Bach to Rock Music School Announces 2021 Highlights
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Bach to Rock Music School Announces 2021 Highlights

February 09, 2022 // // Bethesda, MD - Bach to Rock, America’s music school for students of all ages, experienced strong growth in 2021 despite pandemic instabilities and is trending toward a robust 2022. The Bach to Rock system closed 2021 with a 33 percent increase in revenues over 2020, totaling over $22 million in revenue. Bach to Rock’s outreach to students and families in 2021 is particularly noteworthy. The brand taught over 23,000 students throughout its network of forty-nine schools, which is an average of 480 students per school. Over 500,000 lessons were given, which is a 34 percent increase over 2020. Additional 2021 highlights include: the opening of five new franchised schools; pivoting to virtual learning since the start of the pandemic (now offering both in-person and online classes to meet families’ needs); and hosting its First Annual National Franchisee Conference.

In January 2022, Bach to Rock experienced a 42 percent increase in revenues versus January 2021, which is a positive indicator for future annual performance.

“Our franchisees have demonstrated unparalleled persistence and resilience over the past year, and thanks to their efforts, Bach to Rock continues to be a financially sound business opportunity with exciting potential,” said Brian Gross, president of Bach to Rock. “I am so proud of our performance in 2021. Reaching nearly 500 students per school is a testament to our innovative curriculum and how attractive it is to parents and students,” continued Gross. 

Bach to Rock First National Annual Franchisee Conference Encapsulates 2021
Bach to Rock’s First Annual Franchisee Conference, held in Nashville last November, united franchisees from the entire Bach to Rock school network. The two-day conference featured presentations by: Bach to Rock’s Brian Gross; Sandy Gennaro, drummer for artists including Cyndi Lauper and Joan Jett; and Kevin Scharnek, Area Developer and multi-unit operator of Orange Theory Fitness. Owners had the opportunity to meet in person, share experiences and build a stronger sense of community. “The National Conference is just one example of how closely we work with our franchisees. It reinvigorated everyone in the B2R family and fostered a sense of togetherness that many bigger companies just can’t provide,” said Ralph Rillon, Bach to Rock vice-president of franchise development and sales. Bach to Rock is dedicated to building one-on-one relationships, providing hands-on training, and facilitating franchisee success every step of the way. “Our service to franchisees is one of our greatest strengths,” continued Rillon. As part of its commitment to franchisees, Bach to Rock is developing a series of profiles highlighting outstanding owners who will share their experiences as inspiration.

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