JJA Launches eyeJazz Training Program

Some 180 people from all over the world applied to the eyeJAZZ Training Program, all demonstrating a high degree of commitment to jazz and many having considerable technical skills as well as backgrounds in journalism. Hardbop‘s founder, Alexander G. Ariff was selected as one of the recipients of the “eyeJAZZ Video Training Program”. The program  is funded by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation with the generous support of the Doris Duke Foundation. I am absolutely thrilled to begin working with the JJA (Jazz Journalists Association) on furthering my skills as a videographer and film maker working to progress the exposure of jazz music”.

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