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All contestants must enter to compete in only one of the following 

1. Music: Vocal and instrumental; classical, semi-classical, gospel and jazz. A printed copy of the music (score) is required for the judges to analyze. 

2. Interpretive Movement to Music (must be music genra above): ballet, modern dance and tap - no krumpin', poppin' or hip-hop. 

3. Speech: Poetry, oration, monologue, etc. (Printed script should be provided for each judge to analyze).

4. Visual Art: Sculpture, photography, drawing and painting. 
All performances must be memorized and must not include profanity or vulgar language. 

All contestants must be in high school, grades 9-12. No students in grade 8 or below are eligible even if they attend a high school that has those grades! 

All contestants must be present for the competition in order to win. 
Each contestant must participate as a soloist (solo performance). No group performances are allowed! One accompanist is allowed for each vocal or instrumental performance. Vocalists and instrumentalists may use pre-recorded music on CD. However, pre-recorded music may not contain any lead or background vocals!! 

All contestants must provide their instruments, and any props needed for their performances. 


If you have any questions, please contact Brother David Johnson, the Talent Hunt Committee Chairman for Omicron Nu Nu Chapter at 817.975.5230  or e-mail at Registration Deadline is FEBRUARY 10, 2023.

History of Talent Hunt
The Talent Hunt program of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. is one of several national programs designed to identify and support the youth of our nation and the world. The original idea was created by the 9th Grand Basileus, Brother J. Austin Atkins of Winston Salem, North Carolina, and Brother Dewey Duckett of Rock Hill, South Carolina. While the idea was conceived in 1945, the first District Talent Hunt program was held in the Sixth District in Charlotte, North Carolina, on April 19, 1946. The need for such a program was born out of the unequal opportunity afforded to some American youth to develop and give full expression to their talents.

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