School of Rock Lubbock teaches musical lessons virtually - FOX34 Lubbock

School of Rock Lubbock teaches musical lessons virtually

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Kids at home may be getting a little rambunctious, School of Rock Lubbock is keeping kids and adults busy while they learn a new instrument. 

School of Rock Lubbock has taken the student lessons of guitar, drums, bass, keys and vocals and converted them to zoom meetings..

"They still have that same interaction. They're able to have real time conversation with their instructors and be able to see each other and what they're doing on the instrument and talk about everything that they'd normally talk about," School of Rock Lubbock Co-Owner and General Manager Amber Beadles said.

I can be challenging to teach a student how to play an instrument remotely, but instructors are told to make the most with what they have right now.

"Our hope is to keep them encouraged, engaged, and educated during this time and then once we're all able to return to our brick and mortar facility, we can back track and make sure that we correct anything that may have slipped past in the zoom meeting," Beadles said.

Reducing stress, learning patience and perseverance and developing an appreciation for music are all benefits of learning an instrument. Beadles said it's especially important to right now for all ages.

"This is something you can invest in yourself in and use it as a time to really focus on something that will not only benefit you right now, but on down the road as well," Beadles said.

Beadles said there has been a learning curve with the new technology, but overall students are excited to have something that resembles their regular schedule.

"They're excited to be able to continue with the learning through this process," Beadles said.

Enrollment is open and can be done completely remotely. For more information on how to sign up: click here.

 

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