JUDGES

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Howard Malden (USA)
Howard Mandel (USA)

President of the Jazz Journalists Association, author, educator, editor, webcaster, blogger, print journalist and board member of the Jazz Institute of Chicago. Two-time winner of ASCAP's Deems Taylor Award for excellence in music journalism, [...]

Lionel Eskenazi
Lionel Eskenazi (France)
Music journalist, radio producer, lecturer, compilation director (Paris, France). Music journalist Lionel Eskenazi writes regularly for the specialist magazines Jazz Magazine and Muziq, and also writes album cover notes, press releases for record releases, [...]
 
Geila Kilkha (Japan)
Geila Zilkha (Japan)

Jazz Vocalist, singer, songwriter, educator
Born and raised in Kobe, Japan. Now based in Tokyo.  Geila was born half Israeli and Japanese. Attended Canadian Academy International School, then graduated Berklee College of Music in 1991. 

Fernando Rodriguez de Mondesert (Dominican Republic)
Fernando Rodriguez de Mondesert (Dominican Republic)

Member of the Jazz Journalists Association, journalist for All About Jazz, Jazz Times Digital and various newspapers in the Dominican Republic. He is the Founder and Director of Jazz en Dominicana.

John Fenton (New Zealand)
John Fenton (New Zealand)

John is a member of the Jazz Journalists Association, videographer and photographer.
His blog was recently assessed by Blog Feed as being among the top 50 Jazz blogs worldwide.

Debbie Mari (South Africa)
Debbie Mari (South Africa)

Vocalist and pianist. She is a Lecturer in the Jazz Studies programme at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, School of Arts (Music). She is the Project Manager of the UKUSA Arts [...]
 

Eddie Becton (USA)
Eddie Becton (USA)

Eddie Becton is an author with over twenty years of jazz experience as a writer, producer, broadcaster, and professor.  He taught History of Jazz in America at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, as well as other courses in the African American 

Arnaldo DeSouteiro (Brazil)
Arnaldo DeSouteiro (Brazil)

Record Producer (Verve, CTI, JSR, Milestone, Sony and other labels), Jazz & Brazilian Music Historian, Manager, Journalist, Publicist, Screenplay Writer, Arranger, Composer, Percussionist, Educator, member of Jazz Journalists Association, and voting member of NARAS-GRAMMY. 

Anna-Maria Nitschke (Netherlands)
Anna-Maria Nitschke (Netherlands)
Anna-Maria Nitschke is a vocalist & songwriter and senior producer of the Jazz Department at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, home to the largest jazz education program in Europe. As senior producer, 
Jan Granlie (Denmark)
Jan Granlie (Denmark)
Jan Granlie is the editor in chief for the web magazine, Salt-peanuts.eu - a pan scandinavian web magazine for strong music. Six years ago he left his homeland, Norway, to settle down in Copenhagen, Denmark, and he is running salt-peanuts.eu from his office there.  
Peter Slavid (UK)
Peter Slavid (UK)

Peter broadcasts The European Jazz Hour on a number of internet and local radio stations and also writes for London Jazz News. Inspired initially by the American Avant-Garde of Ornette Coleman, 

Jane Cornwell (Australia)
Jane Cornwell (Australia)

Jane Cornwell is an Australian born, London-based writer and journalist. She is the jazz critic of the London Evening Standard, a longtime writer for the UK magazine Jazzwise, a contributing editor of the world music magazine Songlines and an arts feature writer for [...]

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