Peter Whittingham Award

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An award given to musicians under the age of 26. The award focuses on innovative recording, composition and performance projects in the field of cutting edge jazz. The Whittingham family set up the award in 1989 to commemorate Peter Whittingham, an expert in survival medicine and a gifted pianist. The award is administered by Help Musicians UK.

Previous winners include[edit]

Year Recipient
2013 Phil Meadows
2012 Reuben Fowler
2011 Roller Trio
2010 World Service Project
2009 No Winner
2008 John Randall (musician) and his band The John Randall Quintet
2007 Shaney Forbes and his band Empirical
2006 Dave O'Brien (musician) of Porpoise Corpus
2005 Mark Holub of Led Bib
2004 6Pac
2003 Soweto Kinch
2002 Paul Towndrow
2001 Tom Arthurs
2000 Paul Bartholemew and Dave O’Higgins

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