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Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for four 30-minute adult or children’s private music lessons (a $100 value)
Professional instructors, all of them performing musicians, helm private lessons tailored to individual skills and interests. Students may choose to study drums, guitar, bass, piano, or vocals and have access to the latest music software and an Internet-equipped large-screen monitor in each practice space.
- $69 for a children’s Rock Star party for up to seven kids (up to a $150 value)
During each two-hour birthday shindig, a host will keep the party upbeat as well as control the karaoke system, stage lights, and laser and fog machines. Kids can belt a wide variety of karaoke tunes, watch videos on any of the three large flat-screen TVs, and boogie down in the disco-light-laden dance area within the 1,500 square-foot party space. Customers need to provide invitations, all utensils, dishware, food, ice, napkins, tablecloths, and decorations (no confetti, glitter, or sprinkles).
RockPro Music Centre
From the moment visitors enter RockPro Music Centre and see the elevated stage in the foyer, they can tell that the music emporium is anything but a typical music school. The instructors, led by musical director Chris Hummel and owner Cliff Callaway, encourage students to unleash their inner rock stars, whether they’re learning power chords on the guitar or biting the heads off microphones in the vocal room. Fledgling musicians can rock out in the band rehearsal room, honing their skills with fellow band mates in preparation of performing live. They can also head to Kids’ Rock Camp in the summer months where they can join a band and learn song-writing techniques.