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Jazz Ambassador Magazine reviews Alaadeen; The Complete Song Book
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Victoria Alaadeen
President and Board Chairman

Victoria Alaadeen

     Board of Directors
Victoria Alaadeen, KS
Donivan Bailey, KS
Najee, CA
Patrick Schreiner, KS
Zachary Scott, KS
Pamela Seitz, CPA, FL
Yoko Takemura, Japan

Advisory Board
Tom Alexios, KS
David Basse, KS
Chuck Haddix, MO
Steve Irwin, MO
Stan Kessler, MO
Jack Lightfoot, MO
Kevin Mahogany, FL
Jim Mair, KS
Mike Metheny, MO
Harold O’Neal, NY
Steve Ozark, KS
Clarence Smith, MO
Bobby Watson, KS
Todd Wilkinson, KS

Alaadeen Enterprises, Inc.

AEI is a 501c3 non-profit tax exempt organization founded in 1998 by the late Ahmad Alaadeen and Victoria Dunfee to teach the art and aesthetic of jazz in the oral tradition, which Alaadeen experienced in the heyday of Kansas City jazz.  Its mission is to develop an understanding and appreciation of this local jazz tradition with a major focus on education.  Tax deductible donations support the Alaadeen Jazz Master/Apprentice Program.
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The Alaadeen Jazz Master/Apprentice Program
The Alaadeen Method Of Instruction™

"In jazz music we have more than our            share of unsung heroes. For every young man or woman playing this music who goes off to NYC seeking to advance themselves and be on the main stem, there are masters like the late Kansas City tenor man Ahmad Alaadeen (ask Bobby Watson about this cat, he wrote a beautiful tribute) who choose to remain "at home" and enrich their community's culture. Alaadeen's very loving & dedicated wife "Fanny" has recently released this book of his compositions. Don't sleep!"   ...Willard Jenkins, Open Sky
The 2016 Alaadeen Awards of Excellence
Victoria Alaadeen and Matt Kane, recipient of the 2016 Alaadeen Educator of Excellence Award.
Hermon Mehari recipient of the 2016 Alaadeen Achievement of Excellence Award.
Alaadeen Enterprises, Inc.