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Colors Infinity brings another season English singing talent hunt

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MUMBAI: Looking for the next English singing protégé, COLORS INFINITY returns with India’s first ever home-grown English language singing talent show – The Stage. Season 2 promises to be even bigger and better after the resounding success of its first edition. In the first season, 20 singers were given the opportunity of a lifetime to take the stage and display their talent. But this year, singers across the country will get an opportunity to participate and become a part of this life-changing experience by submitting their video entries on http://www.colorsinfinity.com/thestage/ starting June 10th, 2016.

With call for entries the second season promises to attract talent from every corner of the country, giving them a platform to exhibit their singing prowess. Shortlisted participants from the online entries will vie in the on-ground auditions to be held in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru for the final spots. Judges Vishal Dadlani, Monica Dogra, Ehsaan Noorani and Devraj Sanyalreunite with host Shibani Dandekar once more in the search of the next singing sensation.

Passionately talking about the upcoming season of The Stage, Ferzad Palia, EVP, Viacom18 and Head of English and Youth Entertainment, says “India is a goldmine of talent. And we proved it last year with 20 of the best English singing talent competing in the first season of the show. The Stage has done what no one has done before. It has given the unexplored English singing talent in India a unique platform to show their mettle and enthrall the audience with their sheer brilliance. Evaluating the response to the first season of the show, we have broadened the horizon by inviting participation from all over the country through our online platform and on-ground auditions. Season Two of The Stage promises to be grander not only in terms of participation but also the quality of the talent that we anticipate to grace the show. We can’t wait for the euphoria to begin.”

Produced by SOL, a stalwart in the field of non-fiction content, the show promises to give viewers a different take on the music scene in India.

On the new format, SOL producer Fazila Allana says, “With the first season we introduced India to some amazing English music talent that was undiscovered. Now, this year, with the second edition, we are taking it up a notch with open auditions and are eagerly awaiting the flood of talent that will surely greet us.”

The Stage has been a revolutionary step towards bringing English singing talent in India to the forefront. The show has today brought alive an all new platform for showcasing talent, emerging as a new horizon for English music. Season 2 promises to elate the music scene and showcase some riveting talent in India. Coming soon to your screens, is the high decibel English music game changer, “The Stage 2”, only on COLORS INFINITY.

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