Felix GlennFounder & Head of Rock
Felix has been a music teacher and a musician for 37 years. In 2004, he walked out of the Jack Black movie, School of Rock thinking, “It can’t just end like that!” The next day he began organising FSOR1 with 7 children (2 of them his!) in his front room. He says “FSOR is one of the most extraordinary and exciting experiences of my life”.
Originally from New York city, Baz discovered FSOR via his 10 year old drum playing son. Within a year he was a tutor. He earned the title ‘Dean of Rock’ in 2010 for his event management, marketing, logistics and operations. In addition to his FSOR duties, Baz runs Felix’s Rock Choir, tutors privately on guitar and bass, and performs with a host of singers, musicians and bands in the London area.
Our Valuable Team Members
Alyson joined FSOR in 2006, after her 2 sons were early participants, she is responsible for all things financial from keeping the books to buying the biscuits. She works with the Board of Trustees and is the Company Secretary. The only staff member with no discernible musical talent she is nonetheless a founder member of Felix’s Rock Choir.
After taking his stepsons to FSOR in the early 2000’s, Ian was encouraged to dip his toes into the teaching pool, and has never looked back. Ian considers himself very fortunate to work in the music world. From touring the world with artists such as Nik Kershaw, The Hollies and Tom Jones to teaching music in Tower Hamlets, at FSOR and privately to gigging hard for the last 12 years with LETTUCEHEADS, his London-based party covers band. www.lettuceheads.com
Originally from Manchester, Boltz has been a session guitarist and played with lots of names including The Who, Paul Young and David Bowie. He continues to perform with bands and solo. Boltz discovered FSOR through one of his private students and been hooked for the past 8 years.
Jevon has been playing bass guitar professionally and has toured, recorded & played on radio and television shows with high profile chart topping artists including Moloko, Barbara Dixon and John Paul Jones and The God of Hell-Fire, Arthur Brown. His latest solo project, The Chevron is about to be released. (www.facebook.com/thechevronmusic) Jevon is passionate about music education and has been tutoring with FSOR since it began in 2004.
Binisa is a professional singer, bassist and songwriter. She is primarily known for her band Ruby and the Vines, but has also recorded/performed on national radio and television for artists like Hackman, Eliane Correa and electronic-R&B artist, Rosie Lowe. She studied at The BRIT School of Performing Arts before gaining a BA in Music and has been teaching singing privately and for institutions since 2010. She has worked as a tutor and vocal coach for Felix’s School of Rock since 2013.