Rock Band Summer Program Open to Haverhill Youth

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Haverhill high school and middle school students can form a rock ‘n’ roll band this summer through the Access 21 Rock Band Summer Program. (File photograph)

Haverhill students, do you want to rock ‘n’ roll this summer?

Haverhill middle and high school rockers can get the complete rock ‘n’ roll experience through the Access 21 Rock Band Summer Program at the Nettle Middle School starting this July.

Students will choose their own song, form and promote a band and perform in a live show. Rock Band is open to all Haverhill middle and high school students and includes guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, horns and vocals.

Bring your instrument and your passion and join director Dean Tsioropoulos, professional musician, Haverhill High School band director and Deangelis Studios instructor for a four week session, Monday – Thursday, July 9 – August 3.

A live concert will be held at Haverhill High School Saturday, Aug. 3 and video of the show will be posted on Youtube and facebook.

The fee, which includes transportation within Haverhill, is $120 or $60 for students recieving free or reduced lunch and a limited number of scholarships are available by calling the Access 21 office at 978-420-1954.

For more information, email de[email protected] or [email protected].

Information is also available on facebook by typing access 21 rock band or discovery club access 21 into the search bar.