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IAJE

International Association for Jazz Education (IAJE), formerly a not-for-profit corporation based in Manhattan, Kansas, was a volunteer-run organization that, among other things, allocated student scholarships through its approved festivals program. Its annual conference was a gathering point for professional artists as well as jazz enthusiasts. Many considered IAJE to be a foundation of the jazz community, and its many programs to be a cornerstone of jazz education.[1]

IAJE was first incorporated as a non-profit on August 18, 1989, having developed from the International Association of Jazz Educators (since 1971) and the U.S. National Association of Jazz Education (since 1968). The association organized more than 7,000 teachers, musicians, producers, and others interested in jazz, from more than thirty countries. They organized a yearly conference, which included numerous musical presentations.

IAJE filed for bankruptcy April 2008, and ceased as a corporation March 15, 2009. The bankruptcy filing was necessitated, in part, because of financial problems stemming from a lack of donations, and losses – notably from the small turnout at the Toronto conference of 2008.[2]

IAJE Jazz Educators Hall of Fame

Each year the IAJE leadership selected recipients for the Jazz Education Hall of Fame from nominations received from the IAJE membership. The purpose of the Hall of Fame was to honor those individuals whose musical contributions and dedication to jazz education created new directions and curricular innovations for jazz education worldwide.[3][4]

IAJE Humanitarian Award

Celebrated Humanitarian Award recipients included drummer Ed Thigpen 2007[] and producer George Avakian 2008.[3][4]

IAJE Jazz Ambassador Award

The final Jazz Ambassador Award was given to Tom Smith in 2008.[3][4]

Publications

  • NAJE Newsletter; OCLC 1044764, 911680656, 679996639
  • NAJE Educator - National Association of Jazz Educators News Letter
(forerunner to Jazz Educators Journal)
ISSN 0047-8741
OCLC 499210780, 858501289, 679996639, OCLC 639584817, 980836530, 1783884, OCLC 183428951
  • Jazz Educators Journal
ISSN 0730-9791
OCLC 775814887
Jazz Educators Journal Index, 1969-1989, Vols. 1-21, Lee Bash, PhD (ed.)
OCLC 122297802, 225534256, 80259972, OCLC 50257980
  • A Guide to N.A.J.E. Periodicals, Lee Bash (ed.), National Association of Jazz Educators (198?); OCLC 52253572

See also

References

  1. ^ "International Association of Jazz Educators," by Lee A. Bash, PhD, and Brad Madson, Grove Music Online, (now Oxford Music Online); OCLC 9781561592630
  2. ^ Ratliff, Ben (26 April 2008). "A Jazz Lifeline to Academia Is Severed". New York Times. Retrieved 2011.
  3. ^ a b c "IAJE Awards". International Association of Jazz Musicians. Archived from the original on 2008-04-17.
  4. ^ a b c "IAJE Hall of Fame". International Association of Jazz Musicians. Archived from the original on 2007-07-31.
  5. ^ http://www.highlandjazz.com/bios/robertmorgan.php Bob Morgan bio
  6. ^ http://www.lajelouisiana.org/PastClinicians.html Archived 2010-04-06 at the Wayback Machine Robert "Bob" Morgan bio

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