in performance-based music education, has announced the hiring of Elliot Baldini as Senior Vice President of Marketing. Baldini will be responsible for leading School of Rock’s various marketing programs including digital, local, events, and franchise development.

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School Of Rock CEO Dzana Homan is interviewed for Taking Stock on Bloomberg TV. Dzana talks about School Of Rock facts, franchising, and what makes our music education program so unique.


The School of Rock is now making music in Allentown's West End theater district.

“We wanted to get to a place where there was more of a community feel, where there was a diversity of businesses,” said Ray Thierrin, co-owner of the school.

The school celebrated its new home with live performances and a guitar smashing by Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski as a substitute for the traditional ribbon cutting.

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School of Rock, a performance-based music education program geared toward kids and teens, recently opened a new location in Lynn.

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"We brings kids together who have a passion for music, and they have a place to go. They can take individual lessons, but what really makes us different is the group rehearsals that bring musicians together. By forming a band, they learn life skills, such as team building, self-confidence and presenting themselves in front of people. They're learning life skills in addition to music. That's the culture I'm building at my school. They learn to be amazing musicians, but they also are learning to become a great person too. That's our philosophy: Inspiring the world to rock on stage and in life."

-Denise Biondi

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