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Bixby Knolls music school expanding into larger space, broader spectrum of instruction

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During its seven years in business, Jammin’ Music has taught thousands of Long Beach residents to play music. Whether guitar, piano, voice, bass, drums, violin, cello, trumpet, saxophone, clarinet or flute, professional instructors have guided students of all ages to their musical potential.
In May, Jammin’ Music will expand to a larger location (of 4,000 square feet) on Atlantic Avenue in Bixby Knolls and add new genres of art (drawing, painting and musical theater) to their offerings, as well as an expanded name— Jammin’ Music & Arts.
“We have an incredible staff of highly creative instructors that are excited and ready to share their knowledge with the community,” said Kerri Hikida, co-owner of Jammin’ Music & Arts. “Our instructors are all university-trained, professional artists that know how to make learning fun as well as informative and can teach all ages and skill levels from beginning to advanced.”
“Jammin’ Music has been steadily growing the past few years, and we’ve maxed out what we could do in 1,500 square feet,” added Geoffrey Parry, co-owner and head instructor at Jammin’ Music & Arts. “We thought it was a good time to take the leap to a bigger space and offer a wider variety of arts education and performances for the community, as well as more group class offerings.”
Jammin’ Music will celebrate its grand opening at its new location, 4228 Atlantic Ave., on Friday, May 6 from 6:30pm to 9pm.

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Bixby Knolls music school expanding into larger space, broader spectrum of instruction