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Aug 08, 2014

Bach to Rock Music School Coming to Mamaroneck

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Bach to Rock, a franchised music school that has programs for students of all ages, will open a location in Mamaroneck in September.

The school is owned by current B2R franchise group Amplified Capital Partners Holdings L.L.C., which opened its first Bach to Rock location in Port Washington, Nassau County, in 2012. Amplified Capital Partners Holdings was founded by entrepreneurs Glenn Fleischman and Alan Goodstadt to develop a chain of Bach to Rock schools in the New York metropolitan area and beyond. At 130 Mamaroneck Ave., the Mamaroneck school is the chain’s first location in Westchester County.

“As our first franchisees, Glenn and Alan have demonstrated a strong commitment to music education and the long-term success of Bach to Rock,” said Brian Gross, president of Bach to Rock, in a company press release. “We’re confident that they will continue to meet the growing demand for personalized and fun music instruction as schools continue to cut budgets for art programs and parents and students seek alternative ways to fill that missing piece in their education.”

Bach to Rock’s school in Mamaroneck, and another new school in Syosset, Nassau County, will offer programs for children and adults, including individual lessons, group classes and early-childhood programs for children as young as 6 months old. Additionally, both locations will offer a program for children with special needs that includes music therapy and adaptive music lessons. Led by a board-certified music therapist, the program aims to help children by using music to improve communication, social interaction and cognitive skills.

With the addition of the Mamaroneck location, Bach to Rock will have 11 schools open and 15 franchised locations in development across the U.S. Fleischman and Goodstadt have an additional three Bach to Rock schools planned to open over the next several years and are targeting additional locations in Westchester and Nassau counties as well as in Fairfield County, Conn.

Read the article on WestFairOnline.