Info@RocktotheFuture.org | 215-302-9633 | Mailing Address: 1201 North 3rd St. #283 Philadelphia, PA 19122
Rock to the Future provides student-driven music programs in a safe and supportive environment at no cost for Philadelphia youth. We believe in the power of music to improve lives, and we help our students unlock their fullest potential through the benefits of learning music. We prepare the next generation for every stage!
MUSIC FOR ALL DIGITAL BALL
April 21 and 23
Tickets are free, donations are welcomed
Join Rock to the Future for two virtual events to celebrate the benefits and joys of music education. Celebrate the power of music education at the Music for All Ball, a 3 day virtual event to support Rock to the Future. Donate to help us unlock a $5,000 matching donation, courtesy of MOR Wealth Management!
All programs are currently 100% virtual during COVID 19. Register for Our Virtual Classes!
Rock to the Future is now providing online programs! Our new virtual programs keep youth connected, creative, and engaged from home. Students in grades 3-12 will be given an instrument and all supplies needed to join, no experience is necessary, there is no cost, and we can provide assistance with technology training and needs.
One-on-one academic, mentoring, and music support is now also available Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3 - 6pm for grades 1 - 12. Sign up for an upcoming Orientation Session through our sign up button below or learn more.
Rock to the Future is now accepting a limited number of youth from the surrounding Philadelphia counties (Delaware, Montgomery, Chester, Camden) who can benefit from our virtual music and youth development programming!
LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP
Having trouble signing up? This Youtube video walks you through the registration process. You can contact Juliana@RocktotheFuture.org or 215-302-9633 x720 for help registering.
CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES AND UPDATES
Updates from Rock to the Future about our programs, plus resources to help Philadelphia families find help with things like groceries, learning from home, and mental health.