Welcome to ENCORE! the Rock Projects School of Rock & Pop for Adults!
Encore is a school of rock for mature students, it is based of the teaching methods & principles of the highly successful nationwide network of rock schools- The Rock Project, which is for students aged between 7 & 18.
So if you are 20, 30,40, 50, 60, 70 something and have always had the dream of being in a rock band, Encore is just what you’ve been waiting for.
You do not need any experience,we welcome beginners on the other hand if you have been a bedroom player all your life and want to play with other musicians then this is your chance.
Courses run for a term at a time ( you are then welcome to join the next course and continue on your chosen instrument or swap if you wish)
Each session lasts for 90 minutes. Firstly you will have a lesson on your chosen instrument in a group of no more than 5, this lasts for 45 minutes, this is then followed by a 45 minute plug and play session where you will be able to put into practice what you have learnt in your lesson, accompanied by the other students in the group.
We have digital drums for you to use as well as guitars and bass if you don’t have your own.
During the term you will be learning enough material so that you will be able to perform in a showcase concert where friends and family can come along and see you become the rock star you always told them you would be one day!
Terms are 10-12 weeks at £20 per week with an optional gig at the end.
September – Christmas
January – Easter
May – Summer
Option 1: Total amount for term in full.
Option 2: weekly at £20 per week, £40 on the first week, £20 for duration of the term & £0 on the last week. All sessions must be payed for even if not attended.
A £20 non refundable deposit holds your place.
On the induction night you will be asked to sign a registration form committing to the term duration. Unfortunately we are unable to run the course on a drop in & out basis & ask that those on weekly payments commit to the entire course once signed up.
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