Also a big thank you and congratulations to Clark Hunt,
KC Chiefs Owner and our Community SuperStar.
KS SuperStar featured in the Jewish Chronicle – click here for the story.
What is KC SuperStar?
Produced by the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City, KC SuperStar is an “American Idol” style competition that crowns the best high school singer in the metropolitan area. This year, more than 200 students from over 80 metro high schools registered to participate in the preliminary auditions. Judges selected 22 singers to move on to the Semifinals competition, which was held at the White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center. From the semifinalists, the judges selected 10 singers to compete at the Finals.
During the summer, the KC SuperStar Finalists receive coaching from the event’s executive producer, musical director and choreographer. In August, this great group of contenders performed in a high energy show for a sold-out audience of more than 1700 at Yardley Hall on the Johnson County Community College Campus.
10 finalists were chosen from the semifinal round to compete for the $7,500 scholarship prize and the title of KC SuperStar 2013. Dylan Martin was chosen, by audience vote, as the 2013 KC SuperStar.
Photos by Brian Turner