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Muscat gear-up to host Gulf Voice of Mangalore IV


Daijiworld Media Network - Muscat

Muscat, Mar 18: One of the most popular among the Konkani speaking people residing in the Gulf countries and eagerly awaited Konkani singing talent hunt show, titled “Gulf Voice of Mangalore” will be presented in its fourth edition in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman by the Mangalorean Catholic Centre of the Parish (MCCP Oman.)  Preliminary and semi-final rounds will be held in the respective countries by the Konkani organizations of the respective countries and the Mangalorean Catholic Centre of the Parish (MCCP Oman) will organize the grand finale at Grande Hall of Al Falaj Hotel – Ruwi on Friday, 7th November 2014.

Stanley Fernandes, past president and past chairman of the Mangalorean Catholic Centre of the Parish (MCCP Oman) and an ardent supporter of the Konkani Cultural programs in Muscat and Mangalore, will be the Chairman of the Organizing Committee for the forth-coming season of the Gulf Voice of Mangalore.


Stanley Fernandes


GVOM seasons I, II and III had created sensation among the Mangaloreans worldwide. This season too will definitely create waves and provide platform to the budding Mangalorean talents of the Gulf Region.  Initiated by Lawrence Pinto and Louis Rodrigues from Kuwait, from the time of its inception, Gulf Voice of Mangalore has come a long way giving opportunities to many young Mangalorean talents across the Middle East.



Founder of GVOM : Louis Rodrigues and Lawrence Pinto, Kuwait

The first, second and third seasons were successfully organized by the Youth Recreation Center – Kuwait, Mangalore Konkans – Dubai and Mangalore Cultural Association - Doha Qatar respectively. 

Now the ball is rolled to Oman…and the organizers  The Mangalorean Catholic Centre of the Parish (MCCP Oman.) are all set to host the prestigious event  GVOM-4, of which preliminary details are as follows:

Applications will be online shortly on Daijiworld, the official website of this event.

The rules and regulations of the competition and the details of the coordinators / organizers of the participating countries are as mentioned below:

Rules and Regulations

1) Conditions of entry


The competition is open to singers of Mangalore origin with residence in any of the GCC countries and should complete 18 years when they participate in the preliminary rounds.  Participants should hold valid country (GCC residing) residence. Visit Visa holders are not entitled for the competition. The title holders of the previous THREE  GVOM’s will be restricted from participating in this season. The runners up of the previous three seasons are permitted to try for the title this year.

2) Format of the Competition

The competition will be held in two categories, as male and female category separately, in three stages:

• A preliminary round auditioned anonymously by local preliminary judging panel of respective country.  6 male and 6 female singers will be selected from each country for the semi-final round to be held in the same country.

•  Semi-Finals for the chosen 12, which will be held in the respective countries on or before 30th September 2014. Judging panel either from the same country or from the participating countries or from India is at the discretion of the local organizers. One male and one female voice will be selected for the Final title.

• Grand finale will be held in Muscat on Friday, 7th November 2014 for both the categories from the participating six GCC nations, judged by the Jury as decided by MCCP Muscat – the organizers of the event.

3) Prizes

There will be 3 prizes awarded in each category as Winner, 1st runner up and 2nd runner up

Winner : Rs 1, 00,000/- (Indian Rupees One Lakh only), Trophy and the title Gulf Voice of Mangalore in each category

1st Runners Up: Rs. 50,000/ (Indian Rupees Fifty Thousand only) and a Trophy in each category
2nd Runners Up: Rs. 25,000/- (Indian Rupees Twenty Five Thousand only) and a Trophy in each category

The decisions of the jury are final and incontestable.

The prizes will be awarded at the end of the finale.

4) Applications

Candidates must send to the address given on the official entry form to arrive no later than the deadline date as decided by their local organizers with the following

• Application form duly filled in Capital letters or typewritten

• Copy of the passport or identity card as a proof of residence and age.

• A nominal payment fixed by local organizers as registration fee at their respective countries.

• 2 recent photographs of good quality, free of rights (or CD ROM  300 dpi)

• A complete CV with short biography

The competition will only consider applications submitted with all requested supporting material. Applications can be filled and submitted personally, email to the local organizing committee of the respective country or through online form of www.daijiworld.com

5) Selection of songs

The competition is dedicated to Konkani Songs chosen only from the released Mangalorean albums (DVD/CD/Cassette). Religious hymns are not allowed. Any song which devalues the moral or any kind of attack on religion, person or country is not permitted and  such entry will be disqualified.

6) Auditions: A preliminary drawing of lots will determine the order in which candidates will perform for the audition rounds which will be held in the respective country of residence. 12 Candidates (6 Male and 6 Female) will be selected by a panel of qualified local judges on the basis of the performance (6 from each category). Their decision will be communicated to each candidate at the end of the program. Only box guitar is allowed for audition during the preliminary rounds. No electronic instruments allowed. No sequence / minus track allowed for any rounds. All songs should be sung in Konkani and from memory.  Selected applicants will receive an official invitation specifying date, time and venue in order to register personally in respective country of origin. The candidates confirm that they are free of all professional obligations during the competition and that they can travel and stay in Muscat for the grand Finale. If selected for semi- finals, the participant should give the organizers the names of five Mangalorean Konkani songs (only from the released albums) and the name of the album / composer of the song in their priority order.

7) Semifinals: A preliminary drawing of lots will determine the order in which candidates will perform for the semifinal rounds which will be held in the respective country of residence. The local organizers will provide the song to be sung for this round from the song list provided by the participants. The song should not cross 6 minutes including music. Live Music as accompaniment for semifinals will be provided by the local organizers or can be performed on minus tracks – as decided by the local organizers. (Local Organizers should note that either minus tracks or live band to be used for the full length of the competition and not the both. That means it can not be for some competitors given opportunity to sing with minus tracks and some with live music.). The competition can be one round or more than one round as per the local requirement and decision by the local organizers of the respective country. The judges will select the 2 finalists from each participating country, one male and one female, from the 12 Semifinalists. Semifinals should be held on or before 30th September 2014 and winners names and details should be forwarded to MCCP Muscat soon after the competition.

8) Grand Finale: Will be held in Muscat on Friday, 7th November 2014. Celebrity Judges as nominated by the Host country organizers, will select 2 best voices, one male and one female after the finalists go through interesting and challenging rounds. Live Music by professional musicians will be accompanied at the final event to be held in Muscat will be arranged by the Host country Main organizers.  Grand finale will be conducted in THREE rounds.

First Round :       The Song of his/her choice supported by the Live Band to be sung from Memory - (the song which is approved/agreed by the organizers to avoid duplication of song by any other singer/s)

Second Round:  The singing of the Song without music accompaniment by the live band to be performed, only a chord will be given to commence the singing. The song for this round will be decided by one of the judges on the spot, out of the list of songs provided by the singer after the audition / preliminary round.

Third Round:  The “Common Song” in the third Round shall be as selected by the organizers. The contestant can sing the ‘Common SONG’ either from Memory or can refer the Lyrics.  Live Music will accompany.

The best voice in each category will win the title of Gulf Voice of Mangalore and will carry home the prestigious trophy and prize money as per the entitlement. There will also be First and Second Runners up trophy and the prize entitlement in each category. The judge’s decision will be final and incontestable, and shall be accepted respectfully by all participants and the organizers.

9) Judging Criteria: The Judges will take into account the special characteristics of Song Recital as an artistic partnership between singer and will consider:

- Understanding of the genre

- Choice of material
- Musicianship ( Rhythm and control over the song)
- Technical Competence  (Clarity of words, pitch,  quality and voice culture)
- Rapport with the audience
- Versatility in program (expression and general presentation)
- Every contestant will be encouraged with a suggestion by one of the jury member after their performance

10) Transport, accommodation, publicity and insurances

• The travel arrangement and insurance from the respective country to Muscat has to be arranged by the local organizers of the respective country.

• The arrangements of the local transport and accommodation in Muscat for the Grand Finale Participants will be provided by The Mangalorean Catholic Centre of the Parish (MCCP Oman.)
Publicity

The Competition reserves the right without payment of fees to record, televise, and film, video, broadcast or photograph all stages of the competition for media or archive purposes as well as to produce a publicity CD or DVD of all stages of the competition.

The Competition reserves the right to use photos and biographies of the candidates and is responsible for the conception of all communication media.

Insurance

The selected candidates have responsibility to arrange a health and accident insurance policy for the duration of their stay in Muscat.  It is not a must for the competition.

11) Cancellation

Should the competition be cancelled because of war, civil or political disturbance, epidemic, fire, national mourning, strikes, the Competition shall not be held responsible and will be cleared of all expenses.

12) GENERAL

The organizers reserve the right to refuse any entry without giving reasons. The jury has the right to stop any candidate’s performance at any stage of the competition. Prizes are awarded, and may be withheld, at the jury’s sole discretion. The jury’s decisions are final. The organizers reserve the right to record or broadcast any part of the semifinal or final without payment to the participants. Organizers cannot accept liability for any loss or injury arising in connection with any candidate’s participation in the Competition howsoever caused. The details given herein are correct at the time of going to press but the organizers reserve the right to alter the arrangements as occasion demands.

Daijiworld will be the official media partner for this event.

Details of the local organizers are as follows :

Comment on this article

  • DONY LOBO, MILAGRES- MANGALORE(QATAR)

    Sun, May 11 2014

    Congratulations to MCCP Muscat and Stanybaab in advance for what I expect will be a grand success in holding the GVOM contest 2014 chapter.
    Also, all the best to all the contestants from all regions of the gulf who will be taking part in the prelims and semi-final and ultimate finals and winners. The fact that so many contestants who are living in the gulf have not forgotten their Mother-tongues rather than become “Artificial English speakers”….itself is a thing to feel proud about.
    Doesn’t matter whether one has made CDs or Albums or remained only simple home singers or bathroom singers , but once they climb the steps of the stage …… All contestants should treat themselves as Equal among Equals and deliver the best to the crowd and the judges.
    My only request which I would very strongly emphasize is that within acceptable perimeters let the contestants choose songs originally sung by any singers because we understand from reliable sources that earlier only songs sung by certain individuals or their family members were preferred for ultimate consideration.
    Once again I WISH THE ORGANISERS ALL THE BEST and MAY GOD BLESS ONE AND ALL OF THEM AND all THE CONTESTANTS

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  • MONICA Valdar Olwali, Loretto-Dubai

    Thu, Mar 20 2014

    Good news. I would love to see every Konkani singing TALENT on the stage to exhibit her/his talent during this amazing opportunity. NO ONE IS A PROFESSIONAL AS EVERY DAY IS A NEW DAY TO LEARN NEW THINGS ABOUT SINGING. THERE IS NO FULL STOP TO LEARNING. Some singers get a chance to sing in shows and albums does not make them Professionals. It is an opportunity they get to enhance their Talent. I was out of Dubai during the first GVOM, hence could not participate. I was in GVOM 2 but did not even make it the second level of 6 singers. But i took it very positively and here i am proud of myself. People recognize me for what I am today. GVOM is the best PLATFORM to bring in a lot of challenges in you. How you take it, it depends on you! You won… it is not the end, GVOM gives a platform, you continue … dont stop waiting for others to give you opportunities…. and if you lose, that is also a challenge for you to work hard on your talents and create a unique space for yourself in this world. No one stops you. SUPPORT YOURSELF AND SUPPORT OTHERS!! Bravo GVOM TEAM. My Salute. MCCP Oman, a huge responsibility ahead of you… i am sure it is going to be a HIT. LOTS OF PRAYERS AND BEST WISHES ALWAYS

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  • ivan Pinto, Magalore, Dubai

    Wed, Mar 19 2014

    Professional singers are those who make a living out of Music either as a performer or teacher. I don't think we have any singer in the Gulf who makes a living just with music

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  • Wilson Saldanha, Shirthady/ Kuwait

    Wed, Mar 19 2014

    3 of 3:
    Here in this forum, I wish MCCP a good luck and all the best for the event. let it be a memorable and best one in the history of GVOM and Konkani singing. let us use our hands to applaud for MCCP instead of using to pull their legs. We must remember it is not a general election to blame. Let us together appreciate and encourage MCCP for their great efforts to bring this international show for the benefit of budding talents. Hats off to them who took courage to organize this show. Our appreciation will surely encourage many associations to bring many such shows. I am 100% sure the show will be a super hit. I always trust that God blesses the people who really do the work with dedication. I am expecting a flood of 'Disagree' to my comment which will surely turn into a blessing to MCCP for the success of the show.

    I liked the comments from Nancy D'souza, Lionel, Gerry D'Mello & fly, Prashanth Sequeira and others who are positive. Because of such people Konkani and Konkani programs are alive today.

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  • Wilson Saldanha, Shirthady/ Kuwait

    Wed, Mar 19 2014

    2 of 3:
    4. Regarding participating again and again, it is a challenge to be faced. As per rules provided by organizers, only the title holders are not allowed to participate again. Others can try any number of times to win the contest. Even from our school days we are learning that we should not see back once we lose in studies, sport or any activities. We must try again and again till we reach our goal. Whatever type of singer you can be, the performance at that moment of competition is considered for judgment. Your previous experience, shows or CDs are not counted for the judgment. I have heard the comments of original singers mentioning that some of the participant has sung better than that in the original CDs/singers. Even a very new singer can defeat professional singers in a competition if he sings better than him during that moment of judgment.

    5. Regarding the future of winners, the GVOM has put its effort in searching talents. It is others duty to give them chance during their events. According to me no Konkani artists can make money by their Singing or other talents comparing to other languages. It is their hobby and love towards Konkani. They can take it as their part time profession. The allowance paid to them for events is much lesser than the accommodation charges of artists of other languages. We Mangaloreans including me are very good in grumbling, pointing out mistakes when someone ventures in something for language and pulling their legs. How many of us are supporting for Konkani events either financially or by contributing our services. It is shame clicking 'disagree' when someone wishing good luck for a program.

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  • Lancy Henry Moras, Moushmi Creations

    Thu, Mar 20 2014

    Dear Wilson Saldanha..needless to say u have cut your soft heart and spoke openly. I have a standing SALUTE for your 5th point especially.


    To be honest, I have a preserved HUG for you..if God willing, we meet on a fine day SIR.


    Hats off to our "KONKANI MAI BHAAS".

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  • Wilson Saldanha, Shirthady/ Kuwait

    Wed, Mar 19 2014

    1 of 3:
    It is surprising to read some of comments for this news article which may stop any organization organizing events for budding and new talents. The 'disagrees' are more than 'agree' when someone wishes good luck for the show which is meant for newcomers. I have been watching all the previous three seasons, its organizers and participants closely and below are some of my personal comments on the article as well as the comments.

    1. All the previous shows were well organized and lauded as best Konkani reality show not only by audience, but also the legends of Konkani music such as Wilfy Rebimbus, Joel Pereira, Melwyn peris, Henry D'Souza and many more.

    2. The competition is only for the residents of Gulf and category mentioned as "professional Singer" doesn't match anyone in Gulf except for few people such as Ronny D'Cunha who is professionally trained and also providing training to budding singers selflessly. Such people took part in judging the GVOM auditions, Semis as local judges and never took part in competition. Singing on stage and CDs doesn't make anyone professional. I appreciate Prashanth Sequeira, Shirva/Dubai for his comment on this.

    3. Regarding judgment, no one can question as the judges are professional in the music field and very respectable persons who will never do mistakes when it comes to judgment. Normal audience only considers performance and the way they enjoy with the performance and judges consider all technical aspects. Audience can only point out when there are some issues which makes the participant to disqualify when he breaks the rules & regulations mentioned by Organizers.

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  • Nancy D'souza, Mangalore

    Wed, Mar 19 2014

    It is amazing to read the positive and depressing to read adverse comments that is curbing the spirit and confidence of the singers. This platform is for every person who has talent and meeting the comp. Criteria! The professionals did not become just professionals... they have worked hard, given time for their talent with appropriate training to reach this level... therefore they are confident. As well said by one of the person commented wisely... the winner is not based on the voice quality alone... but judged on all the criteria that has been laid out in the format of competition. Hence, whether a fresher or old... work hard.... Practice well.. Especially get vocal training from a professional trainer...! and give a tough competition to the professional singers... surely I bet the best deserving singer will emerge as the winner!and maybe a new professional will be introduced to the Konkani community! Nonetheless... all the finalists are already recognized on the international level... obviously such good voices will be on the commercial radar ... so why worry! Each and Every aspirant who wish to participate... just work hard to practice well through a good vocal trainer... All the best.

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  • Lionel, Doha

    Wed, Mar 19 2014

    Some smart people are trying to help themselves by making excuses like professional singers, repeat contestants, age groups etc etc. In countries other than UAE and Kuwait it is very difficult for organizers to get the bare minimum 12 contestants required for audition. If you want to further filter them on such basis, then there will be only one or two candidates left. If you are not dedicated, weak and afraid of competition, then this contest is not for you. I know in the past some very talented singers have stayed away from competing because of such gossip. As far as I know the only restriction from the organizers is - below 18, visit visa holders and past winners are not eligible to contest. If you look at the previous winners, they belonged to different categories, some professional some non-professional, repeaters, young old etc. That's the beauty of this competition.

    So I urge all singers to participate, irrespective of whether you are professional,beginner, sung in albums, contested previously etc. to participate in this contest.That will surely raise the standard of the competition. I have full faith in the organizers the panel of judges, especially in view of the successful GVOM held in Doha.

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  • Gerry D'Mello & fly, Bendur / Canada

    Wed, Mar 19 2014

    Kudos to MCCP Muscat for shouldering a great responsibility in organizing GVOM 1V Edition. Being one of the founding members of this great association I feel proud that a mammoth event like GVOM organized in Muscat under the MCCP banner. I wish the very best to our beloved Dattu Stanley Fernandes, the Chairman of the organizing committee and to everyone who is involved in this spectacular event. We pray that GVOM 1V may witness a thrilling success! Great going MCCP... keep up your great spirit!

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  • Rohan Dsouza, Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    All the best to Muscat MCCP

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  • Prashanth Sequeira, Shirva / Dubai

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Professional singer ???? What do you people mean by Professional. If he/she has a melodious voice, then we cannot call them as a Professional singer. They should have a singing knowledge, Voice/breath control while singing, stage appearance etc etc then only we can call as a Professional singer and as per my knowledge in the Konkani community very few people go for vocal training classes where as the rest are just a singers. So if you know how to sing then anyone can participate in this competition.

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  • Philip, Dubai- Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Nice Thought by Santhosh, Clitus, Walter, Reena, Rakesh and other readers. This is the truth as of today. As the singers who sing in successful albums get noticed more than the winners of these shows. So it is also relevant aspect and suggestions given by the readers here like avoiding the contestants who had contested earlier, giving opportunities for the budding singers rather than so called professional singers and also encouraging and funding the musicians who bring out albums with so much of efforts. If the organizations take heed of these comments from readers, we can see continuous growth in the development of these singers rather than just making them winners. All the best for the event.

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  • Lionel Lobo, Doha -Qatar

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Dear GVOM aspirants, dont listen to private suggestions made by some weak minded people. If you have talent and courage, do go and participate and win. Follow the rules made by organizers and not everyone else. The judges rate talent and not which country the participant is from and how many times he/she has participated.

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  • L Dsa, Muscat

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    My humble view is, let the competition teamed in 3 Groups, Group -1 Less than 20 years, Group-2: 20-30 age, Group-3 30-40. But, Please let 40 stay away!!...then in the Group-wise one would evolve the best, unlike a 19 year old to struggle with 39 year old competitor. I hope, Organizers will take note of this view, and I wish all the best.

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  • Santhosh, Mangalore/Dubai

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Good reviews from Clitus and Walter N. The event should be with new contestants which will provide ample opportunities to the budding singers. One of the fact always puzzles me that the winners of these shows seldom get opportunity to sing and make it big in the Konkani Music albums unless these associations do something to encourage musicians too in their efforts who actually give opportunities to these singers and keep the flame going. It's time to think in this aspect too.

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  • Lancy Henry Moras, Moushmi Creations

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    I wish each and every Konkani singing participant the best of best for his/her daring stand on the huge organized stage. Whoever sings from true heart-mind-soul, he should deserve the most honorable 4th GOVM title. Since I am residing in Saudi Arabia I wholeheartedly wish all the best for the singers who will participate in the major middle east singing competition event. May God bless the founders of GOVM and MCCP organizers of GOVM 4th year. I press the agree option for Robert Mendonca and he is cent percent true in saying that.

    Long live our “Konkni Mai Bhaas”.

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  • Robert Mendonca, Udupi/Dubai

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Dear Mr. Lancy Moras,
    Thanks for agreeing my opinion and I'm glad that being a song composer you too feel the same as i do. Every organizers say that winning is not important, but participation is more important. So when the professional singers take part in such competition, then what is the use of others to be a part of it ? Where results are already known in advance.

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  • Lancy Henry Moras, Moushmi Creations

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    If you speak out from the true heart, readers will choose the dis-agree option. Do not worry as Heavenly God will bless them also and their mind will be rinsed. May God bless you dear Robert.

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  • Robert Mendonca, Udupi/Dubai

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Organizers must take care of professional singers who already have a lot of knowledge in singing and have already sung in few Konkani albums. If these contestants participate then there is no doubt that they will win. Then what is the use of such competition ???

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  • Reena Lobo, surathkal/Oman

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    I completly agree with Mr. Robert. I have also seen that many professional singers take part in such competition. So normal singers who didn't get the platform yet, will not be able to show their singing talent.

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  • Rakesh D'souza, Mangalore / Kuwait

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    I agree...Dear professional singers kindly give chance to others, those who Haven t got the chance to perform on stage. Let them also come up and show their singing talent.

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  • Prescilla Menezes, boliyar / kulshekar/Oman

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Yeah...! the long awaited popular event is on the Cards now... and the organizing committee is all geared up. Wishes and Blessings will certainly help for a grand success of the event. Let's mangies from Muscat come together and make it a remarkable event. All the best Stany Dattu and the Organizing Team.

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  • Roney & Aboline D'Cunha., Koppa - Dubai

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Dear Stanley,
    It's a great challenge indeed, that MCCP has ventured into, to host the prestigious GVM event - the 4th edition. It is a task that needs to be meticulously planned & uted especially knowing the fact that all the past 3 editions were, great shows, one better than the other, not forgetting the fact that the competency too has grown year after year. Under the able leadership of Stanley Rodrigues and his MCCP Team, we trust & hope they would put up a thunderous & successful show. All the very best.

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  • Walter N, Mangalore/Muscat

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Yes Clitus...its true!..some people use this platform to gain just publicity and are in the habit of participating every year without any success :) and simply upload their photos in FB and claim their prominence in the community !... This in fact marginalized other young, talented youths in the community, and same time also created a hindrance to other youngsters who can be proved much better.

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  • Orson, Manipal/Kuwait

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Wishing each and every country a successful round of auditions, semifinals and may the best voice win the coveted title...

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Good to know that Muscat is gearing up to host Gulf Voice of Mangalore TV.All the best.Thanq.

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  • Clitus, DOHA

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Wishing Good Luck to all the contestants of 2014 GVOM. Suggestion to those who have already participated and reached finals should not participate again and again. This should be taken care of by the organizers of various GCC.

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  • Reshma, Kuwait

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Hope this time to Kuwait will win!

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  • Arun Dsouza, Kuwait

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Very good opportunity for budding singers to come to the fame...all the best organisers..well done

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  • Rohan Sequiera, Dubai

    Tue, Mar 18 2014

    Wishing good luck to all the contestants of 2014 Gulf Voice of Mangalore

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