MobileMusic Workshops

Rock to the Future is able to provide fully virtual, online music programs for students in your school or organizations! We provide synchronous instruction with our talented and experienced instructors for instrument lessons, digital music production and music composition classes, and choral ensembles. Please fill out the form below, or email us at info [at] rocktothefuture.org.

In order to provide music education for more Philadelphia youth, Rock to the Future is accepting applications from schools and organizations for us to provide MobileMusic workshops during school or program hours.

MobileMusic workshops may be requested to run daily, weekly, monthly, as a summer program, or as a one-time workshop. Payment scales are flexible to accommodate needs. To be considered for a partnership or one time workshop with Rock to the Future, please fill out the form below and Rock to the Future will contact your organization. Please note that Rock to the Future’s current service is limited only to Philadelphia County.

If you have a budget for programming, Rock to the Future will contact you to discuss workshop options and partnership opportunities.

If you are requesting free programming, you will be contact once Rock to the Future receives the funding necessary to expand to additional sites and partners.

Please fill out this form and a Rock to the Future representative will contact you.

Current MobileMusic Partners

Adaire Elementary School
Bodine High School
Conwell Middle School
Hackett Elementary School
North Light Community Center
Penn Treaty School
St. Laurentius School
Sunrise of Philadelphia
Wissahickon Charter School


“I wanted to take the class because i thought it would be interesting to learn how to play an electric guitar. That’s an instrument that most students aren’t able to learn about, let alone play in a classroom setting. It’s been fun so far. I’m looking forward to eventually learning how to play a song.”
– Sarah, 8th grade Conwell Middle School

“I wanted to explore my options as well as learn about other instruments that are out there. It’s been a good experience so far. I’m constantly learning something new. We’re not just learning about how to play, but also how to read and interpret music. I’m glad that i’m able to learn how to play an instrument like this at my school.” – Gabriel, 8th grade Conwell Middle School