The talent display happened in Sundin Music Hall upon Nov. 1, showing to be the success with 5 acts and also a possibility for the viewers to win awards.
Hamline student’s along with students from additional colleges in the particular area sang tracks or exhibited their particular dancing or beatboxing abilities.
Hamline first-year Emily McKenzie visited the talent display to aid the girl friend and fellow-first-year Oliver Sachariason. Sachariason was your first in order to take the phase, carrying out “Beautiful Mess ‘by Kristian Kostov.
“These men and women were lovable, they are just so gifted and We got a blast, ” McKenzie said regarding the talent display.
Padee Vue, leader of HSA, anxious that this year’s theme for Hmong Gratitude Month is usually “Sawv Ua Ke” meaning standing along with each other.
“We as a panel chose this style because we understand that there were obstacles and hurdles within our community right here on campus, especially the Hmong neighborhood, ” Padee mentioned, “our role right here this 12 a few months would be to create the community, an real one, and we may definitely support one another. ”
Bert Shelter, a graduate associated with Concordia College, emceed the event, presenting each act along with humor.
“First plus foremost, he or even she is heading to be performing a song he is been singing considering that the sixth quality, ” Lee believed to introduce Sachariason. “So he’s had a while to practice. ”
Lee also kept audience competitions within between acts which usually consisted of the dance off, performing a go-to enthusiastic song and contending for having the particular highest pitched tone of voice or best pick up line.
The talent show ended with a get quiz to test the audiences’ understanding of the Hmong Student Association’s concept and events, afterwards asking for a group picture up on stage.