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    Register now to play in a small group!

    Fall Registration

    Musicians ages 11-18 can apply to play in a group at either the DU, CU, Highlands Ranch, or NEW Parker location at Chaparral HS. Session runs Aug. 26 - Oct 21 on Tuesday evenings. Concerts on Oct 28 & 29. Registration ends August 19.

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    Fall Registration
  • CCJA Garden Party

    Join us on Sept. 6 from 6-8pm for an unforgettable event!

    CCJA Garden Party

    Fertile Ground: Garden-themed music presented in a historical progression from the roots to the sky! Featuring Al Hood, Ken Walker, CCJA alumni/students. Dinner served, limited to 40 people, $50 each.

    Purchase tickets here
    CCJA Garden Party
  • CCJA Vocal Jazz Director

    Announcing our new vocal program!

    Jazz Arts Voices Program

    CCJA's vocal program is now under the direction of Julia Dollison! Audition for the new ensemble, and check out the monthly workshops.

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    Jazz Arts Voices Program
  • Peter Spear, Colin Stranahan, Paul Romaine

    Peter Spear Memorial Scholarship

    We are sad to bid farewell to alumnus Peter Spear. At his family's request, we've established a scholarship to celebrate his life and help young musicians.

    Info/ Donate Here
    Peter Spear Memorial Scholarship
  • Check out this video

    “Awesome Sauce”

    The Jazz Arts Messengers performing an original tune at the 2014 Big Band Boogie Bash

    “Awesome Sauce”

 

CCJA is a unique non-profit organization dedicated to empowering youth to creatively express themselves through the language of jazz. CCJA programs are mentor-based,  enabling students to study with professional musicians of the highest caliber. CCJA students grow musically while experiencing an environment of connection, respect, inclusivity, and cooperation, all of which are embedded within the fabric and history of jazz itself. Our unique programs are designed to benefit various levels of musicians. For those who are considering music as a career, CCJA offers tremendous advantages, and many of our students are admitted to prestigious college programs, receive impressive scholarships, and begin their careers with a definite head start. For those students who want to explore their musical interests but not necessarily make a career of it, CCJA programs enrich their lives by giving them a creative outlet, increased confidence, communication skills, relationships with like-minded people, and the joy of music.

CCJA is an SCFD Tier 3 organization! Thank you to the SCFD for their support…we are fortunate to live in an area where the arts and culture are supported this way.

CCJA would like to thank and acknowledge theCommunity Foundation of Northern Virginia SCFD Denver- Alan M. & Nathalie P. VoorheesFund for their support!  cfnova.org

 

Thank you for the support!