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And who else but the Air National Guard band sax man who for 26 years has taught his students to swing with military zing.

While jazz powerhouses such as Millikan magnet and Walter Reed middle schools have three and four music teachers, Pacoima makes do with one. And while parents at other schools can afford private lessons for their kids, Pacoima makes do with Carganilla.

And year after year, they trump the bands of high schools up and down the state. Dyas, vice president of education and curriculum development at the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz at the University of Pacoima california girls Swinging California, which walkertown singles year chose Pacoima among five schools in Los Angeles — including three in the San Fernando Valley — for master classes in jazz.

You see kids like this and you see the future of jazz.

Pulls on his percussionists. Points toward his clarinets. And leads his band through certain passages on his own soprano sax.

Show up after school three times a week. And practice. Each summer, he requires students to switch instruments.

On weekends, he takes the kids out for kayaking, surf fishing or target practice. And lots and lots of big-band concerts.

Through jazz, they learn discipline. And teamwork.

Make them want to hear it. Some musicians have played only since July.

But with noon californiz after-school practices, the Panthers expect to be an invincible force by spring. The challenge: You want to hear something sad?

Despite fried amplifiers. It has drawn top talent from other schools.

But when they go home, they work hard. And really proud of my kid. A first violinist with the orchestra, she switched to clarinet to play jazz.

She now practices. By Dana Bartholomew dbartholomew scng. October 17, at August 29, at 3: More in News.