Digicel presents "Orange Sky's School of Rock T&T 2011"

School of Rock

Approximately fifty young aspiring musicians from around the country are preparing to experience the second semester of "Orange Sky's School of Rock T&T" sponsored by Digicel. This exciting, educational and entertaining 'Summer Camp' and television series will begin airing on CCN TV6 from July 9 with new episodes coming every Sunday night at 8 pm. Multimedia outfit, Overtime Media Limited will produce this second season of the School of Rock and premiere each new episode online at www.overtimett.com every Saturday night at 8 pm.

Orange Sky's School of Rock T&T 2011 is intended to help young people be the best musicians they could possibly be through intensive training in guitar, bass, drums and vocals. Tutors include vocalists Nigel Rojas of Orange Sky and Michelle Xavier of Imij and Company, guitarists Joey Ng Wai of Imij & Company and Kiwan Landreth Smith of Kin, 3 Canal and Fever Dog, keyboardists Richard Hall of Orange Sky and Mark Thavenot of Kees, Skid Neveley and Orange Sky, drummers Nicholai Assam of Burn, Vox Dieus and Candy Clouds and bassists Nicholas Rojas and Aaron Ramkalawan both of Orange Sky.

The program will also allow students to foster healthy social interactions by developing their confidence, team building skills and leadership qualities. The Trinidad and Tobago Entertainment Company is very pleased to be associated with this venture for a second time since it is hoped that this Rock and Roll Boot Camp will not only have immediate training benefits but far reaching intangible ones. The future of this nation depends on our children and by facilitating an experience that will teach the value of team work, respect for one another and tolerance, T&T Entertainment is actively contributing to a more caring and loving society

Students will spend three weeks at MovieTowne, Port of Spain before moving to the National Academy for the Performing Arts for the remainder of the semester. A number of popular local artistes and acts will be visiting the camp each week to interact with and mentor the students.

For more information on Orange Sky’s School of Rock, please visit www.schoolofrocktnt.com or www.overtimett.com and stay logged on to www.ttentonline.com for further entertainment updates and industry developments.

article posted by:Dionne Mc Nicol-Stephenson, Trinidad & Tobago Entertainment Company Limited