Get ready for an evening of awe-inspiring performances as the Students Got Talent competition returns to the Dunstan Playhouse on November 25, 2023.
This talent showcase, exclusively for students aged 18 and above, is not just a platform for celebrating diverse talents but also a celebration of cultural richness and artistic passion. With over $2,000 in prizes and a lineup of ten incredibly talented students from across Adelaide, this event, supported by StudyAdelaide, promises to be a memorable one.
Alexa Faye Vito
Philippines | Singer | TAFE SA
Alexa brings her successful singing career from the Philippines to the stage of Adelaide. With her voice featured in four original compositions and her ongoing studies at TAFESA, Alexa's performance is eagerly anticipated.
Thailand | Thai Instrument | University of Adelaide
Fang, a Masters student in Computing and Innovation at the University of Adelaide. From volunteer work to creating educational content, she's a dynamic presence and a woman of many talents. Her mastery of the Khim, a traditional Thai instrument, is sure to leave the audience spellbound.
Congo | Spoken Word Poetry | University of Adelaide
An International Relations student with a passion for writing, Mwangaza's spoken word poetry is set to stir the hearts of the audience. Her dedication to her craft is evident in every word she delivers.
Adriana Elizabeth Ponce Rongel
Mexico | Opera | Torrens University
With a rich history of performances across continents and a decade of teaching music, Adriana's classical singing will resonate with the audience. Her journey continues in Australia with studies in Business Administration and Public Health.
Germany | Rope Skipping | University of Adelaide
Marcel, an Economics student, brings a unique talent to the stage with his jump-rope artistry. With over 12 years of practice and numerous regional events under his belt, he's a performer who won’t miss a beat.
Brazil | Singer, Guitarist | ILSC Language School
Diego's musical journey spans nearly two decades, with two albums and a single to his credit. Currently studying at ILSC Language School, he's a familiar face in Adelaide's music scene.
Camille Aira Asuncion
Philippines | Multi-instrumentalist | Southern Cross Education Institute
Studying Early Childhood Education and Care, Camille's musical prowess extends across a range of instruments. Her versatility as a musician and songwriter is sure to captivate the audience.
Australia | Singer | Tabor College
A student at the Tabor Institute of Music, Olivia's passion for music shines through her singing and songwriting. With a 'Best Performance' award already to her name, she's a strong contender in this year's competition.
Nahlla Barbosa Salazar
Colombia | Singer, Actor, Dancer | Albright Institute of Business and Language
Nahlla's performance is a blend of jazz and Latin music, deeply rooted in her heritage. As she completes her diploma in Social Communication and Marketing, she aims to explore new paths in the music industry.
Students Got Talent is more than just a talent show; it's a vibrant celebration of cultural diversity and artistic expression. Each performer brings a unique story and talent to the stage, making this event a must-see. Join us at the Dunstan Playhouse to cheer on these talented individuals and witness a night of unforgettable performances!
Book your free tickets to Students Got Talent now
The Students Got Talent final is on Saturday 25 Nov ‘23, Dunstan Playhouse. Book your free tickets now.