Wildomar, CA (May 28, 2009)--Ultrasone has donated its DJ1 and DJ1PRO headphones to Rock & Roll After School, a Pennsylvania-based music school where kids ages 8 to 18 can learn to play, perform and create their own music.
“Part of what makes this job great is being able to help schools like Rock & Roll After School program realize their goal of music advocacy,” commented Paul Taylor, president of Ultrasone Inc. “I couldn’t be more proud to partner with an innovative school like this and look forward to a continued relationship.”
“I am very excited and grateful to Ultrasone for the donation of DJ1 and DJ1PRO headphones to Rock & Roll After School,” said Erin Riley, president, Rock & Roll After School. “Another one of the key differences about Rock & Roll After School is that we offer students the ability to learn DJ techniques. We want the kids to work with the best equipment available, and Ultrasone makes the very best.”
Rock & Roll After School provides instruction in guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, DJ techniques and voice training. Students are taught music theory and musicianship, as well as songwriting and performance, and perform their original works alongside other selections during concerts held throughout the year. Master classes, workshops and special events are designed to enhance each student’s experience and musical endeavors, and to encompass all popular music genres.
Rock & Roll After School