Shana Llorando born a singing star kicked off her career at the age of 17. Good habits start from an early age as some say and as we know she is a graduate from St. Mark’s Primary Catholic School. Born on 18 April 1993, in Cebu, Philippines, she moved to New Zealand in the year 2000 and started at St. Mark’s Primary at Year 3. During her years at St Mark’s she was an ever excelling student. During prize giving nights, she would steal the show with awards such as the Speech Cup, Academic Cup and Father Green Cup. Although winning these prizes didn’t mean everything to her, it showed her hard work and determination. These prizes inspired her to work harder and persevere through failures. Inspiration also leads to dreams and aspirations; obviously Shana is passionate and loves her music. She hopes that one day she can professionally record and promote songs as an artist. Through her passion for music she shares the same passion for God. Shana leads the St. Mark’s CFC – Youth for Christ Music Ministry. This means she holds practices, teaches new songs and holds separate trainings for instrumental players of the choir. She sings with the choir every 2nd Sunday of the month during 6:30pm mass. Her presence in the training of the choir has seen the Youth for Christ choir improve immensely from her experience with music. She is an active member of the St. Mark’s CFC – Youth for Christ, always present in its activities.