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The Cape Town branch of the world-renowned School of Rock in Claremont is offering all South African teenagers the rare chance for their talent to be seen by American record label executives as part of a worldwide artist search, Center Stage. Since the beginning of this month until Sunday 30 June, singers aged between 13 and 19 can submit a five-minute audition video in hopes of being one of 25 selected individuals to be flown to Los Angeles for an invaluable industry experience. These artists will perform in front of Atlantic Records and Artist Partner Group (APG) executives at a private artist showcase. They will record songs at APG’s studios with professional engineers. Additionally, 100 applicants that show promise as artists will receive a scholarship to a School of Rock camp of their choice.

For more than 20 years, School of Rock has been the leader in performance-based music education, bringing musicians of all ages to some of the most iconic stages in the world.

Leigh Spaun, School of Rock marketing director, says School of Rock prides itself on taking students out of the lesson room and putting them on stage. “South Africa has limited opportunities to expose upcoming musicians, and with this competition, Center Stage gives talented artists the potential to reach their biggest audience yet,” says Spaun.

A School of Rock Claremont student, Ben Reid, previously made it into the brand’s AllStars Tour, which sends the best students from around the world on a tour across the United States.

Vocalists do not need to be School of Rock students in order to participate in Center Stage, however, only students will receive feedback on their submissions to help them continue to grow and develop as musicians. “All you have to do is submit a video of yourself performing and you could stand a chance to set yourself on a path to an international music career,” Spaun says.

V For more information visit www.schoolofrock.com/centerstage

The Cape Town branch of the world-renowned School of Rock in Claremont is offering all South African teenagers the rare chance for their talent to be seen by American record label executives as part of a worldwide artist search, Center Stage.

Since the beginning of this month until Sunday 30 June, singers aged between 13 and 19 can submit a five-minute audition video in hopes of being one of 25 selected individuals to be flown to Los Angeles for an invaluable industry experience.

Artists will perform in front of Atlantic Records and Artist Partner Group (APG) executives at a private artist showcase. They will record songs at APG’s studios with professional engineers.

Additionally, 100 applicants that show promise as artists will receive a scholarship to a School of Rock camp of their choice. For more than 20 years, School of Rock has been the leader in performance-based music education, bringing musicians of all ages to some of the most iconic stages in the world.

Leigh Spaun, School of Rock marketing director, says they prides itself on taking students out of the lesson room and putting them on stage. “South Africa has limited opportunities to expose upcoming musicians, and with this competition, Center Stage gives talented artists the potential to reach their biggest audience yet,” says Spaun.

The artist search programme is open to vocalists living in a country where School of Rock operates.

Vocalists do not need to be School of Rock students in order to participate in Center Stage, however, only students will receive feedback on their submissions. “All you have to do is submit a video of yourself performing and you could stand a chance to set yourself on a path to an international music career,” Spaun says.

V For more information on the Centre Stage programme and how to audition visit www.schoolofrock.com/centerstage

The Cape Town branch of the world-renowned School of Rock in Claremont is offering all South African teenagers the rare chance for their talent to be seen by American record label executives as part of a worldwide artist search, Center Stage.

Since the beginning of this month until Sunday 30 June, singers aged between 13 and 19 can submit a five-minute audition video in hopes of being one of 25 selected individuals to be flown to Los Angeles for an invaluable industry experience.

Artists will perform in front of Atlantic Records and Artist Partner Group (APG) executives at a private artist showcase. They will record songs at APG’s studios with professional engineers.

Additionally, 100 applicants that show promise as artists will receive a scholarship to a School of Rock camp of their choice. For more than 20 years, School of Rock has been the leader in performance-based music education, bringing musicians of all ages to some of the most iconic stages in the world.

Leigh Spaun, School of Rock marketing director, says they prides itself on taking students out of the lesson room and putting them on stage. “South Africa has limited opportunities to expose upcoming musicians, and with this competition, Center Stage gives talented artists the potential to reach their biggest audience yet,” says Spaun.

The artist search programme is open to vocalists living in a country where School of Rock operates.

Vocalists do not need to be School of Rock students in order to participate in Center Stage, however, only students will receive feedback on their submissions. “All you have to do is submit a video of yourself performing and you could stand a chance to set yourself on a path to an international music career,” Spaun says.

V For more information on the Centre Stage programme and how to audition visit www.schoolofrock.com/centerstage

The Cape Town branch of the world-renowned School of Rock in Claremont is offering all South African teenagers the rare chance for their talent to be seen by American record label executives as part of a worldwide artist search, Center Stage.

Since the beginning of this month until Sunday 30 June, singers aged between 13 and 19 can submit a five-minute audition video in hopes of being one of 25 selected individuals to be flown to Los Angeles for an invaluable industry experience.

These artists will perform in front of Atlantic Records and Artist Partner Group (APG) executives at a private artist showcase. They will record songs at APG’s studios with professional engineers. Additionally, 100 applicants that show promise as artists will receive a scholarship to a School of Rock camp of their choice.

For more than 20 years, School of Rock has been the leader in performance-based music education, bringing musicians of all ages to some of the most iconic stages in the world.

Leigh Spaun, School of Rock marketing director, says School of Rock prides itself on taking students out of the lesson room and putting them on stage. “South Africa has limited opportunities to expose upcoming musicians, and with this competition, Center Stage gives talented artists the potential to reach their biggest audience yet,” says Spaun.

A School of Rock Claremont student, Ben Reid, previously made it into the brand’s AllStars Tour, which sends the best students from around the world on a tour across the United States.

The artist search programme is open to vocalists living in a country where School of Rock operates. Vocalists do not need to be School of Rock students in order to participate in Center Stage, however, only students will receive feedback on their submissions to help them continue to grow and develop as musicians. “All you have to do is submit a video of yourself performing and you could stand a chance to set yourself on a path to an international music career,” Spaun says.

V For more information on the Centre Stage programme and how to audition visit www.schoolofrock.com/centerstage

The Cape Town branch of the world-renowned School of Rock in Claremont is offering all South African teenagers the rare chance for their talent to be seen by American record label executives as part of a worldwide artist search, Center Stage. Since the beginning of this month until Sunday 30 June, singers aged between 13 and 19 can submit a five-minute audition video in hopes of being one of 25 selected individuals to be flown to Los Angeles for an invaluable industry experience. These artists will perform in front of Atlantic Records and Artist Partner Group (APG) executives at a private artist showcase. They will record songs at APG’s studios with professional engineers. Additionally, 100 applicants that show promise as artists will receive a scholarship to a School of Rock camp of their choice.

For more than 20 years, School of Rock has been the leader in performance-based music education, bringing musicians of all ages to some of the most iconic stages in the world.

Leigh Spaun, School of Rock marketing director, says School of Rock prides itself on taking students out of the lesson room and putting them on stage. “South Africa has limited opportunities to expose upcoming musicians, and with this competition, Center Stage gives talented artists the potential to reach their biggest audience yet,” says Spaun.

A School of Rock Claremont student, Ben Reid, previously made it into the brand’s AllStars Tour, which sends the best students from around the world on a tour across the United States.

Vocalists do not need to be School of Rock students in order to participate in Center Stage, however, only students will receive feedback on their submissions to help them continue to grow and develop as musicians. “All you have to do is submit a video of yourself performing and you could stand a chance to set yourself on a path to an international music career,” Spaun says.

V For more information visit www.schoolofrock.com/centerstage

The Cape Town branch of the world-renowned School of Rock in Claremont is offering all South African teenagers the rare chance for their talent to be seen by American record label executives as part of a worldwide artist search, Center Stage.

Since the beginning of this month until Sunday 30 June, singers aged between 13 and 19 can submit a five-minute audition video in hopes of being one of 25 selected individuals to be flown to Los Angeles for an invaluable industry experience.

These artists will perform in front of Atlantic Records and Artist Partner Group (APG) executives at a private artist showcase. They will record songs at APG’s studios with professional engineers. Additionally, 100 applicants that show promise as artists will receive a scholarship to a School of Rock camp of their choice.

For more than 20 years, School of Rock has been the leader in performance-based music education, bringing musicians of all ages to some of the most iconic stages in the world.

Leigh Spaun, School of Rock marketing director, says School of Rock prides itself on taking students out of the lesson room and putting them on stage. “South Africa has limited opportunities to expose upcoming musicians, and with this competition, Center Stage gives talented artists the potential to reach their biggest audience yet,” says Spaun.

A School of Rock Claremont student, Ben Reid, previously made it into the brand’s AllStars Tour, which sends the best students from around the world on a tour across the United States.

The artist search programme is open to vocalists living in a country where School of Rock operates, including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Peru, South Africa, Australia, and the Philippines. Vocalists do not need to be School of Rock students in order to participate in Center Stage, however, only students will receive feedback on their submissions to help them continue to grow and develop as musicians.

“All you have to do is submit a video of yourself performing and you could stand a chance to set yourself on a path to an international music career,” Spaun says.

V For more information on the Centre Stage programme and how to audition visit www.schoolofrock.com/centerstage

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