Teen Music Lounge

Join us for these upcoming sessions. All Philly teens ages 13 - 17 are welcome. All sessions are FREE with no experience needed and no preregistration required.


Trprkpr is a producer and DJ from Philadelphia focusing on hip-hop and electronic music. He also plays trumpet, keyboard, and drums.  Website

Alyson Massa

Alyson Massa is a graduate student at Temple University studying music education. She has directed, arranged, and composed for several choirs of varying genres including a cappella, jazz, and classical.


Rock to the Future is proud to present our free Teen Music Lounge! This weekly Friday program provides teens ages 13 - 17 with a safe and positive space to learn music, create their own projects, collaborate with other teens, and opportunities for monthly exhibitions. Each month will feature a different guest music teacher and exciting workshops on hip-hop, songwriting, voice and vocal improvisation, recording, digital music and technology, the power of music to make change, and more.

Teen Music Lounge takes place every Friday during the school year from 4 - 6pm at Rock to the Future, 2139 E Cumberland St, Philadelphia, PA 19125. This program is free to attend.

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Do you have music-based skills or knowledge that you'd like to teach aspiring teen musicians? Rock to the Future is looking for teaching artists for monthly sessions at the Teen Music Lounge.

Twice each year, the Teen Music Lounge students will host an open session for teaching artists to present their proposed workshop, and then the students will make the final selection. Teaching artists are paid for their sessions and can apply online through the button below. You will be contacted if your proposal is selected for the selection session.

Upcoming Deadlines:
February 1st to teach during February - June.

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For Teaching Artists

Past Teaching Artists

Drue – experimental hip hop producer website

Shakina the Poet – poet and spoken word artist website

Kathryn Woodard – musician and educator website