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They’re just wild about Harry

Harry Cleverdon and X-Factor contestant Vendulka
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YOUNG schoolboy, Harry Cleverdon, 12, took out a first prize in the Australian National Busking Championships last weekend.

Harry placed first in the primary section of the competition held at Cooma, and also placed third overall out of 170 entries in the people’s choice awards.

Other acts at the busking championships included 2013 X-Factor competitor Vendulka and many other young talents including competitors from The Voice Kids earlier in the year.

The festival of street music saw buskers competing for over $8000 in cash prizes.

There were prizes for all ages, solos, groups, amateurs and professionals

Harry attends Young Public School, plays in the school band and is a current scholarship holder for classical piano at the Young Regional School of Music.

According to his mum, Elke, Harry loves to perform popular music, singing while accompanying himself on piano or ukulele.

He plays covers by Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Train and many others.

The talented youngster is also working on an original.

His busking competition pedigree has already been proven.

Harry won the 2013 Young Cherry Festival busking competition for his age group and was popular at the Henry Lawson Festival in Grenfell in June, placing second overall in the open competition.

He won several eisteddfods last year for both piano and vocal entries.

Young Regional School of Music director Stuart Bruce has passed on his heartfelt congratulations to Harry.

“I do think it is wonderful that he has done so well and we would like to think we played a part in his success as a vocal and piano student at the Young Regional School of Music,” Mr Bruce said.

“It would be nice to think we helped him on his way to success.”

Mr Bruce said the School of Music’s end-of-year concert in November, would give local people the opportunity to see Harry in action.

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