THE judges of the Na Domo singing competition are pleased with the improvement in the performers following their final boot camp on Saturday.
Natasha Mar, one of the three judges, said it was encouraging to see the soloists and groups realise the importance and the seriousness of the training they received at the boot camp at International Secondary School in Suva.
"We carried on from what we did last week but did things a little different where we separated them and gave them a song to sing," she said.
"This helped them focus on their tone and pitch as well as improving on their breathing exercises and the emotion they brought into their performances.
"Like we've been saying, these performers have raw talent and being at these boot camps has made them realise the potential they have because now they are tapping into skills that will help them with their singing careers."
Fellow judge Woomi Ryou said it was now up to the performers to take what they had learnt at the boot camp and put into their songs.
"They now realise the power they can deliver with all these exercises," she said.
A non-elimination round is scheduled at Downtown Boulevard from 6:30pm tomorrow when the performers are expected to sing a song of their choice.
An elimination round follows a week later, and the performers are expected to sing a song from a list the judges have set out.