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Student of Amadeus Elena Halilaj wins the audition for participation in "Pristina Kids Fest"

Jury consisting of Adelina Palojës, Denik Prizren and Safet Berisha, after an open audition, has selected eight children from two age groups to participate in the final night of this international festival, writes KultPlus.

Finalists were announced that will represent Kosovo in the International Singing Festival "Kids Fest Prishtina" which this year marks its 7th anniversary.

Jury after an open audition has estimated that the best candidates in the category from 7 to 10 years are Stina Shala, Hana Orllati, Erza Hasolli, Eros Hysaj while the second category of 11 to 15 years the best audition were announced Greta Azizi, Jona Zeneli, ELENA HALILAJ and Natyra Ademi.
Elena HALILAJ is student of music school "Amadeus" in Pristina. Since two years she is attending violin and singing lessons. 
In the final evening of the festival, except participants/solists from Kosovo, will also compete soloists from Germany, Slovenia, Macedonia, Turkey, Romania, Albania, Bulgaria. These participants are winners of several international prices.

On the final night which is going to be held on 29 October will be shared by three prizes in two categories and the biggest prize of the festival, for best vocal of the two categories "Grand Prix".

International Singing Festival "Kids Fest Prishtina" is the first festival of its kind in Kosovo, organized by the International Multicultural Centre for Children and Youth "Fireflies" by director Drita Rudi . The festival aims to stimulate and promotion of new musical productions for children and the creation of new stars, making detection of the best vocals.

Also, the festival aims to create opportunities for cooperation and recognition of children from different countries.

The festival is conceited as a show where young cultural ambassadors will have the opportunity to express musicality and culture of the country you represent. The days of festival will be dedicated precisely to those kids, writes Kult Plus.com