Brevardians – and music lovers from around Florida: Don’t miss this exciting event, modeled after “America’s Got Talent.”
The top twelve finalists from dozens of auditions of music students from Brevard County have been selected to perform and compete for enormous cash prizes.
What: 4th Annual “Brevard’s Got Music Talent” competition and performances
When: Sunday, April 14th, 4 p.m.
Where: Henegar Center – Downtown Melbourne
Why: $1000 First Prize, $500 Second Prize, $250 third Prize, $125 fourth prize.
By: Sponsored by the Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard, Inc. www.cafob.org
Tickets: $22 – purchase through the Henegar Center, or on line at www.henegar.org
Who: Twelve finalists – ages 12 -17 – out of forty youngsters who auditioned for the show, will be performing live on stage before a live audience and three judges who will rate each contestant for musical skills and performance and stage presence. Judges are chosen from among the most prestigious teachers of music in the area.
Vying for top prizes this year are:
Rachel Ho 15 – Viola
Ben Pinfield 12 – Violin
Ivan Rao 12 – Piano
Nathaline Germain 17 – Piano
Michael Tornatta 17 – Voice/Tenor
Elizabeth Hargis – 16 – Piano
Ellie Richter – 12 – Piano
Abby Conover – 15 – Voice
Maryl Harris – 14 – Horn
Isabel Prado – 15 – Voice/Soprano
Jordan Fuqua – 16 – Drums
Carolyn Fields – 14 – Voice
Tickets now on sale ($22) at the Henegar Center, or on line at www.henegar.org
Refreshments during the intermission.
More info, call Marshall Frank at 321-604-0103
The Creative Arts Foundation, Inc., is a non-profit organization dedicated toward assisting and promoting talent in the arts. Visit web site: www.CAFOB.org
Hope to see you there.