IN THE PRESS
Doylestown School of Rock is offering unique, remote and in person, music lesson opportunities this fall! School of Rock’s unique approach to music instruction with it’s performance based method has been helping students become musicians in our community for over 10 years. Now, during these unique circumstances and with the health and safety of our students as our top priority, we are offering online, one-on-one music lessons through our Remote Program in addition to in person lessons for select instruments. Our instructors use a revolutionary educational approach to provide a comprehensive learning experience that is fun, safe and results in strong musicianship.
Like all of you, we have been closely following reports of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the recommendations of health officials, our governor, and the CDC. Governor Wolf has enacted significant social distancing in Bucks County, asking residents to refrain from non-essential travel and to stay home as much as possible. In order to support these changes, we will be initiating virtual instruction for all 1:1 music lessons beginning Wednesday, March 18th. This decision was not made lightly, but we believe that this is the appropriate action to protect our students, families, and the well-being of our community. We hope to resume our regular programming soon. Thank you all for your continued support. ~ JP, Marissa, Dante, and the rest of the SOR Doylestown Team For additional updates, please continue to check your emails and Basecamp.
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