Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra Performs Blue Danube for 2017 “The Orchestra Moves” Carnegie Hall Link Up Concert in the Main Theater at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center on May 2, 2017 at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Florida. Over 1400 4th grade students from the surround local area schools attended and performed along with the orchestra with their recorders and voices.
This video was shoot with a Kodak SP360 4K Dual Cameras.
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Governor Mike Huckabee playing with the Mulligans at the Okaloosa County Republican Party Lincoln Dinner on March 25, 2017.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 3 months ago
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By Emerald Coast TV — 6 years ago
On April 14, 2013, fourteen finalists battled it out to determine who would be this year’s Emerald Coast Sing Off champion. Watch a highlights video of the entire event.
Congratulations to Seventeen year old Brittany Weeks, from Niceville, FL – the Emerald Coast Sing Off 2013 – WINNER, with Head Judge, Geoff McBride.
To capture the title Brittany stole the hearts, and the votes of the judges and the fans, when she sang an original song she wrote called “Beautiful Soul”, and followed that up in the final round with “Feeling Good” by Michael Buble. And both songs were sang A Capella.
Also, congratulations to 16 year old Jennifer Johnson for coming in second,
Meghan Erlacher for winning third place,
Jonny Shidemantle 4th and
CJ Peake 5th.
And congrats to all 14 finalists who competed against 200 awesome singers from three states that auditioned, and were chosen to advance to the elimination round of 35, and then sang again and were chosen to compete in the finals round of 14. Therefore, all 14 singers in the finals were multiple winners who had to put in many hours of hard work to get to the finals, – and they are all champions.
* For more information about this event, go to the website at www.EmeraldCoastSingOff.com.
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