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Proudly, the Los Angeles Conservatory of Jazz is the first Conservatory of Jazz Music to be established in the history of Los Angeles.

West L.A., Los Angeles, CA Jazz
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    We appreciate your support! With each contribution of $500 or more, we will include a Jazz Master Class lesson.

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    We appreciate your support! With each contribution of $500 or more, we will include a Jazz Master Class lesson.

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    We appreciate your support! With each contribution of $1000 or more, we will include a Jazz Master Class lesson, a private lesson and a course syllabus.

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    We appreciate your support! With each contribution of $1000 or more, we will include a Jazz Master Class lesson, a private lesson and a course syllabus.

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Over the course of the next several months, we will be inviting several guest artists to perform at our school. The money raised here will cover performance fees and artist accommodations. Join us in celebrating the first Conservatory of Jazz Music ever to be established in the history of Los Angeles. 

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Fortunately, there are really no risks associated with this project. We plan to continue school operations as normal if support is not met to invite guest artists.

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