NEW HEADING 1
The Talent Show's Guest Judges
October 30, 2012Thomas Nelson HS
*Please be informed that this information, in fact, was taken off of the paper given to the audience on the afternoon of the showcase.
Hobert Nalth Humphrey IV, born in Louisville, Kentucky, and raised in Adair County, has been a Bardstown resident since 2001. Since 2005, he has been a Music Director and Performing Organist at the Episcopal Church of Ascension. Under private study with various tutors, his musical interests are predominately piano, organ, and harp with strong focus in classic theory and piano composition. After playing with different jazz ans chamber ensembles in the past, he now focuses his attention on liturgical music and the great array of inspirational works written throughout history...
Gina C. Dougan; a Bardstown native who has been involved in the performing arts all of her life. She has been a singer since the age of 2, and she has been dancing for 14 years. She spent over 5 years as a jazz, technique, and hip hop instructor and choreographer. She has won top titles at numerous vocal and dance competitions around Kentucky and other surrounding states, even traveling so far as Orlando, Florida upon invitation to participate in the Millie Lewis Talent Agency's National Convention for modeling, acting, voice, and dance. She played the lead role in numerous productions during her high school and went on to participate in a community theater, as well as acting in films for a local production company. She plays quite a few instruments; music is her passion in life. She currently resides in Louisville where she enjoys spending time with her husband Glenn, two dogs (Evie & Lucille), and Cockatiel (Winnifred). She spends most of her free time writing, recording, performing, and listening to music.
P.S. If you haven't already, please check out the article with the title 'General Dramatics' Community Talent Showcase'... this article helps give a better understanding of who the judges are, and why they gave the scores that they did (mainly because of their musical backgrounds!).
By: Ashley Cornelius and Maja Bursac