Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Tavia Machado is ‘Kingfisher Voice of Goa 2009’

Tavia Machado is ‘Kingfisher Voice of Goa 2009’

NT Network
Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Yet again ‘Kingfisher Voice of Goa 2009’ brought into focus the abundant talent available in Goa. While Tavia Machado from Siolim emerged the judges’ choice for the coveted title in the English round, P S Roy came up trumps at the Indian Language round.

The winners were awarded a bounty in prizes. The finals was also given the touch of glamour with performances by India’s well know boy band, ‘A Band of Boys’ at the Indian Language round on Saturday while Lucky Ali enthralled the audience at the finals of the English round on Sunday. ‘A Band of Boys’ interacted with the audience and got them to participate in their performance. Lucky Ali drew an instant round of applause as the crowd welcomed him on stage. He performed some of his hit numbers and had everyone in good spirits.

The bands ‘Symphony’ entertained on Saturday while ‘Pure Magic’ gave their best to the Sunday crowd at the Go-A Kart Track, Nuvem. The Russian dancers also added to the glamour on the occasion. The event brought in the carnival mood and enjoyment reigned supreme. The judges for the Indian Language round were Saish Deshpande, Pravin Naik and Sachin Chatte. The English round was judged by Roque Lazarus, Mukesh Ghantwal and Seby Fernandes.

(As forwarded by Lino B. Dourado)

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