For those traveling from out of town, Rock and Roll Institute can help to assist in making your stay a comfortable one. Boston and Cambridge are some of America’s most beautiful and historic cities, boasting to be the home to some of America’s most iconic sports teams and celebrities, including the Red Sox, New England Patriots, Aerosmith, Matt Damon, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Benjamin Franklin. We encourage you to explore the City as part of your trip to Boston.
We are able to assist in working with individuals and organizations to secure VISA’s to attend the Institute.
Rock and Roll Institute does not provide dormitory accommodations. However, monthly rates are available for under $1,000 per month, and can be found on sites such as airbnb.com and bnbboston.com.
Lunch and a continental breakfast is provided daily, Monday-Friday at the Institute. Cambridge and Boston boast some wonderful restaurants, including the oldest restaurant in America, “The Oyster House”. Restaurants are nearby to the Institute in East Cambridge and in popular Inman or Harvard Square.
Traveling the city is best done by foot or public transportation. Boston/Cambridge have a reliable transportation system with subways/buses. You can visit http://www.mbta.com for schedules. Cab service is conveniently available through services like Uber or Lyft for a lower price than a normal yellow cab.
Enjoying the City
Take time to enjoy Cambridge and Boston. Walk the Freedom Trail. Catch a Red Sox game. Get tickets for a Broadway play. Take a weekend to watch the world famous Boston Pops in Tanglewood. To discover the arts in the city, visit: http://calendar.artsboston.org.
Teaching music is not my main purpose. I want to make good citizens. If children hear fine music from the day of their birth and learn to play it, they develop sensitivity, discipline and endurance. They get a beautiful heart.