HOOSIER Star competition looking for contestants

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Published on February 28, 2012 with No Comments

The La Porte County Symphony Orchestra (LSCO) is looking for contestants for the seventh annual Hoosier STAR competition.

The Hoosier STAR competition, sponsored by Horizon Bank and NIPSCO, is open to amateur singers of all musical types and age groups. Auditions will be on Saturday, March 17 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, March 18 from noon to 6 p.m. at the La Porte Little Theatre, 218 A St., La Porte

The Hoosier STAR singing competition brings amateur singers from across the state together in order to compete for recognition and cash prizes. Contestants are divided into two age groups:  customers enjoy huge savings when they or generic valacyclovir youth (17 years old and under) and adult (18 years old and over). Twelve finalists, six in each age group, will advance to the finals and the chance to win monetary prizes along with the title of 2012 Hoosier STAR.

The 12 Hoosier STAR finalists will perform along with the Hoosier STAR Orchestra, conducted by Philip Bauman on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the La Porte Civic Auditorium. Audience members will choose the final two winners in each age division based on that night’s performances. First and second place in the youth division will receive $500 and $250, respectively. First and second place in the adult division will receive $1,000 and $500, respectively. best prices for all customers! tadalafil with . approved pharmacy, order 10mg prozac whats the street price for prozac 20mg canada price canada how much does prozac cost without health insurance . buy canada  .

“None of us on the Hoosier STAR committee could have ever anticipated how this event would grow over the past six years,” said Lee Bauman, Executive Director of the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra. “Contestants come from across the state, showcasing their talents while they sing all types of music such as classical, Broadway, country, gospel, pop, rock, jazz, opera, or blues.”

“It is an absolute thrill to be able to help vocalists of all ages realize their dreams and have the chance to perform in front of a live audience with a full orchestra for accompaniment,” said Sheryl Edwards, co-chair of the event. “The Hoosier STAR competition once again promises to be a program that is entertaining and full of surprises.”

doxycycline hyclate xanax interaction doxycycline 75 mg for acne Hoosier STAR is open to amateur soloists only; no duets or group performances may enter. For auditions, applicants may provide their own accompanist, use a CD with no lead vocals or sing a cappella.

The registration/audition fee is $20 per person. Audition applications must be postmarked by Saturday, March 10 in order to receive a guaranteed time slot. Walk-ins are accepted on a first come, first serve basis during the audition dates until all available times are filled.

ceftin rash pictures Registration forms can be found on the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra website at www.LCSO.net as well as by emailing HoosierStar@LCSO.net or calling 219-362-9020. Registration is open on a first come, first serve basis. The LSCO encourages contestants to pre-register for a guaranteed time slot. Explore children’s interests include a range of reading material in your classroom for independent reading

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