Website offers simple, convenient eGift for community school classes
BERKELEY, California (Nov. 11, 2014) –
The Jazzschool, the community education component of the California Jazz Conservatory, now makes it easier than ever to give the gift of music by offering an online giving experience. At cjc.edu/egift, shoppers can purchase virtual gift cards for Jazzschool courses and workshops. The new electronic gift cards will be easy to purchase and give via email right from the California Jazz Conservatory website. eGift recipients can either print their eGift or email it to the recipient.
“We are always looking for new ways to share our course offerings with new and returning students,” says Rob Ewing, Jazzschool Director. “Whether it is for a current student or a friend across town, you are one click away from sharing the Jazzschool’s many music study options.”
Learn more about our eGift program at cjc.edu/egift.
About the Jazzschool Community Music School
The Jazzschool Community Music School (JCMS) is dedicated to the study and performance of jazz and related styles of music from around the world. There are dozens of exciting and fun options for both instrumentalists and vocalists of all ages and skill levels. The JCMS operates year-round on a quarterly basis, normally ten weeks during fall, winter nine weeks in spring, and seven weeks in summer.
A distinguished faculty of professional musicians and educators leads JCMS courses and workshops. Our educators have played with some of the music world’s biggest names, including Sting, Pat Metheny, Joe Henderson, Ray Charles, Dave Liebman, Carlos Santana, McCoy Tyner, Pete Escovedo, Diana Krall, Eddie
Palmieri, Herbie Hancock, Branford Marsalis, Joey DeFrancesco, Bobby Hutcherson, John Mayer, Stevie Wonder and countless others.
JCMS class size is limited and most courses are available on a first-come first-served basis. Early registration is highly recommended to guarantee a spot, and is available online at cjc.edu or by calling 510.845.5373.
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