|Special Prize To The Winner Of The Amateurs & Pros’ Category.
Entry Deadline: October 15th.
August 15th, 2018
The 7 Virtual Jazz Club continues its worldwide search for emerging and under recognized creative musicians of all ages and backgrounds.
THIS YEAR'S CATEGORIES
- Under 25 Students
- Amateurs & Pros
PRIZES & AWARDS
Amateurs & Pros' Category
Jury Prize (assigned to the best musician): € 2,000 + Live Concert in one of the best jazz clubs in Europe: Jazz Club Ferrara (Italy);
Under 25 Students' Category
Jury Prize (assigned to the best Under 25 Student): € 700
Special prize offered by Taklit Publishing & Production Agency to the best Under 25 Student;
All the musicians
Web Community Prize: € 500 + artistic advertising to the most voted musician by the web community (on YouTube).
INTERNATIONAL JUDGING PANEL - 2018 EDITION
Mark Sullivan (journalist for All About Jazz, composer) – USA
Hrayr Attarian (journalist for All About Jazz) - USA
Geila Zilkha (vocalist, teacher) - Japan
Fiona Ross (musician, journalist, teacher) - UK
Patricia Johnston (producer & artist manager) - France
Dubi Lenz (journalist, art director “The Red Sea Jazz Festival”) - Israel
Greg Stott (teacher at the Australian National University) - Australia
Iñaki Askunze (musician, conductor, composer, teacher) - Spain
Eddy Determeyer (journalist and broadcaster) - Netherlands
Chris Hodgkins (producer, broadcaster for Jazz London Radio) - UK
Fernando R. de Mondesert (Jazz Journalist Association) - Dominican Republic
José Deluna (teacher and musician) - Spain
Marcela Breton (Jazz Journalist Association) - Colombia
Dmitry Baevsky (musician and teacher) - Russia
Arnaldo DeSouterio (journalist, Producer, member of JJA) - Brazil
Debbie Mari (teacher at the UKZN - School of Music Jazz Studies) - South Africa
Jeri Brown (teacher at the Concordia University Montreal) - Canada
Julien Lepièce (label manager at Outhere Records) – Belgium
About The 7 Virtual Jazz Club
The 7 Virtual Jazz Club is a non-profit all volunteer association dedicated to support jazz music in all its forms. The 7 Virtual Jazz Club website hosts the first fully global online jazz competition in history. The contest welcomes musicians of all ages. Musicians may be amateurs, professionals and students under the age of 25. Our aim is to unearth hidden musical talent focusing on the new trends that have emerged in jazz and creative music.