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APIC–Asia Pacific Innovation Centre Pte Ltd wins bid to host the 13th Karaoke World Championships in Singapore with 40+ country champions expected to participate
By: KWC Asia Events Pte Ltd
“Expect a great show and warm welcome in Singapore as we feature the best of our city-state and celebrate 50 years of independence”
Karaoke World Championships is an international singing competition with over 40 countries participating in 2015. “Singapore and other Asian countries have produced great talent for the competition during the recent years. We are looking forward to a really entertaining show next year”, said Mr Jalo Kotinurmi from the Finland-based International KWC Organization. National trials are conducted in each country with the winners competing in the International finals for the titles of male and female Karaoke World Champions.
Singapore auditions start on 11 January 2015 at the Cuppage Plaza branch of exclusive venue partner Cash Studio Family KTV BOX. For registration details on how to join, visit www.kwcsg.com.
In November 2014, the World Final event was held in Stockholm, Sweden where Diana Villamonte from Panama and Anthony Montius Magee from USA won the Karaoke World Champion title for female and male, respectively. They will be invited to perform as guests in the world finals in Singapore, together with homegrown talents KWC top Asian male finalist Kamsani Jumahat and KWC Singapore female champion Zareen Angulla.
About the organisers:
APIC - Asia Pacific Innovation Centre Pte Ltd is a Singapore-based business matching company with expertise in organizing high-calibre events, meetings, conferences and seminars to facilitate growth and collaboration.
KWC Asia Event Pte Ltd manages and organises the Asia competition of the Karaoke World Championships.