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Acts from U-46 schools to compete in TalentFest

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  • Minds of Magik placed first at the South Elgin High School Talent show. Appearing magically inside a seemingly empty box is Trenton Williams, while his partner, Alec Dylo, reacts behind. Eighteen acts competed at South Elgin High School. Two acts were chosen to proceed to the finals for all five U-46 high schools, TalentFest 2014. This act has been to TalentFest before.

      Minds of Magik placed first at the South Elgin High School Talent show. Appearing magically inside a seemingly empty box is Trenton Williams, while his partner, Alec Dylo, reacts behind. Eighteen acts competed at South Elgin High School. Two acts were chosen to proceed to the finals for all five U-46 high schools, TalentFest 2014. This act has been to TalentFest before.
    Courtesy of Dave Tonge

  • The rock band Sean's Decipels placed second at South Elgin High School's talent show. Band members include, from left, lead singer Jessica Perny, Peter Brankovic, Sean Falcon and drummer Erik Stacy. They played the song "All I Wanted." TalentFest 2014 takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, at the Hemmens in Elgin and features the top two finishing acts from each of the five high schools in District U-46.

      The rock band Sean's Decipels placed second at South Elgin High School's talent show. Band members include, from left, lead singer Jessica Perny, Peter Brankovic, Sean Falcon and drummer Erik Stacy. They played the song "All I Wanted." TalentFest 2014 takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, at the Hemmens in Elgin and features the top two finishing acts from each of the five high schools in District U-46.
    Courtesy of Dave Tonge

 
 

A magic act and a rock band were South Elgin High School's two top finishers when the school held its talent contest Thursday, April 10.

Minds of Majik and Sean's Decipels will join the top finishing acts from Larkin, Elgin, Streamwood and Bartlett high schools to compete in TalentFest 2014. The other schools held their talent contests several weeks ago.

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The annual showcase of Elgin Area School District U-46 talent takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, at the Hemmens, 45 Symphony Way, Elgin. Tickets are $5. Purchase tickets online at www.hemmens.org or at the door.

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