School of Rock Camps
About the Camp
We are open in person for summer 2020School of Rock's music camps offer an incredible selection of experiences from beginner music camps to intermediate and advanced sessions. Our music camps often include performance boot camps, artist-th
We are open in person for summer 2020School of Rock's music camps offer an incredible selection of experiences from beginner music camps to intermediate and advanced sessions. Our music camps often include performance boot camps, artist-themed camps, songwriting and recording, and more—there's a camp for every interest and skill level. Most music camps end with an epic live rock show performed by the campers. These teach students not only how to play music, but also music theory, songwriting, and Rock 'n' Roll appreciation. Camp Size We deliberately keep our camps smaller in size. Typically between 5 and 7 campers per camp.
Our COVID-19 precautionsEveryone will wear a mask. If singing we have a protective barrier between the singer and the rest of the band while they are singing. Each camper should bring their own guitars, bass guitars, picks, drumsticks etc. If you need to purchase anything we can provide so that they are available at the start of the camp.
Typically the camps can't be cancelled. We prepare in advance to make sure that we give you the best possible experience. Of course there are always exceptional circumstances. Please discuss with the Camp Director or General Manager.
If playing guitar or bass guitar please bring own instrument and guitar picks. If playing drums please bring drum sticks. Come prepared to have fun!
Lunch not provided
9am - Campers arrive 9.30am - Camper orientation, do's and don'ts, what we will be working on, introduction to your instructors, and orientation of our studio 10am - Sectionals by instrument. Break in to groups based on instrument, interest and proficiencey. Work on instrument specific skills and warm-ups. 11am - Group Workshop. Campers come together to work on specific skill. For example how to use a PA effectively or how best to perform on stage. Noon - Lunch as a group. Campers might jam with instructors, watch a music related video or talk about the types of music that they like. 1pm - Group Rehearsal. Get together as a group and start working on a song or two. 3.15pm - Wrap Up. Get the campers together to discuss what they did that day, answer any questions, and talk about anything that they need to prepare for tomorrow 330pm - Campers go home
We're on the corner of Bissonnet St and Kirby right next door to Einstein Bagels.
Address :2607 Bissonnet Street, Houston, TX, USA
Activities :Arts - Music, Music Performance,
Overall Hours:9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Drop off starts: 9:00 AM Pick up ends: 3:30 PM
Weekly price range :$301 to $600
Camp ScheduleFull Day
Seasons OfferedFall, Spring, Summer, Winter
Ages5 to 18 year
Grade RangeK to 12