The Hallelujah competition, a singing contest for Jewish youth from throughout the world, will be holding its final event on Thursday in which a winner will be selected.
The finalists have been chosen from a group of 30 young adults and 14,000 dollars will be split between the three top winners. Each contestant will be singing in Hebrew, and the team of judges will be headed by veteran Israeli singer Yehoram Gaon.
The Hallelujah winner, in addition to receiving 8,000 dollars, will record a duet with an Israeli artist that will be played both on radio stations in Israel as well as other Jewish stations throughout the world.
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