Salma sings for Medina crowd before her shot at ‘The Voice’
Photos by Tom Rivers
MEDINA – Salma Huzair, 15, sings “If I Were A Boy” by Beyoncé during a concert Saturday night at the Medina Theatre.
Huzair performed at the concert in preparation for her audition for “The Voice” singing show on NBC. She will travel to New York City on Jan. 25 for the blind audition, when singers perform for four celebrity judges.
Salma’s parents, Bilal Huzair and mother Alana Ross, picked front-row seats to watch Salma perform on Saturday.
Salma sings “Little Things” by One Direction. She is a sophomore at Lyndonville Central School. More than 100 people attended her concert, which included raffles to help cover the cost of the trip to New York City.
The marquee at Medina Theatre urges the community to support Salma in “The Voice.”