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About School of Rock Easton

Find your place in the music at School of Rock Easton. We have a unique approach to learning music that helps kids blossom in unimaginable ways. Students are not only being taught an instrument—they’re learning to deal with life situations, building confidence, and becoming better people.

At School of Rock Easton, learning music in a lesson room is just the beginning. We get kids playing on stage as quickly as possible, teaching them to play as soloists and as part of a team. This immersive method motivates them to be their best, helping them learn skills faster and more thoroughly.

As both rockers and educators, School of Rock Easton’s instructors are passionate about creating a legacy of music by helping your kids succeed in music and beyond. Visit School of Rock Easton today to learn more about our creative community.

Contact Information

School of Rock Easton
19 South Bank StreetEaston, PA 18042
(610) 923-7625

Hours of Operation

Monday
4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday - Thursday
3:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SundayClosed

Programs

  • At School of Rock Easton, our Performance Program puts our students front-and-center on a real stage for real performances. Students get to show off their killer music skills while learning serious teamwork as they and their bandmates refine their abilities through some of rock and roll’s greatest hits.

    Easton students will blow your mind with advanced performances chock-full of hits by famous artists such as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Frank Zappa, Queen, and many, many more! For our students, real performances breed real skill, and real fun.

    All students in Easton’s Performance Program can expect:

    • Weekly private music lessons on guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and/or vocals
    • Weekly band rehearsal to get students prepared for real shows
    • The experience of performing on stage with their band at real venues
    • Key learning in fundamental areas such as stage performance, harmonies, musicianship, and more
    • Fun, music, and education wrapped into one all-inclusive experience!

  • School of Rock Easton’s Rock 101 Program encourages fun and success for our younger students as they begin their journey. The days of traditional instruction with piles of sheet music are over. At School of Rock Easton, we believe that playing real music is the only path to proficiency and a true appreciation for music.

    In Rock 101, students select one instrument to study, and we begin teaching fundamentals: scales, chords, notes, time signatures, and all the rest. Our unique approach to music instruction teaches our students vital fundamentals through songs they know and love, not rote memorization. With real musical context in a fun environment, we give all of our students the knowledge they need to really pursue their passion for music.

    All students in Easton’s Rock 101 Program can expect:

    • Weekly private music lessons on guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and/or vocals
    • Weekly group rehearsals to reinforce the fundamentals in a team environment
    • A firm grasp of the basics of music theory and technique
    • An understanding of what it means to play solo and in a group
    • Real knowledge gained through real fun!

  • School of Rock Easton’s Rookies Program is designed for first and second graders to provide a fun introduction to music fundamentals. Among other tools, we use proprietary setups for guitar, bass, drums and keyboard to provide a gateway to understanding music. The skills and passion for music that we teach our students gets them ready for Rock 101 and a lasting appreciation for music.

    Our Easton Rookies learn the fundamental concepts of pitch, rhythm, form and dynamics with age-appropriate exercises, tools and games. We encourage our students to explore a variety of instruments and play styles so they can get familiar with all parts of the musical landscape; even the most incredible solo guitar players or drummers need to understand how the rest of the band works together.

    All students in Easton’s Rookies Program can expect:

    • Weekly group lessons using guitar, bass, keyboard and drums
    • Exposure to essential fundamentals like music theory, pitch and rhythm
    • A focus on teamwork and collaboration
    • An understanding of what it means to play solo and in a group
    • Fun combined with practical learning!

  • School of Rock Easton’s music camps and workshops are designed to bring out the best performance in a fast-paced learning environment. Just like our standard programs, our camps offer a high-energy experience that is fun, creative and team-oriented. Our students learn music by playing it with their peers, guided by experienced instructors from the music community.

    From basic Performance Boot Camps to more advanced Guitar Building and Songwriting Training, School of Rock offers opportunities for musicians of all skill levels. Camps vary by location, so please contact us for a current list of camps and workshops at School of Rock Easton.

    Regardless of which camp they choose, students can expect:
    • Hands-on skill building for guitar, bass guitar, keyboard, drums, and/or vocals
    • One-on-one interaction with seasoned music professionals
    • A deeper appreciation for music theory and fundamentals
    • Greater confidence, collaboration and improvisation abilities
    • A fun and interactive experienceFind a Camp or Workshop

At School of Rock Easton, our Performance Program puts our students front-and-center on a real stage for real performances. Students get to show off their killer music skills while learning serious teamwork as they and their bandmates refine their abilities through some of rock and roll’s greatest hits. Easton students will blow your mind with advanced performances chock-full of hits by famo...
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At School of Rock Easton, our Performance Program puts our students front-and-center on a real stage for real performances. Students get to show off their killer music skills while learning serious teamwork as they and their bandmates refine their abilities through some of rock and roll’s greatest hits.

Easton students will blow your mind with advanced performances chock-full of hits by famous artists such as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Frank Zappa, Queen, and many, many more! For our students, real performances breed real skill, and real fun.

All students in Easton’s Performance Program can expect:

• Weekly private music lessons on guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and/or vocals
• Weekly band rehearsal to get students prepared for real shows
• The experience of performing on stage with their band at real venues
• Key learning in fundamental areas such as stage performance, harmonies, musicianship, and more
• Fun, music, and education wrapped into one all-inclusive experience!
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Upcoming Events

    • January 13
      6:00 PM
      A Tribute to David Bowie
      Concert
      Our kids are doing their tribute to the late great David Bowie. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
    • January 13
      8:30 PM
      A Tribute to The Police
      Concert
      Our kids are doing their tribute to the great band, The Police. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
    • January 14
      5:00 PM
      A Tribute to The Police
      Concert
      Our kids are doing their tribute to the great band, The Police. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
    • January 14
      7:30 PM
      A Tribute to David Bowie
      Concert
      Our kids are doing their tribute to the late great David Bowie. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
    • January 20
      6:00 PM
      A Tribute to Heart
      Concert
      Our kids are doing their tribute to the Wilson Sisters and their band Heart. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
    • January 20
      8:30 PM
      It's A Family Affair
      Concert
      Bands very often get started as a family musical project. Our kids are presenting music of some great family bands, or at least bands with family members in them. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is ...
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      Bands very often get started as a family musical project. Our kids are presenting music of some great family bands, or at least bands with family members in them. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
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    • January 21
      5:00 PM
      It's A Family Affair
      Concert
      Bands very often get started as a family musical project. Our kids are presenting music of some great family bands, or at least bands with family members in them. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is ...
      Read more
      Bands very often get started as a family musical project. Our kids are presenting music of some great family bands, or at least bands with family members in them. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
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    • January 21
      7:30 PM
      A Tribute to Heart
      Concert
      Our kids are doing their tribute to the Wilson Sisters and their band Heart. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
    • January 27
      6:00 PM
      The Beatles After The Beatles
      Concert
      After the Beatles broke up, they all took on their own individual musical projects. Our kids are presenting the music of John, Paul George and Ringo as part of their own bands. No Cover All Ages ...
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      After the Beatles broke up, they all took on their own individual musical projects. Our kids are presenting the music of John, Paul George and Ringo as part of their own bands. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
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    • January 27
      8:30 PM
      A Tribute to Radiohead
      Concert
      Our kids present the music of the groundbreaking English rock band, Radiohead. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
    • January 28
      5:00 PM
      A Tribute to Radiohead
      Concert
      Our kids present the music of the groundbreaking English rock band, Radiohead. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
    • January 28
      7:30 PM
      The Beatles After The Beatles
      Concert
      After the Beatles broke up, they all took on their own individual musical projects. Our kids are presenting the music of John, Paul George and Ringo as part of their own bands. No Cover All Ages ...
      Read more
      After the Beatles broke up, they all took on their own individual musical projects. Our kids are presenting the music of John, Paul George and Ringo as part of their own bands. No Cover All Ages Show! Show is at Rivals Sports Bar and Restaurant in downtown Easton.
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Staff

    • Meet OUR TALENTED SCHOOL OF ROCK INSTRUCTORS
      Our instructors are passionate, experienced, and student focused, and understand the power of mastering instruments through the group experience. Most of our instructors are multi-instrumentalists,...
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      Our instructors are passionate, experienced, and student focused, and understand the power of mastering instruments through the group experience. Most of our instructors are multi-instrumentalists, which helps them excel in providing private lessons and managing our group sessions.
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    • Meet Jesse Braun
      Drum and Guitar Instructor
      Born into a family of musicians, Jesse has been playing music since he was old enough to walk. At the age of 14, Jesse began gigging in an original indie/progressive band that recorded, produced an...
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      Born into a family of musicians, Jesse has been playing music since he was old enough to walk. At the age of 14, Jesse began gigging in an original indie/progressive band that recorded, produced and released 2 albums independently, and at 16 went on his first national tour. Since then, he has released 2 full length records as the guitar player for Surf/Garage Rock band, Great White Caps, and tours extensively as the drummer of Start Making Sense - A Talking Heads Tribute. Jesse began teaching at School of Rock in 2009 and is always excited to share his knowledge and love of music with the students at the school.
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    • Meet Shawn Cavanaugh
      Guitar and Bass Instructor
      Starting off as a Lead guitarist for many years in several bands (touring and local) performing on many stages large and small Shawn progressed to fall in love with the bass guitar and all that it ...
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      Starting off as a Lead guitarist for many years in several bands (touring and local) performing on many stages large and small Shawn progressed to fall in love with the bass guitar and all that it was capable as an expressive instrument both lead and supporting. Shawn is now one of the busiest working bassists in the Lehigh Valley performing solo and with several groups such as Acoustic Bite Trio, The Now, Not For Coltrane, and many more. Shawn continues to teach both electric/acoustic guitar and bass guitar.
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    • Meet Austin Colon
      Guitar Instructor
      Austin has been a musician all his life, starting as a percussionist in elementary school, but it wasn't until he picked up a guitar that music became his life. In High School he was a co-foun...
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      Austin has been a musician all his life, starting as a percussionist in elementary school, but it wasn't until he picked up a guitar that music became his life.

      In High School he was a co-founder of the Brodheadsville band Daveller. While part of Daveller, he played all over the Poconos, Lehigh Valley, and New York. It was during this period that he began writing his own music. He also became obsessed with becoming a professional musician. His influences include Pink Floyd, Rush, The Who, Porcupine Tree, Manchester Orchestra, Brand New, Imogen Heap, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Peter Gabriel, Miles Davis, Bon Iver, and so many more.

      Austin was accepted into Berklee College of Music where he studied as a Guitar principal majoring in Composition, and Music Production. While at Berklee he was part of several ensembles and took part in the Songwriters Club. He also played gigs with many of his classmates from Berklee all around Boston’s Back Bay, Allston, and Brighton neighborhoods. While gigging and studying at Berklee, he taught private lessons to students in Boston for 4 years. Since graduation from Berklee he has moved back to Pennsylvania and has begun work on his own album, as well as written music for several different TV and radio ad campaigns.
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    • Meet Thom Eiser
      Vocals and Keys Instructor
      Thom Eiser was born and raised in the heartland of sunny, rural Indiana. At age two, Thom started taking piano lessons. Sometime during his humble origins in local community musical theatre, he bec...
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      Thom Eiser was born and raised in the heartland of sunny, rural Indiana. At age two, Thom started taking piano lessons. Sometime during his humble origins in local community musical theatre, he became enamored with the poignant romance and high-brow buffoonery that is classical voice. After a short game of "pin-the-tail-on-the-atlas," Thom ended up majoring in vocal performance at Moravian College, where he enjoyed taking part in such disparate ensembles as vocal jazz, Baroque ensemble, improv ensemble, opera ensemble, and somehow still found time to star as Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar during his final year. Well-versed in harmonic theory and borderline obsessive about rhythmic devices, Thom prides himself on his ability to express his passion for music theory as well as performance techniques in a fashion that is infectious to students. He makes an effort to help them better understand what makes their favorite music tick, and introduces them to new music in the hopes of broadening their horizons. In his spare time, Thom can be found hard at work on several songwriting endeavors, ranging from indie-pop to electronic, both solo and in tandem with his wife.
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    • Meet Jenny Founds
      Guitar, Bass, Keys and Vocal Instructor
      enny has been a part of the School of Rock family since 2005. During five years of touring as a School of Rock All-Star under the direction of Paul Green (Founder of School of Rock), she had the pl...
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      enny has been a part of the School of Rock family since 2005. During five years of touring as a School of Rock All-Star under the direction of Paul Green (Founder of School of Rock), she had the pleasure of sharing the stage and collaborating with music legends such as Jon Anderson (Yes), Slash (Guns n’ Roses), Perry Farrell (Jane’s Addiction), John Wetton (King Crimson), Adrian Belew (King Crimson/DavidBowie/Talking Heads), Jeff Skunk Baxter (Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers), Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys), Gibby Haynes (Butthole Surfers), Brendon Small (Metalocalypse/Dethklok), Denny Walley and Napoleon Murphy Brock (Frank Zappa) in over fifteen national and international tours. Since graduating from the program, Jenny has collaborated on over ten albums, including writing/performing/producing/engineering a full length album of original material, while also touring in various bands including the nationally touring project Start Making Sense, a tribute to the Talking Heads. After graduating high school, she began working alongside School of Rock Corporate on the All-Star tours every year as tour manager and assistant music director, while also working on special projects such as the Best of Season shows and destination camps. She recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Marymount Manhattan College with a degree in Musical Theatre Performance after four years of performing in and Music Directing numerous off-Broadway productions while teaching at School of Rock Brooklyn. After years of being involved at School of Rock, as a student, instructor, director, and manager, Jenny has made her way into the Lehigh Valley.
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    • Meet Anthony Newett
      Vocals, Guitar and Keys Instructor
      Anthony began teaching in Philadelphia back in 1986, (yikes... yes, he's been around for a while). In 2002, he was nominated for Grammy® awards in two categories for the music production and perf...
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      Anthony began teaching in Philadelphia back in 1986, (yikes... yes, he's been around for a while). In 2002, he was nominated for Grammy® awards in two categories for the music production and performance for the documentary, "Strut". Since then, Anthony continued to work in radio and television composing music on a national platform. All the while, he NEVER stopped teaching. He believes firmly in the School of Rock philosophy and he's honored to be a part of it! He'll turn you in to a rocker and has 29 years of experience to prove it!
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    • Meet Carlos Plaza
      Drum Instructor
      Carlos Plaza has been playing drums for nearly 20 years. He started at the age of 9 taking lessons at a small music shop in downtown Ottawa, in Ontario Canada. Carlos' teacher was very particular a...
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      Carlos Plaza has been playing drums for nearly 20 years. He started at the age of 9 taking lessons at a small music shop in downtown Ottawa, in Ontario Canada. Carlos' teacher was very particular about him perfecting the basics using just a practice pad before he was allowed to purchase a drum set. This might be why he fell in love with the art of teaching since the basics are the most important. The fundamental principles of drums are concrete and the better you have them the better you get. He is proficient in the Moeller Method for stick grip, heel up and heel down technique for the bass drum and has extensive training with the 40 rudiments.
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    • Meet Mike Roi
      Vocals Instructor
      Mike Roi has been lending his musical talents as a Vocal Instructor to the Easton School of Rock since 2013. He’s lived the life of a musician since he was 16 years old, starting his first band i...
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      Mike Roi has been lending his musical talents as a Vocal Instructor to the Easton School of Rock since 2013. He’s lived the life of a musician since he was 16 years old, starting his first band in high school and a few others since, he’s now the front man of the band Roi and the Secret People also based out of Easton, PA. Before moving to the Lehigh Valley, Mike lived and played the big city music circuit for years: first in South Florida cities like Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, then Philadelphia, then New York City. He has also toured with his bands up and down the Eastern Seaboard and has played solo performances in various cities across Europe and the West Coast. He uses his personal rock and roll experience to teach our students how to project their voices and perform as lead and back-up vocalists onstage. His #1 passion is singing and it shows in his teaching; his specialty is building confidence and teaching students how to charm audiences with their performance.
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    • Meet Jessica Schantzenbach
      Rookies Leader / Vocals and Keys Instructor
      Jessica is our Rookies class teacher in the Allentown and Easton schools. She also teaches vocal lessons and beginner key classes. She has been teaching since she graduated from Kutztown University...
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      Jessica is our Rookies class teacher in the Allentown and Easton schools. She also teaches vocal lessons and beginner key classes. She has been teaching since she graduated from Kutztown University with a B.S. in music education. Jessica is a member of her local church bell choir and a singer in the Lehigh Valley's Concord Chamber Singers. She believes in creating a fun, educational classroom while giving her students a memorable and exciting experience making music.
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    • Meet Travis Thierrin
      Bass, Drum and Keys Instructor/Show Director/House Band Director
      Travis started at the School of Rock as a student in 2008, first at the Chatham (NJ) SoR and then at the Easton SoR, and appeared in over two dozen SoR seasonal shows before graduating. Travis has ...
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      Travis started at the School of Rock as a student in 2008, first at the Chatham (NJ) SoR and then at the Easton SoR, and appeared in over two dozen SoR seasonal shows before graduating. Travis has been playing bass since he was 13. He has experience playing a wide variety of music including metal, classic rock, pop, jazz, funk, blues, and progressive rock. Travis is also a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist that plays electric and upright bass, drums, guitar, and keyboards. He is the bassist and backing vocalist for award-winning original hard rock band, Beyond Eden, and popular local dance/party cover band, Another Lousy Cover Band.

      Travis was nominated “Outstanding Bass Guitar” in the 2013 Lehigh Valley Music Awards. Through various musical projects he has performed at venues such as Musikfest, the Electric Factory, Allentown Symphony Hall, the Sands Bethlehem Event Center, and World Café Live. Travis has an A.F.A. in Music from Raritan Valley Community College and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in music business at Berklee College of Music. Travis currently teaches bass, drums, and guitar at the Easton and Allentown schools. He is also the director of the Bank Street Band (show band for the Easton and Allentown schools), as well as a show director at the both the Allentown and Easton schools.
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    • Meet Justice Thyselius
      Guitar and Bass Instructor/Rookies Instructor
      Justice started at the School of Rock as a student at the Easton School of Rock in 2011, playing a dozen seasonal shows, and later performing with the School's House Band "The Bank Street Band"....
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      Justice started at the School of Rock as a student at the Easton School of Rock in 2011,
      playing a dozen seasonal shows, and later performing with the School's House Band "The Bank Street Band". Justice plays guitar and bass, teaching both at the Easton and Allentown locations.
      Justice is currently pursuing an AFA in Music from Raritan Valley Community College, and
      plays bass for nerd culture cover band Pixelface. Justice's main influences are Jeff Beck,
      Robert Fripp, and Steven Wilson.
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    • Meet Colin Wolf
      Guitar Instructor
      Colin Wolf has been a professional musician for the better part of his career, working in a wide variety of musical genres and collaborating with a diverse group of musicians alike. In 2007, Colin...
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      Colin Wolf has been a professional musician for the better part of his career, working in a wide variety of musical genres and collaborating with a diverse group of musicians alike. In 2007, Colin was accepted as a student at the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the performing arts, where he turned in 4 years of service, and worked with a host of noted Jazz performers such as Kenny Barron, Bucky Pizarelli, Howard Alden, John Stowell, Pat Martino, and Jack Wilkins. He began taking guitar lessons with Tom Kozic in 2009, who influenced him in ways such as being open minded to music of all forms and styles, and learning about music intrinsically. He was accepted to a Julliard Summer workshop in July 2010, and studied there under the tutelage of guitar professor Rodney Jones. From 2011 to 2015, he studied Music performance at Kutztown with such notable professors as Neal Kirkwood, Scott Lee, Henry Alviani, and John Metcalf, all of whom who had a profound influence upon his thinking and mindset in terms of writing, composing, and overall mindset towards the craft. He also served 3 semesters in the Kuztown Jazz I band, performed as a part of their ensemble in 3 tours(including the first international tour of Italy) recorded, performed at the Masterworks Festival Chorus at Carnegie Hall in 2015, and worked with a host of Jazz virtuosi such as Geoff Keezer, Denise Donatelli, Alan Ferber, Robert Baca, John Riley, Gary Versace, Kevin Eubanks, Dave Samuels, and Eric Marienthal.

      Colin has been teaching for 5 years and is an active performer in and around the Lehigh Valley Area, and since his graduation from Kutztown University in May has kept up a busy performing schedule, performing everything from musicals, weddings, hosting jam sessions, and performing in a variety of clubs. He still composes music on the side, and can be found at a venue nearby.
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Promotions

News

    • Enrolling for Fall Show Season!

      Enrolling now for our Fall Show season. In our Easton school we are doing Heart on Mondays, David Bowie on Wednesday, Radiohead on Thursdays and The Beatles After The Beatles on Saturdays. Shows ...
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      Enrolling now for our Fall Show season. In our Easton school we are doing Heart on Mondays, David Bowie on Wednesday, Radiohead on Thursdays and The Beatles After The Beatles on Saturdays. Shows will take place in January.
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    • Rock 101 Is Accepting New Students

      Our Rock 101 group rehearsal runs each Saturday from 11:30 to 1:00. Playing together is THE WAY to get better! Call us to set up a free trial.

    • KeyKids Workshop Enrolling!

      We are introducing a new 8 week workshop called Key Kids for kids in K-3 grades. A weekly 45 minute group keyboard class where kids get to play together in small groups on age appropriate songs. ...
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      We are introducing a new 8 week workshop called Key Kids for kids in K-3 grades. A weekly 45 minute group keyboard class where kids get to play together in small groups on age appropriate songs. For the $200 fee, students get 8 classes and a practice keyboard and book to keep.
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    • Rookies Program for 6-8 Year Olds is Ramping Up!

      Our unique group program for 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders is enrolling new students for our sessions on Fridays from 5pm to 6pm. Contact us for more info and a free trial.

Testimonials

  • “This has been the best decision we could have taken for our son. His grades are amazing at school and his social skills have improved since he started School Of Rock, so I wanted to thank you for that. ”
    — Carolina Z., parent, Easton, PA
  • “I would highly recommend the Easton School of Rock to any parent with a child who wants to learn music. My son started going here about 1 1/2 years ago and loves it. He now plays 2 instruments and sings. He has learned so much, not just about playing an instrument, but also about music theory and stage presence. His confidence has improved and he has made so many new friends that share his interest in music. There is a wonderful environment at the School of Rock. Teamwork and respect are important. They work with students from beginner to advanced and all are given the opportunity to learn and grow. The Easton School of Rock is a great program!”
    — Alison M., parent, Alexandria Twp.
  • “Over a year ago we enrolled our son in the Easton School of Rock, it was one of the best things we could have done for him. This school has given him so many opportunities in the field of music. He is 13 years old and has performed many gigs in front of live audiences with a group of other kids from the school. They work very hard and it shows. They played Musikfest this year with rave reviews from anyone who saw them perform. The teachers and staff have great respect for the kids and parents as well. We are so glad that we enrolled our son in this program and have nothing but good things to say about the school. We will continue to keep our son in this program and watch him grow musically and we would like to thank Easton School of Rock for sharing their love of music with all of us. Long Live Rock.”
    — Judith F., parent, Asbury, NJ
  • “Our son started learning to play the guitar thru the typical weekly lesson style at a local shop when he was 14. While he was definitely learning the basics of playing he wasn't really learning how to play that way. We took him to the open house in March of 2009 at the School of Rock in Easton and signed him up that day. The enthusiasm of the owner Ray, about the program and what it has to offer is really what sold us at first. After our son's first lesson he was sold and he's been a student ever since then. His playing ability has just gone through the roof and he's eager to learn everything he can from his incredible teachers. He has now picked up the bass as well and our youngest son has started drum lessons. The performances are a lot of fun to attend and they get to learn many different styles of playing and become vested musicians due to the entire process. From the owners Ray and Sue to all the teachers and directors you can feel the dedication and love of their crafts. We're so glad to have the SoR for our kids as it's given them a true education in music and performance which will help them grow as people. ”
    — Christy K., parent, Stockertown, PA