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The 7 Virtual Jazz Club Announces Final Round

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7 Virtual Jazz Club is proud to announce the winner of the web community prize and the finalists of the 3rd Edition of the global contest.
The web community prize (€ 500 plus artistic advertising) was awarded to Mattan Klein an Israeli flutist/composer, who presented the song “Used to Be."

Finalists

Amateurs & Pros’ Category

Aubrey Logan (USA)
Samy Thiébault (France)
Arthur Satyan (Armenia)
David Helbock's Random Control (Austria)
Eva Slongo (Switzerland)
Karl Marino & Francois Chanvallon Guitar Duo (France)
Sisters of invention (Sweden)
RINA Trio (Japan)
The Greenwich Session by Luigi Grasso (Italy)
Uli Geissendoerfer Trio (USA)
Adam Jarzmik Quintet (Poland)
Erik Palmberg (Sweden)
Drew Zaremba (USA)

Under 25 Students' Category

Meraki (UK)
Mike Casey Trio (USA)

Ben Isenstein (Canada) Carlos Pascual Cippelletti (Spain)
Annalì (Italy)
Jordan Padilla Trio (USA)
Michelangelo Scandroglio group (Italy)
Vid Jamnik (Slovenia)
Lushh (USA)
Trio Millionaires (Israel)
Silvan Joray Trio (Switzerland)

The International Jury is working to choose the winners that will be announced on February 10th, 2019.

Prizes & Awards

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;

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).

For further details

Meet the judges.
Contact: [email protected]

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