Author: Stephanie House

As part of our mission to empower as many children as possible through music, the Rocksteady foundation days continue to grow in importance and this academic year has seen our initial pilot workshop day at Chestnut Tree House blossom into an ongoing working partnership. There are approximately 1,000 families with life-limited children in Sussex. Ch
Wednesday 18, 2017

Author: Stephanie House

  On September 10th Rocksteady Music School were fortunate enough to be able to host a series of workshops throughout the final day of Guildford’s Always The Sun festival in Stoke Park. We were on the search for people between the ages of 4 and 100 to get up on stage and join in the fun of our workshops! During our three workshops
Monday 02, 2017

Author: Stephanie House

The first Heavy Music Awards were held on 24th August 2017 in the vaulted archways of London’s House of Vans, just below Waterloo station. Rocksteady were proud to be in attendance as one of the official supporters of the event. The evening started off with live music from the Alt Punk 4-piece band “Dead!” whose very catchy tracks, includin
Wednesday 27, 2017

Author: Richard Bushby

Taking The Next Step into Song Writing Playing in your own rock and pop band is a creative as well as musical experience.  Our Band Leaders will often share band’s who’ve created their own band posters to promote their forthcoming end of term concert or when bands add unique rhythms and melodies into the songs their practising in their week
Tuesday 28, 2017

Author: Richard Bushby

If your child got a letter home from one of our workshops recently and you’re undecided on if Rocksteady is for you, let us take a few moments to answer some commonly asked questions that may be on your mind. Does my child need prior experience? Absolutely not. Our unique teaching methods allow children of all abilities to rock out togeth
Tuesday 21, 2017

Author: Richard Bushby

A quick-start guide to choosing the right electric instrument for your budding rockstar! Your child joining their own rock band is an exciting time. Music is a wonderful way for children to express themselves and develop their confidence. Learning an instrument helps co-ordination skills and being in a band certainly develops social skills, f
Wednesday 25, 2017