School of Rock Denver provides both in-person and online music lessons for students of all ages. Our programs, camps and workshops for toddlers, kids, teens and adults make learning to play music fun and create great communities of musicians. School of Rock is the leader in performance-based music education. We combine one-on-one drum, bass, keyboard, vocal, and guitar lessons with group practices. Students learn to play music from day one and put on live performances at local venues. Our experienced instructors are local musicians themselves who combine the performance-based School of Rock Method and programs with individual music lessons to get results for your student.
- Music lessons
- Voice lessons
- Guitar lessons
- Drum lessons
- Bass lessons
- Piano lessons
- Keyboard lessons
- Music camps
Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for School of Rock?
A The phone number for School of Rock is: (720) 221-6991.
Q Where is School of Rock located?
A School of Rock is located at 560 S Holly St #15, Denver, Colorado 80246
Q What is the internet address for School of Rock?
A The website (URL) for School of Rock is: https://www.schoolofrock.com/locations/denver
Q How big is School of Rock?
A School of Rock employs approximately 20+ people.
Q What days are School of Rock open?
A School of Rock is open:
Tuesday: 3:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday: 3:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Thursday: 3:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Friday: 3:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Monday: 3:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Q How is School of Rock rated?
A School of Rock has a 4.8 Star Rating from 59 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
School of Rock
Overall Rating( 59 Reviews )
Christopher Ryan on Google
School of Rock Denver is in a word amazing! Our son is a student there and loves the instructors and the programs. We have been extremely pleased with all aspects of his experience there and have watched him grow and excel in his musical abilities.
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Had a negative experience when trying to pause my membership. School of Rock continued charging my card after I had a phone call with Jim, the owner, in late August, and explained that I wanted to pause my membership.
Two months later, I checked my credit card statement, and found that I was still getting charged monthly for lessons that I was no longer taking. I called and talked to Jim, and was initially told that it was a software issue, and that the school audits its software every month to make sure that nobody with a paused membership is getting erroneously charged. I asked why the audit had failed to catch my paused membership account being charged, and was then told by Jim that there was no note of my membership status ever having been changed to paused.
Jim asked how I had gone about pausing my membership. I had to explain to him that I had asked to pause it on a phone call with HIM two months prior. He said that he didn't remember the call, and said that I should have sent a written request to pause my membership as well. I was frustrated to hear from the exact person that I had asked to pause my membership, who had assured me on our August phone call that it would be paused, that it was my lack of a written request that was responsible for the school's failure to pause my membership.
It stretches my belief that the school would fail to reach out to me as they kept charging my card month after month as I no-showed for the lessons that I had believed were paused. I missed a lesson when attending the school before pausing my membership, and received a phone call that night to check on my absence. The idea that I could no-show for five consecutive weeks, as they continued to charge my card for those lessons, without receiving a single call from School of Rock, is hard for me to interpret as an innocent mistake.
I was refunded. However, when I called and asked why I had been charged $400 for lessons I hadn't taken, I didn't feel that Jim's initial response was apologetic in any way. Just an "oh, we'll refund it." No apology until I communicated how unhappy I was over the bogus charges.
If I had not checked my credit card statement, I wouldn't have known I was being charged, and SoR would have continued to siphon hundreds of dollars from me each month. I did not get an apology from the owner regarding his failure to process my pause membership request in our initial phone call. I would warn anyone who thinks they've paused their membership to double check their credit card statements, and to put their pause of membership in writing.
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