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Check Out What's Happening In October At School Of Rock - Hinsdale

OCTOBER 2020 NEWSLETTER

OCTOBER TUITION SALE

Now is a great time to join School of Rock for either in-person or online lessons! Enroll by October 31st to receive $100 off your first month’s tuition for new customers. Current customers also receive $100 off when they refer a new student!

Do you know someone who would love School of Rock? Help us spread the word!

SOR HINSDALE CELEBRATES HALLOWEEN!

We love Halloween here at SOR Hinsdale! Below you will find a list of our fun activities this month!

CONGRATS ON A GREAT SUMMER SHOW!

Congrats to all of our Performance Program students for a wonderful summer performance at The Jam Lab! This season was like none other, and we are so proud of the work you have done during this difficult time. We appreciate everyone who was able to attend in-person and all of those who attended via Facebook Live. we had over 2,000 views! The show will be available on our Facebook page for a limited time. Check it out today!

As a remind, all wrap parties will be held remotely this week, and we will be kicking off our new season with virtual launch parties beginning this Saturday (10/17)!

FREE SHIPPING THROUGH DECEMBER

Represent SOR Hinsdale in style! Our gear is the perfect gift for that special rocker in your life. Check out all of our new merch by clicking the button below!

CLICK HERE FOR SOR MERCH!

WELCOME TO THE SOR FAMILY!!!

This past week was a busy week here at SOR HInsdale. Both our Music Director Dan Beasley and our Owner Anne Schovain welcomed beautiful new additions to their families! Andrew Soren Beasley (10/6/2020) and Kitty Denise Schovain (10/10/2020) made their big debuts this week. Mommas and Poppas are doing great, and we couldn’t be happier for the both of you!

LITTLE WING AND ROOKIES CLASSES AVAILABLE NOW!!!!

Weekly Rookies & Little Wing Classes Available

Rookies
Little Wing
Tuesdays @ 4:00 PM
Tuesdays @ 4:30 PM (Remote)
Tuesdays @ 5:00 PM
Wednesdays @ 3:45 PM
Fridays @ 4:00 PM
Thursdays @ 5:30 PM (Remote)
Fridays @ 5:00 PM
Fridays @ 4:00 PM
Saturdays @ 9:45 AM
Saturdays @ 11:15 AM

WELCOME NEW INSTRUCTORS

CAM BRODERICK

Cam Broderick is a singer/dancer/actor born and raised in Chicagoland. Growing up in a musical family, Cam has been singing backup and playing the saxophone at his dad's performances since he was 9 years old, while also participating in band, choir, theatre, and dance at school. At 15, Cam began arranging music and creating choreography for Niles West High School's A Capella groups, while producing demos and samples from home. Recently, Cam has performed in the musicals "Annie Get Your Gun," and "9 to 5" at the Wilmette Center for the Performing Arts. He has also been studying commercial dance under Yanis Marshall and Middle Eastern Folk Dance with Surayah Al Muddaris and Vanessa Oliveira. In his spare time, Cam cares for rescue animals- including his three pitbulls- and performs at private parties and events.

CHUCK WILSON

Born and raised in the Chicagoland area, Chuck has been playing the guitar since he was ten years old and his connection to music and the guitar has grown steadily ever since. Playing in bands throughout high school and college with a steady schedule of gigging the Illinois-Indiana area, music has become a mainstay in his life. After graduating with a degree in Sociology from Indiana University, Chuck moved back to the Chicago area to pursue a career in music and has since re-enrolled in college to pursue an Associates degree in Music. He hopes to continue his musical education, both formally and informally, down the road. Currently, in Lost Pyramids, a local jam band that gigs around and works in the studio, Chuck spends his time both writing and recording music, as well as practicing the guitar. Heavily influenced by bands such as the Grateful Dead, he is always looking to further his musical repertoire and share his love of music.

COVID-19 POLICY

The general rule is that after a vacation, which includes commercial travel such as airplane, train, etc, upon return the student must:

Stay home and operate remotely for 14 days OR Stay home for 7 days operating remotely, and then test negative with a COVID test.

Exceptions: If there is no public/commercial travel, AND the family is traveling only with their immediate family who they reside with, AND they are staying in a private residence.

Please note there are no exceptions for students who are travelling to states included in the Chicago Travel Ordinance. These states include:

Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas.