During COVID-19, all Rock to the Future is keeping kids and teens connected and creating with online music classes. All in-person programs are currently on hiatus. Register for our online classes below.
Rock to the Future is now providing online programs! Our new virtual programs keep youth connected, creative, and engaged from home and are available for grades 3 – 12. Students 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. A final showcase in December will celebrate students talents, creations, and achievements.
Need help with registering or have questions?
Contact our Youth and Family Coordinator Juliana at 215-302-9633 x720 or Juliana (at) RocktotheFuture.org.
Rock to the Future provides exciting in-school, after school, and summer programming.
- No cost for Philadelphia children and teens
- Enroll in programs for grades 3 - 12
- We provide the instruments and supplies (students usually get to keep an instrument too!)
- No auditions - beginners welcome
- Some programs include academic help, meals, and transportation
Learn more about our programs below or see current open programs you can register for online.
Interested in offering Rock to the Future's innovative and exciting music programs at your school, community center, or organization? Learn more and contact us.
Rock to the Future keeps youth connected, creating, and collaborating online! Our virtual music instruction and live streams are made for all levels and some don’t require any experience or instrument ownership.
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MUSICORE AFTER SCHOOL
MusiCore combines exciting music workshops, instrument instruction, and live performance with academic tutoring, mentoring, and college / trade school support. Locations in Northwest Phila for grades 3 – 6 and North Phila for grades 6 – 12.
Over the course of the week, day campers will learn to play guitar, drums, bass, or piano, form a band, write original music, and attend creative workshops. Camp ends with final performance showcasing what campers have worked on. Both camps are co-ed and no experience is necessary; grades 2 – 7 or 7 – 12. Camps take place at Kensington High School.
Rock to the Future provides music classes and workshops for numerous partners including Philadelphia public, charter, and parochial schools plus community organizations. Programs are available for grades 1 – 12. See more details and contact us below.