The 28 quarterfinalists have been announced for the 27 th annual American Traditions Vocal Competition, which is slated to run Feb. 17-21, 2020, according to a press release from the ATC.

The 28 talented vocalists, selected from over 100 applicants, will be competing for $40,000 in prizes, plus special performance opportunities with ATC’s partner organizations, Savannah Philharmonic and Savannah VOICE Festival.

The 28 successful applicants for 2020 who will appear in the ATC quarterfinals are Amy Owens, Anastasia Talley, Artemisz Polonyi, Carole J. Bufford, Carolyn Malfa, Christina Pecce, Conor Murphy, Corrie Donovan, Emanuel Camacho, Hannah Zazzaro, Jackie Schiffer, Jasmine Habersham, Jessica Victoria, Jessica Fishenfeld, Jocelyn Hunt, Jordan Stadvec, Justin John Moniz, Kenny Williams, Maggie Rains, Melina Rodriguez, Michael Kelly, Missy Wise, Mollie Craven, Peter Campbell, Rachel Policar, Sara Zoe Budnik, Sarah Krauss and Tegan Miller

The 28 quarterfinalists, who will travel from across North America to compete in the 2020 ATC, is comprised of singers who have competed in the ATC in the past and as well as fresh new faces, competing for the first time.