Bohemian Rhapsody

RNRC celebrated opening weekend of “Bohemian Rhapsody” honoring rock legend, Queen. Movie-goers received a special performance before showtime on Saturday night. We would like to thank Regal Cinemas on 42nd Street, NYC for welcoming us into their beautiful theater.

“You can be anything you want to be, just turn yourself into anything you think that you could ever be.” –Freddie Mercury

Live from New York!

New Shows Coming Your Way!

RNRC is excited to announce upcoming off-road season shows!

NOVEMBER 2nd: Maryland Fairs and Festivals Convention – 7:30pm

Ocean City Convention Center, Ocean City, MD

NOVEMBER 3rd: NYC premier weekend of the major motion picture… BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY – evening showtimes

Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 Theater, 42nd Street, NYC

NOVEMBER 4th: Run for Dennis Annual Charity 5k- 9:00am


Stay tuned for more exciting performances during the upcoming holiday season!

Rutgers University

RNRC performed the national anthem, and a set of songs unplugged pre-game at the Rutgers University Women’s Soccer Game, which 
was also the breast cancer awareness event!


“I always felt rock and roll was very, very wholesome music.”

– Aretha Franklin (1942-2018)

Sweet Summer Sounds

A wonderful homecoming show took place Tuesday night on the Seaside Heights Boardwalk. Returning to the stage on Carteret Ave, RNRC was welcomed by a crowd of alumni, family, friends and beach-goers. We look forward to our next show, (same place!) on Tuesday, August 21 at 7:00pm

Summer Nights!


After a week long intensive learning about vocal health, harmonization, and beatboxing, The RockNRoll Chorus Jr. took the stage at Middletown Arts Center with the RNRC tour cast. We certainly hope you all enjoyed the tremendous young talent that performed. Thanks Middletown Arts Center!

This Friday Night!

NAfME Summer Conference

Music Inspires – that couldn’t be more true! Thank you to The National Association for Music Education for all you do- all of us with RNRC extend our gratitude to the educators who allowed us to become the musicians we are today.