The popular Solo Icon brand has yet again made a historical land mark in the overall execution and development of the competition.
With the inclusion and initiative to incorporate star school competition, the program has received favorable and massive support from the general populace, which is undeniably evident by the turn up it gain from its supporters compared to previous years, which include children, youth and entire family house hold.
The star school competition is an additional component of the Solo Icon program on top of the existing one which is the icon category covering age 15 - 29 years old, and young executive category which cover age from 9-14 years old.
The star school category is an open category that attracts and draws the top two singer of each school to represent their respective school after going through the auditioning stage.
This is a new mile stone development that overally boosted the complexion of the competition to a new height.
The hot demand schools in the competition includes: Vura, SICHE, Burns Creek, Saint John and Auki Primary school.
The third elimination round was marked by style of presentation and interpretation of the songs by each schools marked by their own signature touch and expression.
With every school vying to be crown the first and best in this category, it certainly push all remaining school in the competition to the edge, all working hard on their chorography with the blend of song choice.
Whilst at the same time judges were trying to gauge the display of the different range of vocal tones, varying from low to medium to high notes and how they articulated the notes with power, harmony and clarity.
Obviously the crowd has their say by form of audience appreciation of the performance. In the junior category the provincial representative from Malaita provinces Doris Zoro was still clinging on with her own stamp of style, interpretation and rhythm.
In the adult category the race is between the top four female contestants, which include Annette Auga, Grace Andrew, Joyline Iro and Deborah which literally stun and daze the crowd.
The only male contestant that is on the equal footing with the girls is Jimmy Kaluae.
Those who will be qualified in the quarter final round on the Sunday 7th August 2011 include: Ella, Doris, Natasha, Sandra, Talei, Daniel, Army, Annette, Jimmy, Grace, Joyline, Joey, Deborah, and Aaron.
The star school elimination will be done on stage on the same night, which will determine who goes through to the next round of competition.
Global Youth Leadership Nexus (GYLN) who is the host of this annual competition in partnership with Australian High Commission Office is pleased to profile this competition to a global competitive standard.
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