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Boys dominate the Do Re Mi children singing contest

Update: September, 30/2013 - 14:00
The duo Quoc Thai (below) and Nhat Minh perform the Can You Feel the Love Tonight from the Lion King. Two boys won the Do Re Mi singing contest on Sunday night. – Photo vnexpress

HA NOI – The six-year-old Quoc Thai, together with his seven-year-old teammate Nhat Minh, won the Do Re Mi (Do Re Mi) children singing contest last night in Ha Noi.

The children duo conquered judges and audiences by their surprising tenor voices when they duet the song Que Toi (My Homeland) by songwriter Anh Minh. Moreover, the duo exposed potential acting skills when they performed an opera-inspired act adapted from the Lion King.

The boys also won The Most Favourite Duo vote by audiences.

With the winning, the boys will have a trip to Australia to visit the Hello Music Land in Melbourne, where they will have chance to sharpen their singing and performing skills.

The finale of the seventh season challenged competitors to sing with music band and to perform an opera-inspired act.

The boy-and-girl duo Huong Thao and Ngoc Nhat, who performed the song Tu Rung Xanh Chau Ve Tham Lang Bac (A Child from Central Highlands Visits Ho's Mausoleum) and an extract from the Les Misérables, granted the second prize.

The girl duo Quynh Dao and Khanh Ngoc, who presented the song Em La Bong Hong Nho (I Am a Small Rose) in jazz style and staged The Little Match Girl, received the third prize. — VNS

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