The amazing Quatro plays in the semi-finals of Bundy’s Search for a Star.
The amazing Quatro plays in the semi-finals of Bundy’s Search for a Star. Scottie Simmonds

Search for a Star attracts talent

BUNDY'S Search for a Star semi-finals were held yesterday, with 60 hopefuls vying for a place in the top 30.

The event at Shalom College Performing Arts Precinct had locals showing off their great skills.

Local talent included singing, dancing, song and dance, instrumental, glee club and band.

Bundy's Search for a Star event coordinator Brent Ephraims said each year the occasion had gone from strength to strength.

“The calibre of talent that keeps coming back year after year is amazing,” he said.

Mr Ephraims said he was happy he was not a judge, with some hard choices made yesterday.

“It's pretty tough for the judges to decide who to put through to the finals,” he said.

Almost 400 people turned up for the event to watch the talent.

“We had a lot of family members in the audience, which is great.”

The grand final will be held on Saturday, August 21 at the Moncrieff Theatre.



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