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Spirit of rock empowers young musicians

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Elliott Dombrowski, 13, of Bolingbrook puts in some guitar practice at the School of Rock in Naperville.

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Justin Walsh, 15, of Naperville gets a few tips from instructor Danni Schaper, right, at the School of Rock in Naperville.

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Jacob Deutschman, 8, of Plainfield rehearses a number at the School of Rock in Naperville.

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Instructor Adam Krier helps a young band rehearse for a show at the School of Rock in Naperville.

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Naperville School of Rock students perform at Lincoln Hall in Chicago as part of the live performance curriculum.

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Aside from ongoing lessons for beginners and beyond in guitar, keyboards and percussion, School of Rock offers camps that focus on a particular genre or artist. Funk and Reggae, The Beatles, and Punk are a few of focuses taught over an abbreviated time; from a seven-hour Saturday to a full week ending in a performance.
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    • Elliott Dombrowski, 13, of Bolingbrook puts in some guitar practice at the School of Rock in Naperville.
    • Justin Walsh, 15, of Naperville gets a few tips from instructor Danni Schaper, right, at the School of Rock in Naperville.
    • Jacob Deutschman, 8, of Plainfield rehearses a number at the School of Rock in Naperville.
    • Instructor Adam Krier helps a young band rehearse for a show at the School of Rock in Naperville.
    • Naperville School of Rock students perform at Lincoln Hall in Chicago as part of the live performance curriculum.
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