Bach to Rock Franchise Reviews
Investors are attracted to our music franchises by income potential, benefit to community
“I like to invest in franchises that value the consumer. Bach to Rock falls into this category because it’s helping take care of kids with the highest-quality music education. With Bach to Rock, you’re doing something that adds value to a community — whether it’s for musicians, children or teachers. I know it’s growing fast because the leadership is fantastic — just excellent.
“CIG has put some real money behind Bach to Rock. The reality is that they have got tools and resources that more mature franchises sometimes would not. Bach to Rock is doing a great job. I’m very excited to be a part of the growth.”
— Wayne and Sue Chattaway, new franchisees in Jacksonville Beach, Florida
“Bach to Rock creates structure around a fragmented industry. I think there is a lot of potential for growth if it’s done well. My positive impression of the franchise comes from my personal experience as a parent and also from my professional experience as an early childhood educator. And also from another personal experience — being a musician myself. I was a singer in high school and college in an a cappella group. Bach to Rock brings me back to something that I really love — music.
“Everyone at Bach to Rock has been as open as they can be. They are a good group of people. I instantly had a feeling of trust in talking with them about the potential of purchasing my own Bach to Rock school. They really want their franchisees to be successful.”
— Sameer Patel, administrator and owner of Bristow Montessori School and new Bach to Rock franchisee in Bristow, VA
“I was passionate about music from an early age, and I started learning to play guitar when I was 13. I was in bands all through high school and in college, but then I dropped it for about 20 years because I fell under the misconception that playing music you love is not something that adults do. I was in a career in banking, which was a great career, but it wasn’t something that I was passionate about. Eight or nine years ago I just started playing guitar again and really immersed myself in it. I reached the point in my life where I was ready to combine my skills and my passions professionally.”
— Alan Goodstadt, co-owner of Bach to Rock schools in New York and co-partner of Amplified Capital Partners, a company that owns multi-unit territories in the Long Island/White Plains, NY, area
“Alan and I were very nervous about going into the world of franchising. We had a connotation about what franchising was in our minds, and we weren’t sure if it was good. None of those fears has been borne out. The Bach to Rock guys are just great. They are good, honest people. The business model is also great. I feel like as long as people keep making babies there will be a never-ending source of potential customers.”
— Glenn Fleishmann, co-owner of Bach to Rock schools in New York and co-partner of Amplified Capital Partners, a company that owns multi-unit territories in the Long Island/White Plains, NY, area