We make learning music fun for everyone!
WHAT WE DO
We have a unique approach to music delivery, using a unique blend of social enterprise & “pay it forward ideology” to bring people together from all walks of life and abilities. We aren’t just a studio, we are a learning centre, teaching skills such as music, arts, team work, communication and problem solving skills. We encourage and teach citizen skills, community action and volunteering.We deliver bespoke music workshops and sessions to everybody, regardless of age, gender, disabilities and ethnicity To find a comprehensive list of our sessions click HERE
- To provide an environment to enthuse and engage young adults to develop their knowledge in music.
- To motivate & challenge young adults, using music as a learning tool.
- To work in partnership with other likeminded organizations.
- To Specifically target NEET, young adults with learning disabilities to help build skills, aspirations and tackle worklessness.
- To break down barriers & tackle prejudice of race, colour, creed, religious beliefs & sexual orientation.
- We use the universal language of music to break these barriers down.
- To help promote community cohesion and help build on Bradford’s capacity of a peaceful multi-cultural city.
Certa Accredited Qualifications.
From July 2019, School of Rock and Media started a pilot shceme to run Certa Accredited Qualifications in Audio and Sound Production, Personal Development and DJing Skills. In the first 9 month, more than 15 students have graudated with new qualifications. This number is growing, as we develop more subjects, and increase our prospectus.LEARN MORE
OUR AWESOME TEAM
Our TeamAs our company grows larger, so does our amazing team. Here is a brief overview of all our members. If you would like more detailed info please CLICK HERE
Bassist for world touring bands for over 26 years. Qualificatied in Youth Work. Experience in Human Resources though Citation.
26 years experience of working with adults with learning disabilities. She has Qualifications in Health & Social Care.
Duane ‘Dubz’ Levy
Music signed to various labels, specialising in Urban electronic music. Over 5 years experience working as a family support worker.
Andrew works doing sound for feature films and tv. He has a 1st class degree in music, and runs music production, recording sessions and festivals for SORM Studios
Proffessional drummer, playing on over 30 albums, recorded in a multitude of studios. Leigh runs all the Certa Accridited courses
Youth Arts Worker
Rebecca is a visual and multi-media artist, qualiﬁed in Fine Art and Youth and Community Development. Experience in music; singing, performing and song writing.
Degree in Music Production and Performance. Sound Engineer and Music Producer / Session player. Guitar tutor in various syles.
Stephen Ó Máille
Stephen has over 25 years as a musician, playing bass and guitar. He runs workshops repair and mentanance for studio equipment.
Dorian ‘Dorzi’ Smith
Usually, you’ll find Kate in theatre full as a producer, director, actor & vocalist (including touring internationally with an ABBA Tribute Show)
Kate has come on board to help get information out to students and staff about Coronavirus (and doing anything else she can turn her hand to whilst we’re all on Lockdown)
Drum Teacher, Roadie
Also known as ‘The Beast’ because of his heavy drumming and sheer strength. He has played in UK touring bands for years. He works as a drum teacher and roadies for festivals around the UK.
Jack, has been drumming for over 13 years. He has level 1 and 2 Diploma in music. While working at SORM, Jack has been trained in anaphylactic shocks, mental capacity training, and safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.