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  • Teacher Q&A: Charley Pagani

    Jazz player Charley Pagani captivates OLLI 'audience'
  • People in Ashland know Charley Pagani as a jazz musician. Classically trained from age 6 and a music major in college, he explored everything from classical organ compositions to garage band rock before settling on improvisational jazz.
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  • "People in Ashland know Charley Pagani as a jazz musician. Classically trained from age 6 and a music major in college, he explored everything from classical organ compositions to garage band rock before settling on improvisational jazz.
    Though a lifelong musician, Pagani never really quit his day job: a 40-plus year career in computing, doing applied programming, system design, telecommunications, technical support, and management in industries that included science, health care and finance.
    He and his wife, Nancy, moved here in 2001 from the Bay Area, and he started teaching jazz history, music theory and the Great American Songbook to Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members in 2005.
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