Dubai: Beulah Ruth Pinto, a 15-year-old girl hailing from Mangaluru, bagged the UAE’s 2nd most talented child award in a talent contest ‘BurJuman’s Rising Stars’ hosted by Burjuman Centre, Dubai.
The finals were held on September 21. Beulah took part in the 4-16 years age category open for all languages, all nationalities, and any talent and got past the mega-audition among 500 participants across UAE. As many as 30 contestants could make it for the semi-finals and 20 qualified for finals with reviews from the judges.
Beulah's performances also met a standing ovation from the audience. Beulah was called Queen of the stage by the judges. Beulah performed an English song by playing piano for the finals.
Beulah holds musical grades of Trinity Guildhall Music College. London. She is also the first Indian to be part of Al Jalila Cultural Centre, a Dubai government organisation. She was a lead singer for Metilda, the musical play organised by GEMS group directed by Kevin Oliver (GEMS cultural director). Beulah sang at Global Teachers Award in 2015 and 2016, an International event where America’s former president Bill Clinton, dignitaries from around the world and Dubai ruler HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid were present. Beulah also sang for Sheikha Fatima Award in UAE where HH Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nayan crown prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of He's armed forces. Beulah Pinto won the judges favourite award in Dubai Festival City "Kids Stars" talent competition in 2015.
Beulah is daughter of Canute Pinto and Rita Pinto. Canute is a Konkani lyricist, musician and a singer.
Dubai: Mangaluru girl Beulah Ruth Pinto bags 2nd place in ‘BurJuman’s Rising Stars’