Yesterday evening gathered at “Mother Teresa” Square youngsters from 14 high schools in the TAF Grand Final, where prices were awarded for the best in singing and dancing. An organization that brought to public attention: artistic values, energy and talent of youth in an important activity. Attending the final night were the mayor of Tirana Erion Veliaj, the Ministry of Education and Sports Lindita Nikolla, Director of Youth in the Municipality of Tirana Aspasjana Kërxhalli, General Director of Promotion in Tirana Municipality Julinda Dhame, Director of the Regional Education Directorate of Tirana Arjola Byzykaj and four artistic coordinators Bojken Lako, Klajdi Selimi, Gjergji Trola, Albes Fusha. There have also been invited personalities from media and art.
With the aim to revive cultural and artistic life, encouragemnet, promotion of new talents and motivating the new creators of high schools, TAF has announced the winners of the first edition, where “Ismail Qemali” high school has triumphed as the schools with the most new talented students.
Other awards in the final for singing and dancing categories:
Meirsa Skëndaj – First Price (‘’Petronini Luarasi’’ high school)
Ana Bakaj – Second Price (‘’Qemal Stafa’’ high School)
Klaudio Mesuti – New Talent (‘’Sinan Tafaj’’ high School)
Twins – Best Duet (‘’Myslym Keta High’’ school)
Tre hajdutët – Best folk dance (‘’Aleks Buda’’ high school)
Fonix Empire – Best group of girls (‘’Qemal Stafa’’ high school)
Best of The Best -Best dance performance (‘’Eqerem Cabej’’ high school)
Awards have been broadcasted live on Liburnetik webpage, the video of which you can watch below.
The winners of the two first prices in singing won each a contract with the label 360 ° Records for the recording of a song and the video, while the winners of the best dance won a one-year contract with AlbRobot to have a tour around Albania.
Final night ended with the promise of mayor Veliaj to continue in the coming years this event that brought together young people and their talents in a cultural activity that had lacked Tirana for 5 years.