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Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul are embarking on landmark live tour, and teachers are invited to join the fun - for FREE!

Each stop on the Teacher Appreciation Tour features a professional development session during which the Rock and Roll Forever Foundation team will present the exciting arts integration possibilities of the TeachRock curriculum. Educators are encouraged to bring a friend or students to the free professional development session—anyone who attends will receive a complimentary ticket to that evening's show! Register below to reserve your spots now!

IT'S SIMPLE!

  • Sign up below for the show you’d like to attend
  • Come to the TeachRock preshow workshop with a guest, then
  • Get your ticket and rock!

The curriculum (and the ticket to the show) are free to teachers. The Rock and Roll Forever Foundation never charges for our lesson plans, and we won't be asking for donations. We just want to share our engaging curriculum with you – the educators who will bring it to life. We have a limited number of tickets for each show so sign up today!

Thank you, teachers, for everything that you do. We look forward to seeing you soon!

"Music will forever be humanity’s most effective and consistent source of inspiration and motivation, and, we have learned, music turns out to be our most solid common ground for establishing communication between teachers and students which is where education begins."

Friday July 6, 2018
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Amsterdamse Bos

Doors — 6:00 PM // Show — 7:00 PM

TeachRock Professional Development Session
Location — Amsterdase Bostheater
7 De Duizendmeterweg Amstelveen, NH 1182 DC NL 3
Time — 5:15 — 6:00 PM

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Teacher Feedback On the Tour Workshops

"I thought this was one of the best workshops that I have attended as a teacher. I was extremely impressed with the curriculum materials that you have created. I have been trained in curriculum development, and I am not always impressed with curriculum materials created by outside organizations. But these lessons were very high level, and it is obvious that you have put a lot of thought into how to connect with students. Thank you for the workshop, the 2nd row seats, and most importantly, your respect for the teaching profession. It is not often these days that teachers feel honored the way that we did last night by both the TeachRock organization and by Steven Van Zandt. It really was an incredible afternoon/night that has me feeling excited and rejuvenated (which was very much needed)."
Karen O.

"Thank you so much for the incredible conference and concert. I've long wished to intensify the use of music in my curriculum and this program seems to be an almost perfect solution. I've admired the thoroughness for each lesson topic, and appreciate the work to make each lesson as "teacher-friendly" as possible. I've already shared TeachRock with my English and History colleagues and am anxious to employ it in the classroom myself. It's obvious this program was developed with great care and detail."
Tom P.

"I came to school this morning excited to put many of the ideas into practice. (even if I am a little tired from a great show last night!)"
Anonymous teacher

"I want to recognize your devoted Rock & Roll Forever Foundation team who exceeded my expectations as an education professional. The entire experience was top shelf. Between the deep dive into the TeachRock content and the two and one half hour soul revue by your band, I have memories that will last a lifetime. It is very exciting to share the common bond of furthering rock music education."
Edward J.