Mo's Fullerton Music Centers, Inc
121 North Harbor Blvd
Fullerton, CA 92832
714-871-1805
e-mail us at:  info@mosfullertonmusic.com
Store Hours:
Monday thru Thursday 10 AM - 8 PM
Friday & Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM,Closed Sundays
Conveniently located in Downtown Fullerton @ corner of Harbor & Amerige
harbor looking south
(downtown corner of Harbor and Amerige)
Mo's Fullerton Music Centers, Inc
Serving Orange County for over 50 years
 

 Jorgen Ingmar:
Freelance drummer Jorgen Ingmar Alofs was born in the Netherlands and studied at the Conservatory Of Music. He played all across the world and immigrated to the U.S. in 1994.  He has worked with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Babyface, Alexi Murdoch, Tyrone Wells, Matt Bissonette, Brian Setzer, Jeff Scott Soto, American Idol Ace Young, Harry Connick Jr., Barrett Johnson, Dallas Kruse, Justin Grennan and many, many more!
 Jorgen is very versatile and plays many styles of music. He does a lot of studio sessions and live work in and around the greater Los Angeles area as well as traveling the world with various groups, including one of the worlds greatest U2 Tribute bands L.A.vation-A Tribute To U2 at http://www.u2lavation.com/.  

He owns his own professional recording studio, where he records drums for artists across the globe via FTP file sharing, programs drum & percussion loops, and composes for artists, film, radio and TV.
 Besides playing the drums, he makes private house calls in Beverly Hills and the Pacific Palisades and teaches the children of filmmaker Steven Spielberg, actor Adam Baldwin and more.
 Jorgen teaches both, beginners and advanced students.  In his lessons he emphasizes the fundamentals: technique, reading and writing music, playing with a metronome, musicality, and playing to songs of Jorgen’s and the students choice. 
He also takes his students on a worldwide journey of music, teaching them many different styles including Pop, Rock, Latin, Blues, Jazz, etc.
 For more detailed information please visit his website at http://www.jorgeningmar.com/

Life is short . . .
Don't forget to play!

Long after the gifts of childhood are gone, The Gift of Music lingers on!