Designed for students of all levels, from beginners to seasoned artists, this program is taught by real musicians using the unique B2R method, which will have students playing full songs in no time! Students are placed in a band according to their age and skill level and the requirements of ensemble playing, teamwork and achievement of musical objectives are stressed. Depending on ability level, development of original material is strongly encouraged. Each weekly session culminates in a public performance and the recording of a CD. This camp is split into two age categories: for kids 7 - 9 and 9+.
Bach to Rock is proud to announce the B2R Glee Club! Inspired by the television sensation, this premier choral ensemble offers a dynamic atmosphere for male and female students to unlock their inner star! Each student will explore fun vocal exercises, singing in harmony, and cool choreography while performing arrangements of popular songs. The B2R Glee Club provides a group learning experience that emphasizes reading music, intonation, listening skills, rhythm, and healthy vocal technique. Each weekly session culminates in a public performance and the recording of a CD.
Do you have an awesome band that's rocking covers and writing songs, but not sure of what to do next? Come learn how to promote your music and get gigs! Find out how to create a press kit, including one sheets, photos and even a professional demo. Work in a state of the art studio with professional engineers to create your own signature sound.
Using state-of-the-art recording technology, such as Pro Tools, students gain hands on experience manipulating sound in an industry level environment. Participants have the opportunity to create original music and record live bands in B2R's professional recording studios.
B2R Camps on VOA
- Individual instruction with proprietary curriculum
- Students are motivated by playing with others in a band
- A band builds teamwork, develops social skills, fosters self-esteem and leads to lasting friendships.
- Everyone learns faster playing music they like
- Students are motivated to learn when they see early results
- Introducing very young children to music supports cognitive development and motor skills.