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2013 Competition Photos

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Wayne Shorter award presentation
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Billy Dee Williams
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Finalists embrace
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Gingerbread Boy
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Herbie, 3 Finalists, GM
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Judges: Jane Ira Bloom, Jimmy Heath, Wayne Shorter, Branford Marsalis and Bobby Watson
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Kurt Elling
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Herbie Hancock, Chairman of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, and Lee Godown, Vice President of Global Government Relations of GM Cadillac announce Melissa Aldana (center), as the first place winner of the 2013 International Jazz Saxophone Competition
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Lee Godown, Vice President of Global Government Relations of GM Cadillac, presenting the $25,000 scholarship to Melissa Aldana, first place winner of the 2013 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition
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Ledisi
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Melissa Aldana performance
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Roy Hargrove
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Take 6
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TS Monk performance
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Wayne Shorter award presentation
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Wayne Shorter award presentation
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Wayne Shorter performance
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Wayne Shorter
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