Rock to the Future’s GuitarStars Summer Camp runs from June 17 to June 21 for ages 7-12. Youth rockers will learn guitar, bass guitar, or keyboard, join a band and write original music, learn cover songs, participate in creative workshops, work with guest performers, and perform at the final showcase. The camp is co-ed with no experience necessary, and all instruments are provided. The camp takes place from 9am to 3pm at Kensington High School: 2051 E Cumberland St. Philadelphia, PA, 19125. Septa Key Cards are available, and lunch will be provided. All applicants will automatically be reviewed to receive a scholarship and most Philadelphia student qualify. For students who do not qualify for a scholarship, tuition is $250 for the week.

Space is limited to 35 students on a first-come, first-served basis, and applications must be received by May 30th. To learn more or enroll in a summer camp, visit the website or contact Josh at Josh@RocktotheFuture.org or 215-302-9633.

About Rock to the Future

Rock to the Future provides free music programs for youth in underserved Philadelphia neighborhoods. Through music, our programs build life skills that improve other areas of life by igniting passion and creativity, supporting academic achievement, and improving self-esteem in an accepting and positive environment. Visit www.rocktothefuture.org for more information.

Schedules

  • Occurred Monday, June 17th, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Occurred Friday, June 21st, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Venue

Kensington High School

2051 E Cumberland St.
Philadelphia , 19125

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