THE 25 contestants who've made it through to the boot camp of the Na Domo singing competition will gain so much, said competition co-ordinator Epi Fong.
Auditions for Na Domo was held on Saturday with 55 individuals and groups showcasing their talent, hoping to make it through to this weekend's boot camp.
"The boot camp will be conducted by three professionals in the music industry," Mr Fong said.
"They have either studied music or been directly involved through their singing career, so it's a huge bonus for the 25 that have made it through because they will gain so much."
Natasha Mar, who played Karmen in the Domo Ni Karmen opera play in 2009, is one of the judges with International Secondary School (ISS) music teacher Tim Ulaicake and his colleague Woomi Ryou, who specialises in orchestral music and opera singing.
The contestants will undergo posture exercise and breathing control and will be given lessons on how to bring feelings into their songs as well as choosing the right songs to suit their voices.
"Everything that they will be presented at the boot camp is relevant to their singing," Mr Fong said.
"Because they are such raw talent, we want to make sure they not only compete but go through the right exercises that they can keep with them to help develop their singing."
The boot camp will begin at 9am at ISS on Saturday. The second boot camp will be held at the same venue next weekend.