The wildly popular TV program The Voice. Children. Ukraine has crowned a Georgian boy, 12-year-old Alexandre Zazarashvili, as the winner.
According to the judges, they have never had a talent of such magnitude on their programs before. One of the judges called him the "world's eighth wonder." Alexandre's videos from The Voice have over 3 MILLION views on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nt2Ph9-qYWI
Having won the 1st prize in The Voice, Alexander Zazarashvili has also won a number of other competitions, including Talents of the World "The Road to Carnegie Hall" Competition in Georgia, a competition for children under 18 years old. Alexandre is traveling to the United States for the first time in his life, to perform at Carnegie Hall on September 20th. After Carnegie Hall performance, Alexandre will be touring the USA and will be making a stop at The Ukrainian National Home, 961 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, CT 06114-3137.
Alexander Zazarashvili performs everything from classical, to pop, to Neapolitan songs, to his native Georgian tunes and, of course, some Ukrainian songs that he learnt especially for his Ukrainian friends and fans at The Voice.
Joining Alexandre as guest artists are critically-acclaimed singers - David Gvinianidze, baritone and Olga Lisovska, soprano, President and Director of Talents of the World, an international concert organization. They are both winners of many vocal competitions, have performed at Carnegie Hall, and are soloists with opera houses throughout the world.
Tickets: $30 (general), $20 (children - tickets sold at the door and at Pani Stella) and $80 (sponsor - reserved seating in the front row).
All proceeds will go to cover the cost of bringing talented children from Europe to perform at Carnegie Hall and to finance the Talents of the World Competition Prizes for talented artists.
Main Sponsor - Ukrainian Self Reliance Federal Credit Union in Hartford, CT.
Info: 860-833-0093 (Pani Stella) and (857) 919-4832 (Olga)