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The summer is here and it’s a great time to change routines, try out something new and have fun!

We’ve added several vocal teachers offering new courses and workshops and, for the first time, we’ve added student performances for the summer quarter. Check out the variety of performance classes in jazz and Latin styles. We have a wonderful new course that serves as an introduction to the rhythm section. This is not a performance class but will get you ready to perform, perhaps in one of our fall vocal performances courses. We’re also pleased to offer an improvisation class and technique courses that will enhance your overall health and understanding of singing. We have a number of amazing guests visiting from the east coast to lead workshops and our artist-in-residence, Theo Bleckmann, is returning for the one week Vocal Intensive in August.

The summer course configurations are a bit different, so take a good look at the descriptions, dates and times and whether or not they include a performance. The summer classes are 3 weeks long starting in July or August. Some are three hours long, a luxury we can’t provide during the rest of the school year.

We look forward to seeing you at the school. Please feel free to contact me at laurie@cjc.edu for more information.


Laurie Antonioli
Chair, Vocal Program


Summer 2016 CALENDAR

Jazzschool Community Music School Summer Quarter
Session 1: July 5–25
Student Performances: July 26–31
Session 2: August 1–21
Student Performances: August 23–28

Student Consultations
Ongoing! Contact: laurie@cjc.edu

Summer Vocal Camps and Intensives
Girls’ Jazz & Blues Camp August 1–5
Vocal Intensive August 8–13

Fall Quarter — Early Heads Up
September 19–December 4

The Word

“The Jazzschool has provided me with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to fuel my passion for learning about and playing jazz.”

— Howard Gillis, Jazzschool Student