A Summer School Organised by Hard Rock Café and Inspire Foundation

This summer, Hard Rock Cafe Malta and Inspire Foundation have collaborated to give children a unique musical experience.

For children, summer is typically associated with fun times. Besides providing their children with a well-deserved break, parents are always keen to add some educational fun.

This year, the Inspire Summer School, which caters for children of different abilities, has teamed up with Hard Rock Cafe Malta, to provide children with a unique summer experience.

Children attending the summer school will be treated to weekly music sessions with a difference since they will involve the participation of local celebrities.

“The idea is to expose children to music in a way that will leave an impact. Inspire`s summer school embraces children of different abilities and this fits perfectly with Hard Rock`s motto – LOVE ALL SERVE ALL, ALL IS ONE” said Adolf Vella, Marketing Manager for Hard Rock Cafe Malta. “A special thanks goes to all musicians for taking the time for this notwithstanding their busy schedules.”

The first local celebrity will be Ryan Abela, drummer for Sempliciment tat-Triq & For Strings Inn, followed by Errol of Airport Impressions and Claudia Faniello. Other musicians who have confirmed their participation throughout the summer are Mikaela Attard, Pawlu Borg Bonaci, Wayne Camilleri, Gianni Zammit and Ivan Grech of Winter Moods.

“Children are our future, and I dare not imagine a future without good music, so when I was approached and asked to participate, I took it on immediately. I’m sure that I will get as much satisfaction as the children will have fun,” said Ryan Abela.

Later on this year, Hard Rock will also be holding a Hard Rock Collectors’ event during which an auction will be held and a specific Hard Rock pin will be launched. Proceeds from the sales will be given to Inspire Foundation.

“Inspire is all about inclusion,” explained Nathan Farrugia, Inspire’s CEO, “and we all know that music has the power to bring people together. Music harmonises differences, it makes interaction feel natural and easy, so this initiative sits seamlessly with what Inspire stands for and we couldn’t be more grateful to the participating musicians and Hard Rock Café.”