LOCALS showed off their singing prowess with great success at this year's Limestone Coast Showcase.
Held at the Wehl St Theatre, Mount Gambier, the five day event was an opportunity for student vocalists and choirs in the SE to show off their talent in front of a large audience.
Judge Liz Tripodi, the founder of the Vocal Arts Studio in Melbourne, said all the performers were very professional and of a high quality.
Naracoorte's Georgia Hunter, Jessica Martin, Alice Miles, Robyn Mencel, Anne Woodard, Chloe Williams and the Naracoorte High School choral group all received a placing or honourable mention.
Penola's Jayden Prelc and Sarah Williams and Cara Gooding and Liam Gooding from Naracoorte also did well.
Georgia Hunter - 1. Modern Ballad U/16; Honourable Mention: Own Choice U/16.
Jessica Martin - 3. Sacred Song U/19.
Alice Miles - eq 3. Own Choice U/14; 2. Character Song from Walt Disney U/14; 2. Contemporary Popular Song U/14; 3. Character Song from Film or Music Theatre U/14; 1. Self Composed Song Open; Honourable Mention Song by an Australian Composer U/14.
Robyn Mencel - Honourable Mention Folk Song Open; Honourable Mention Jazz Swing Open; Honourable Mention Adam Lindsay Gordon Award; 3. Latin Solo Open; 3. Jazz Blues Open; 2. Sacred Solo Open; eq 1. Song by an Australian Composer.
Anne Woodard - 3. Self Accompanied Song Open; eq 3. Wokurna Forestry Non-Tertiary Jazz Award Open; 2. Jazz Blues Open; 2. Folk Song Open; eq 1. Song by an Australian Composer Open; 1. Traditional Ballad Open; 1. Humorous Song Open.
Chloe Williams - Honourable Mention Traditional Ballad U/16; Honourable Mention Susic Family Award: Character Song from Film or Music Theatre U/16; Honourable Mention PL & AZ Monaghan Memorial Award: Song From Music Theatre U/19; 2. Country Solo U/16.
Naracoorte High School - 3rd Small Choral Group U/19.