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Area Students Selected as Finalists for MoCo’s Got Talent Show on Sunday

May 18, 2018

 

There are two vocalists, one dance team, and a solo dancer all from the Germantown/Clarksburg area have survived six rounds of auditions to make the cut as finalists in MoCo Rec’s annual talent show, MoCo’s Got Talent.

   Earlier this month, Montgomery County Recreation announced the names of the finalists in the vocalist, musician, and dance competitions which will be held on Sunday, May 20 on the stage at The Fillmore in Silver Spring. The annual talent competition invites all MCPS middle and high school students to audition and participate in six rounds of cuts before being narrowed down to the performers who make the final show. The show will once again be hosted by Angie Ange of 93.9 WKYS.

   The finals will feature a special performance by 2017 winner Leanna Rathbun of Sherwood High School. Zac Taylor, 8th-grader at Westland Middle, was the Judge's Pick to also perform at the show.

    The finalists in the vocalist competition are; Anna Wilson, an 8th-grader who attends Rocky Hill Middle School in Clarksburg. This is the second year in a row that Wilson has made it to the final show. She is the only finalist from the 2017 competition to return. She will perform “Dive” by Ed Sheeran.

   Also making the finals is Rocky Hill Middle School 8th-grader, Jeanne Lubika. She will perform “Rise Up” by Audra Day.

   The two other vocal finalists are Christian Maffei, an 8th-grader from Farquhar Middle School in Olney, and Kelvin Dukes, a 7th-grader from Banneker Middle School in Burtonsville.

   In the Dance competition there are two acts from the UpCounty area. Clarksburg High School freshman Debanshi Chowdhury, is a traditional Indian dancer.

   Also among the dance finalists are Germantown-based hip-hop dance group Danz-N-Motion, made up of members Sam Powell, Kayla Oh, and Zoe Devine who all attend Rocky Hill Middle School; Adriane Sloan, who attends Kingsview Middle School; Ellie Tsahalis, attends Hallie Wells Middle School; and Talia Panagiotopoulos who is a Clarksburg resident attending Bullis Middle School.

   Also qualifying for the finals are solo dancer Katherine Sohn, a freshman at Wottoon High School. She will perform an Irish/K-pop/hip hop dance fusion. While the Paint Branch Eclectic Step Team, made up of Nelanne Bolma, Makayla Ferguson, Yemi Djayeola, Dolly Yared, Mablean Oben, Briya Stevenson, Lancie Kear and Priscilla Nornoo of Paint Branch High.

    In the musician competition, which is made up of solo performers and bands there are two solo musicians and two musical groups. The soloists are Eliana Geddes, a sophomore at Rockville High School, will perform “Applause” by Lady Gaga; and Justin Wang, an 8th-grader at Robert Frost Middle School in Rockville. He will perform “The Kite” from Charlie Brown

   The two musical groups are Karousel, made up of Sammy Krimstein, Luke Jordan, Maya Ronick, Maddie Aponte and Jack Husted from Ridgeview Middle School, Cabin John Middle School and Quince Orchard High School will perform “Drive My Car” by the Beatles.

   And Extreme Steel members Josh Corbin, Armon Sari and Jared Edson of Whitman and Landon high schools will perform “The Hellion/Electric Eye” by Judas Priest.

   The MoCo’s Got Talent 2018 final performances will take place Sunday, May 20 at 5:00 pm at The Fillmore in Silver Spring.

 

Photos courtesy MoCo Rec.

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