Oman Radio is airing on its Youth Channel incredible Omani voices, from age 7 to 17 years. Each participant is searching forward to acquiring fabulous prizes. The initial spot winner will get RO2,000, and second spot winner will get RO1,500 third and fourth winners will get RO1,000 and RO500, respectively.
The weekly talent competitors began from January and will culminate in March. The competitors finalists will be evaluated by means of specific criteria: 30 per cent by audience votes and 70 per cent by a panel of judges, namely, Ibrahim al Mantheri, director and melodist, Khawla al Siyabi, singing artist and Mohammed Bakori, musician and melodist.
“McDonald’s Oman takes great pride in supporting and building young Omani talents and inspiring them to pursue their dreams. We believe that the singing talent competition provides a friendly yet challenging environment for the performers which paves the way to the development of their self-confidence and motivate them to always give their best,” mentioned Ali K Daud, president of McDonald’s Oman.
Saif al Hilal, occasion organiser from Oman Shabab Radio, mentioned, “The competition is intended to recognise and develop young Omani talents. We are proud that the singing competition has prompted numerous Omani children and youth to tap into their voice talent and helped them realise their potential. We are happy to have initiated this radio programme and thank McDonald’s for its support.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily