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    LAMA is Regarded as a Premiere Music School, Offering a Variety of Degrees in an Intimate Environment

    LA Music Academy (LAMA) is a top music school in Southern California. Students develop "real world" playing skills by performing every day with professional accompanists from the LA music scene. For example, some of their ensemble musicians perform or have performed with Ray Charles, Coolio, Sergio Mendes, Steve Vai and many other prominent artists.

    LAMA, accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music and located in Pasadena, a suburb of Los Angeles, CA, offers A.A. degrees and diplomas in music production (music producing and recording, and composing for visual media) and music performance (drums, bass, guitar or vocals). LAMA is regarded as one of the premiere music schools in the world, for students who desire an intimate and friendly, yet serious and rigorous contemporary music education.

    President Tom Aylesbury has helped assemble a world-class faculty and expanded the school to offer Associate of Arts Degrees and Diplomas in Music Performance and Music Production. Before taking the reins as President of LAMA College for Music Professionals, Tom Aylesbury came across many musicians who had dreams of a career in music but he says, “They always talked themselves out of it.” His passion and determination has carried over to the many graduates equipped to pursue their dreams in music.

    For more information, visit LAMA’s official website here:

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