NEW YORK – Leading Staten Island music school, The Staten Island School of ROCK, today announced the expansion of its brand with the launch of its forthcoming Central New Jersey location. The new music education school, Rock Out Loud, will debut in early 2018.
With its unique hands-on approach and highly skilled professional teaching staff, the new Rock Out Loud location will provide Central New Jersey residents with the same high caliber quality of music education that Staten Island students have enjoyed for 13 years at The Staten Island School of Rock location. [LA1]
“We are thrilled to announce the expansion of our brand and the forthcoming launch of Rock Out Loud,” says Michael Grande, Founder and CEO of The Staten Island School of Rock and Rock Out Loud. “The incredible response we’ve received over the years from The Staten Island School of Rock location has been overwhelming and validated our notion that there is a demand for a high-quality music establishment for kids of all ages,” he added. “After having succeeded in providing exceptional music education on Staten Island for over a decade, it is our honor to expand our services to the residents of Central New Jersey early next year.
Providing an array of services including an introduction to and development of various musical instruments including piano, guitar, bass and drums, as well as vocal instruction in a state of the art recording studio, the new Rock Out Loud location will serve both adults and children as young as 4. Featuring private teaching rooms equipped with Pro Tools recording software and a LIVE room where students can get that true ‘Rock Star’ experience, accompanied with lights and a stage.
About The Staten Island School of ROCK
The Staten Island School of ROCK is a rock and roll music school that teaches students all the facets of musical education. music, recording and performance. Founded by Michael Grande on June 2004,
To learn more the about the company, their teachers and values, visit their official website here.
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