How to incorporate music education when on a budget

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How to incorporate music education when on a budget

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If you can't afford lessons for your child, I would make sure that I expose the kid to concerts, the great DVDs they can look at, and there are also some organizations that will provide the instruments like for instance, my group, Fernando Pullum Community Arts Center. We provide instruments for children and I would also suggest that you go to a rummage sale because you can sometimes find instruments for as low as $5. I bought a trumpet for $25 one time.

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Fernando Pullum, MA

Director of Performing Arts & Educational Specialist

Fernando Pullum is an educator and professional musician. In 1989 LAUSD recognized Fernando’s music program as the first music magnet in South Los Angeles. During the years that followed, 100% of Fernando’s students graduated with a high school diploma and only one student failed to enroll in college during the next fifteen years. Fernando has been recognized by many organizations and individuals throughout his tenure, including Oprah, VH-1 and the State of California as its teacher of the year.

Over the years, Fernando’s students have performed for many dignitaries, including President Ford and Prince Charles.  The students have performed with Jackson Browne, Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, Lionel Hampton, Wynton Marsalis, Al Jarreau, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, and many other incredible musicians. They have opened the Playboy Jazz Festival four times and traveled to Cuba, Brazil, Spain, and New York.

He has an MA in Music Education and a MA in Trumpet Performance.

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