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Main Line Talent Show Winners

Young Main Line singers, dancers and musicians at their best




Main Line Talent Show winners

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Who knows, we might have just seen the next Tina Fey, Will Smith or the Roots strut their stuff on a Philly stage. The 2014 Main Line Talent Show introduced the area to 28 of the most, well, talented kids around, and MetroKids was proud to play a role in the big show. Prizes were awarded in two age categories, 8-12 and 13-16, but to our eyes and ears, everyone who performed was a winner. So we extend a hearty congratulations to all the participants — we can’t wait to see you do your thing again soon.

Look for the winners on an upcoming cover of MetroKids and stay posted for your chance to audition for next year's show.

8-12 Age Range

1st-place winner: Bridget Walsh (St. Katherine of Siena) sang and tap-danced to “Born to Entertain”

2nd-place winner: Alex Paino (Radnor Elementary School) played “Angry Young Man” on the piano

3rd-place winner: Alesandra Pollack (Gladwyne Elementary School) sang “Part of Your World”

Abby Frantz, vocals, and Eliza Pentz, guitar (Valley Forge Middle School), sang and played “Love Story”

Aidan Peterson (The Shipley School) played “Bacello” (Notre Dame victory march) on the cello and trumpet

Alexander Markel (Tredyffrin/Easttown Middle School) sang “Smile”

Anastasia Markel (Tredyffrin/Easttown Middle School) sang “Once Upon a December”

Earthquakes, a band of Norwood-Fontbonne Academy students Joseph Guller, Jake Guller and Brandon McBride, performed “When I Come Around”

Emma Krapels (Tredyffrin/Easttown Middle School) sang and played piano to “Let It Go”

Fiona Moser (Agnes Irwin School) sang and danced to “Naughty”

Justin Leach (The Shipley School) twirled the baton

Lanie Walsh (St. Katherine of Siena) sang “Let It Go”

Maddie Shine (Valley Forge Middle School) danced to “All of Me”

Theresa Hughes (Ithan Elementary School) sang “Let It Go”

Click for the 13-16 age range.

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