California College of Music
California College of Music (abbreviated CCM) is a contemporary popular music school in Pasadena, in Los Angeles County, California. It opened its doors in 1998 as the Pasadena International Music Academy, and changed its name to California College of Music in 2008. It currently offers six-quarter Associate of Arts degrees in music performance (voice, guitar, bass, drums, and piano/keyboards) as well as four-quarter Diploma and two-quarter Certificate programs.
The current faculty includes Craig Pilo and Ray Yslas, drums; Jetro da Silva and Allesandro Bertoni, piano; Phillip Ingram, Oren Waters, Carol deLeon, Kevin Dorsey, Jude Crossen, Bobby Halvorson, and Moana Avvenenti, voice; Uros Raskovski, Byron Fry, and Travis Newlon, guitar; and Daniel Brummel, bass.
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