Former Digicel Rising Star winner Neval Chatelal is looking for eight talented Trinbagonians to participate in a Talent Showcase.
The Showcase will precede his feature concert called Free the Music on February 28 at Queen’s Hall.
The Talent Showcase aims to include various disciplines and genres such as song, dance, spoken word, visual art, instrumental music, dramatic monologue, magic, acting, and much more.
Chatelal said the opening segment is a humble attempt to focus on and share the spotlight with the hidden and undiscovered gems of Trinidad and Tobago and to share the stage with performers that may have been overlooked, undervalued, or may not have ever been afforded the opportunity to express and showcase their abilities.
“Free the Music’s multi-disciplinary Talent Showcase offers a unique and necessary avenue for performers yearning to express their talents outside of the regular shows, festivals, and competitions that we are accustomed to,” he said via a press release.
The deadline for submissions is Monday, February 22 and you can submit your age, name, contact information, and audition video or link to a video of a full performance to email@example.com.
Free the Music will be two unique shows combined into one amazing live show.
The feature concert will be headlined by Chatelal alongside industry professionals in a spectacular musical production that will leave the audience inspired and hopeful as we navigate the fears, the anxieties, and the uncertainties of these times; as we navigate and adapt to the new normal.
Chatelal is a multiple award-winning artiste and one of Trinidad and Tobago’s most versatile vocalists.
With a unique ability to command various styles of music, even combining them in an eclectic way, this singer/songwriter, composer, producer, and arranger demonstrates no limits to his ever-expanding creative expression.
A winner of Mastana Bahar (2006), Digicel Rising Stars (2010), the Tenor Solo category at the 30th Biennial Music Festival (2012) and two-time Chutney Soca Monarch (2018 & 2019), Neval has proven his rare artistry.
He has sung for royalty, heads of state, live ballets, collaborated and toured with Trinidad and Tobago’s finest, represented his country internationally, and opened for world-renowned acts.
Designated ‘National Patriotism Champion’ by the Ministry of National Diversity and Social Integration (2013) and Carifesta XIV Ambassador (2019), Chatelal continues to share his talents in support of Country, Community, Culture and various worthy causes through partnerships with different organisations and charities.
Free the Music will take place on Sunday, February 28. General tickets are $150 and VIP $250.
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