TWENTY-five contestants from all over Fiji have been selected to compete in the Na Domo singing competition 2012.
The 25 are in the boot camp where they will undergo regressive training provided by a Korean opera singer and International School Suva music teacher, Woomi Ryou.
Organising committee representative Tukini Cama said the strong focus of the competition was to expose and develop Fiji's raw talents.
"Fiji has a lot of God-given talents and through the trainings provided and the platform to showcase their talents, locals will get the opportunity to market them not only nationally, but internationally as well," Mr Cama said.
He said the competition would be a springboard for competitors to participate more professionally at highly competitive levels. Mr Cama said to encourage wide participation, the competition was open to all age groups.
He said the non-elimination rounds would start from September 25 while the semi-finals would be conducted on October 26 followed by the finals on October 27.
The competition is based on two categories including solo and group competitions.
The winner in the solo category will walk away with a prize of $1000 while the winner in the group category will get $1500.