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Talent competition for local musicians, singers
Metro Blvd. Media and Sound is hosting auditions until April
 
Published Thursday, March 7, 2013
by Staff Reports

Metro Blvd Media and Sound will be holding talent competitions in Charlotte during March and April to find the city’s most talented musicians and singers.

Winners will be considered for inclusion on a concept album titled “Overture No. 1,” which is the creation of producer and composer Marcus Brown.

Auditions are open to anyone 18 years old or more. There is a $35 non-refundable registration fee and all performers will have to perform individually in front of a panel of judges. Those choosing to audition can do so in only one category. So they multi-talented individuals must choose to either sing or play an instrument during their audition.

Metro Blvd is seeking one male lead vocalist and one female lead vocalist; three background vocalists; two keyboardists; two guitarists; one percussionist; three violinists; a cellist; contra bassist; trumpet player; French horn player; five dancers and brass and woodwind musicians.

Those interested in auditioning should visit www.Overture1.com to learn more and fill out the registration form. Audition contest slots are limited.

Comments

people really need to start make the age limit lower and take into consideration that there are some talented young people just as older people like me im 14 and ive been looking for talent shows for 3 hours and if i see one more thing that says 18 and older imma give up i acually wont cuz i love music its my life and there you go my life story :)
Posted on June 29, 2013
 

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