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Bemidji Sings! Vocal Competition to happen August 1st

Be a part of the audience as local singers compete for cash and prizes at the Bemidji Sings! Vocal Competition 7 pm, Thursday, August 1st at Bemidji State University's Bangsberg Hall.

Bemidji Sings! is an event of Minnesota Sings, a competition between cities throughout Minnesota that is designed for amateur vocalists in two age categories, 15-25 and 26 and over. Emceed by David Eichholz of Deuces Wild Dueling Pianos, The first place winner from each age division will go on to represent Bemidji at the state level for Minnesota Sings Statewide Finals.

Finalists who have been chosen to perform August 1st are: April Aylesworth, Darolyn Erickson, Brooke Donaghue, Traci Djonne Schanke, Ronelva Gustafson, Susannah Roed, Charlotte Saxton, McKayla Syverson, Kari Ekhoff, Christa Drake, Maya Lindquist, Carson Carter, Skilah Hurd, and Britta Aas.

Finalists will be judged based on their vocal skills, presentation skills, audience response, and judge's overall impression. Bemidji Sings! Vocal Competition will be judged by Zachary Swank, Karen Bradley, Linda Wagner, Kitty O'Connor, and Peter McKenzie.

Admission for the evening is $5 per person. Purchase your tickets here or at the door.

Sponsored by Headwaters Music & Arts with support from Bemidji Area Chamber of Commerce and Supple Studios. Special thanks to David Eichholz of Deuces Wild.

This activity is funded in part, by an appropriation from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State’s General Fund.

This activity is make possible, in part, by a grant from the Bemidji Area Arts Endowment, a component fund of the Northwest Minnesota Foundation.

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