The New Self-Help Community Foundation will be presenting their 20th annual Talent Xposition of the Arts on Sunday, July 25th at the Harquail Theatre.
This year the Xposition offers the experience of a mixture of recording artists and local talent. Included in the lineup are Rico Rolando, TEODORO; International performers Terry Williams, Lloyd Barker, Dream Chaser Cayman, Radiance Dance studio, Tiffany Connolly, William’s Quartet, Duncan Anderson, Cayman National Dance Company and rising young, gifted performers.
Some of these individuals have been performing on the Talent Xposition’s stage from the tender age of 10, such as Liana DaCosta, Zariah Anglin.
Their growth and development of skill are not to be missed, including appearances from Cayman Music School Rising Stars Colindra McGarvey- Sterling, Reyah Stewart, Johnathon Bedasse, Natalie Bolland, Arianna Anglin and Jardae Barnes, Centre Pointe Dance Studio
UCCI Dancers, Kayla Perndergast, Moriah Praise, JGHS Performing Arts and Gabrielle Best- Butterfield Young Musician of the Year Dequan Smith, CHHS performing Arts to name a few.
Self-Help Foundation’s, CEO, JC Connor remarked, “Extensive research purports that young people who are motivated in the Arts and Humanities excel in school while acquiring new essential learning skills. We believe the performing arts provide ways to raise awareness and inspire creative solutions. For a nation to succeed, it must stimulate and cultivate the creative imagination of its young people. Creativity is core to who we are; the performing arts build a strong foundation for who we become. The demand for creative thinking is increasing in the performing arts; therefore, a transformative change is needed. When young people are encouraged, they become authors of new works.”
The Talent Xposition of the Arts is made possible by the support of sponsors from the public and private sectors.
Gates open at 5:30 pm and the show starts promptly at 6:30pm on Sunday July 25th at the Harquail Theatre. Tickets cost $10 prepaid and can be purchased Funky Tangs & Winners Circle Sports.
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