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The 2021 edition Judging Panel
Geila Zilkha (vocalist, teacher) - Japan
Gegè Telesforo (musician, producer) - Italy
Patricia Johnston (producer & artist manager) - France
John Fenton (Jazz Journalists Association) New Zealand
Howard Mandel (president of the Jazz Journalists Association) - USA
Chris Hodgkins (producer, broadcaster for Jazz London Radio) - UK
Fernando R. de Mondesert  (Jazz Journalist Association)  - Dominican Republic
Hryar Attarian (journalist for All About Jazz)  - USA
Arthur Satyan (musician, teacher) - Armenia
Eddie Bencton (writer, producer, professor) - USA
Marcela Breton  (Jazz Journalist Association) - Colombia 
Arnaldo DeSouterio (journalist, Producer, member of JJA) - Brazil
Debbie Mari (teacher at the UKZN - School of Music Jazz Studies) - South Africa
Jan Fritz (producer, editor) - Germany
Peter Slavid (broadcaster) - UK
Anna-Maria Nitschke (vocalist and songwriter) - Netherlands
Jan Granlie (editor Salt Peanuts) - Denmark 
Jane Cornwell (journalist, writer) - Australia
Lofton Wheeler Emenari (broadcaster, writer) - USA
Jiaowei Hu (All about Jazz) - China
Loes Rusch (teacher at Conservatorium Van Amsterdam) - Netherlands
Virgil Mihaiu (writer) - Romania
Mirian Arbalejo (Jazz journalist) - Spain
Arlette Hovinga (Jazz in Europe) - Netherlands
Kornél Zipernovszky (Jazz Journalist) - Hungary
Jagadeesh Ramanujam Mudambi (Jazz teacher) - India
David Adler (music critic and journalist) - USA
Victor Ovchinnikov (Jazz Journalist) - Ukraine
Antonio Ciacca (pianist, composer) - USA
Anna Russkevych (Art director Jazz on the Dnieper) - Ukraine
Josef Woodard (Jazz journalist) - USA
Jean-Marie Doury (music journalist) - France
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The winners 2021 edition

Pros & Amateurs’ Category

The jury prize for the best musician  has been assigned to the israeli harmonica player Ariel Bart which presented the song “Colors Palette".
Second Prize to the English Misha Mullov-Abbado for “The infamouse Grouse".
Third Prize to Swedish Tolvan Big Band for “Interactions


Under 25 Category

The Jury prize for the best Under 25 (plus a one contract with Taklit) has been assigned to the Latvian guitarist Ella Zirina which presented the song “I love you Porgy”.
Second Prize (€ 500 plus a one year contract with JazzMedi& More) to the Belgian group Cobalt trio “Milan's Blues".
Third Prize: Indonesian pianist Kasyfi Kalyasyena for “Change".

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