New Programs, New Experiences
Cerritos Yamaha Music School is proud to offer a few new programs for our current and future students! Whether its experiencing what its like producing a professional recording, or expanding on your vocal range in a group singing course, you're sure to find something that'll fit your needs.
Yamaha Music Recording Sessions With Troy Basham
Troy Basham began his career as a local producer and DJ in San Bernadino, CA. After graduating for the Producing and Engineering Program at Musicians Institute in Hollywood CA, Troy went on to join the music production team at The Enterprise Recording Studio in Burbank, CA. There he worked with worked with countless recording artists such as Eminem, DMX, Mya, Jarule, Chingy, Pink, and many others, developing many of their hit albums from the last 20 years.
In addition to his involvement with multiple recording studios in the local area, Troy received a nomination for an LA area Emmy award for his participation in an Anti-gang / anti-graffiti TV documentary called "make your Mark on Life" featuring 10-year-old rap sensation "C-Baby".
Troy will be gracing Cerritos Yamaha Music Saturday afternoons to offer recording sessions on for both vocalists and instrumentalists. Come with an idea in mind and leave with a professional-grade recording of your song! Great for a Christmas gift, audition tapes, or just to share with friends!
Sessions run 2-3 hours on average. Backing tracks required for vocalists.
Inquire at the front desk for more information or call us at (562) 809-3886
Beginners Group Vocal Lessons
Group lessons and workshops are a great opportunity for singers to gain some basic knowledge and skills in a pressure-free setting, in a relatively short time and at an affordable price. Students who are unable to commit to long-term vocal study can still take a lesson, gain a sense of whether or not voice lessons are for them and learn a little something about good singing technique along the way.
Group vocal lessons begin in January and will be taught by Ms. Yuka Suzuki.