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The Hudson Valley Voice is one of New York State's largest vocal competitions and the largest singing competition in the history of the Hudson Valley, searching for talented singers from the Hudson Valley and beyond. Performers over the age of 16 sing in all styles before a panel of 3 judges, the show producers, a live public audience and people like you listening to the live stream over the internet.

We have narrowed the competition down to just 6 contestants. The competition will be narrowed down from 6 to 3 and ultimately one will be crowned the Hudson Valley Voice. Performance dates: 08/10 and 08/17 at 8pm. Final performance on August 17th in the Ballroom of The Lazy Swan Golf & Country Club Village in Saugerties, NY.

The competition winner takes home $10,000 and a 2 year lease on a 2013 Impreza from Colonial Subaru of Kingston. All finalists have the opportunity to be heard by some of the top talent management and development agencies in the country such as Idol Roc Entertainment, Maloof Entertainment Group and Upper 11 Management.

Join us! Listen Live as the competition heats up and text to vote for your favorite contestant. For more info and to view our contestants click here. Who will be the next Hudson Valley Voice? Help the judges decide!



TO ALL WHO APPLIED AND COMPETED IN THE FIRST HUDSON VALLEY VOICE.

The application you signed was just to compete in The Hudson Valley Voice within the rules of the competition. There is no date, no countersignature nor is there any term other than that of the competition itself. Therefore none of you are under any legal contract with the HUDSON VALLEY VOICE or it’s producers and their individual production companies. You are free and clear of all obligations under the application form you signed.

The Owner of The Lazy Swan and The Hudson Valley Voice Competition and their sponsors would like to thank you all.

The Hudson Valley Voice II is being planned right now. Details to come!!!

"The Largest Singing Competition In The History Of Hudson Valley"