10 years young Master Amoghavarsha Bhat, a Grade 4 student of Delhi Private School, Dubai, hailing from Mangalore is one selected out of 200 children entries in the whole of UAE to ‘Voice of UAE 2017’ singing competition scheduled to be held on 1st December, 2017 at Sh. Rashid Auditorium, Dubai to be judged by Bollywood Singing Sensation Kavitha Krishnamurthy.
Son of Prasanna T.N. & Smitha Bhat, who is also a trained singer & dancer from Puttur is well groomed by his parents into singing from childhood. Amoghavarsha is formally getting trained in Carnatic Classical Music and is also learning Mrudanga and Guitar simultaneously.
Amoghavarsha has made a name for himself through his singing in Dubai’s Global Village 2017 platform. He has also performed in Sharjah Karnataka Sangha annual programmes and also had won second runner-up in UAE Level Kannada Film Song competition held by the Sangha in the year 2016. His performances in Ocean Kids Extravaganza 2017, 2nd Kannada Sahitya Sammelana, Basava Jayanthi Celebrations, KADAM Annual Events, 20th Anniversary Event of UAE Havyaka Sangha and received thunderous appreciation and name for himself everywhere he performed.
Some of his achievement/credentials include:-
Prasanna T.N. & Smitha Bhat
Currently he is preparing for the finals for ‘Voice of UAE 2017’ which is going to be held on 1st of December, 2017 at sh. Rashid Auditorium, Indian High School, Oud Metha Road, Dubai which is being organized by SKS Events.
We wish him good luck.
Some of the links of his past performances are here below:-
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