Aza Deschamps is competing in the Valley Voices Vocal Competition this year.

Aza Deschamps in top 25 of Valley Voices Vocal Competition

Revelstoke's Aza Deschamps is competing in the Valley Voices Vocal Competition again this year.

Contributed by Sarah Mickel

Aza Deschamps is competing in the Valley Voices Vocal Competition again this year. The competition, based out of Abbotsford, B.C., is open to all B.C. residents.

She made it through the audition segment and is one of the top 25 qualifiers. The top 25 have videos posted on the competition’s Facebook page.

Over the next few days they will be competing for your votes. Casting your vote is as easy as clicking “Like” on the videos you enjoy. Unfortunately you must be a Facebook user to vote.

The top 15 contestants with the most likes will move forward to the semi-finals, with a live performance at a location to be announced in the Lower Mainland. If Aza makes it through the semi-finals and is one of the top six, she will compete at the Agrifair in Abbotsford on August 4 with a live band.

Aza is 11-years-old and she loves music. During last year’s competition she was the youngest competitor and placed second overall. The piano playing, guitar strumming vocalist is hoping to make through to finals again this year. She needs as many votes (Likes) as she can get before June 2.

Have a listen, spread the word….. and thank you all in advance.

Click here to vote.

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