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Las Vegas’ First School of Rock Now Open

Las Vegas’ First School of Rock Now Open
School of Rock Las Vegas
joins the ranks of over 70 other School of Rock locations in the United States and Mexico. The school, which teaches music through an innovative, performance-based curriculum, stimulates music education, appreciation and skill by focusing on nontraditional, yet proven, learning methods. School of Rock focuses on students ages 7 through 18.  Adult programs are also available.

“I’m excited to see our doors open up to the public,” said Cammy Warden, general manager of School of Rock Las Vegas. “School of Rock turns traditional music education upside down with methods that really get the kids motivated.”

An official opening celebration will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. at the school on Saturday, Oct. 29. Two bands from the School of Rock in Sandy, Utah are scheduled to rock out in the parking lot and visitors are invited to tour the school and speak with the instructors. The celebration will be open to the public.

School of Rock students learn through a variety of enrollment options, which include private lessons, group band rehearsals, camp opportunities and lectures provided by professionals in the music industry. Parents and students interested in enrolling or booking a trial lesson can contact the School of Rock at (702) 778-9382. For more information, find School of Rock on Facebook, follow on Twitter at @SORVegas or visit the official website, http://summerlin.schoolofrock.com.

About School of Rock
For more than a decade, School of Rock has been teaching kids to rock on stage and in life. We believe the best way to learn music is to perform music in a rock band. We take students from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and musicianship with programs designed for all skill levels. Today School of Rock operates 70 schools in 25 states and Mexico. For more information about School of Rock, please visit www.SchoolofRock.com.