Watertown Shows Off Its Talent at Community Foundation Event

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Performers took to the stage at Arsenal Yards for the Watertown Community Foundation’s Watertown’s Got Talent. (Photo by Charlie Breitrose)

The second annual Watertown’s Got Talent drew singers, dancers, and musicians of all ages this week.

The Oct. 24 event raises money for the Watertown Community Foundation and was held at a stage on the River Green at Arsenal Yards.

And the winners are ….

The winners of the 2023 Watertown’s Got Talent competition with emcee Dan McCarthy, left. (Courtesy of Arsenal Yards)

First Place Winner: David Rivera Bozon, Tenor

David Rivera Bozon (Courtesy of Arsenal Yards)

Second Place Winner: Sofia Ayala, Singer-Songwriter

Sofia Ayala (Courtesy of Arsenal Yards)

Third Place Winner: Noah Ferraresso, Singer

Noah Ferraresso (Courtesy of Arsenal Yards)

Young Talent Award:

Vivian Slaven, Rhythmic Gymnast

Vivian Slaven (Courtesy of Arsenal Yards)

Divya Girish, Dancer

Divya Girish (Courtesy of Arsenal Yards)

The judges for the event were: Maral Joulouyan, general manager of the Armenian Cultural and Education Center; Watertown School Resource Officer Anna Marygaryan; Darren Farrington, executive director of the Mosesian Center for the Arts; Janice Hudson, actor, director and choreographer; and Stephen Nyakairu, pastor of Grace Chapel, Watertown.

The judges for the second annual Watertown’s Got Talent. (Courtesy of Arsenal Yards)

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