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BIRMINGHAM MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for Birmingham music opportunities at The NEC

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Birmingham Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers Birmingham music opportunities at the weekend. The singers and songwriters came to perform in front of industry judges in the hopes of getting through the Birmingham music opportunities and onto the South West & Midlands Area Final. 

The judging panel at the Birmingham music opportunities were;

  • Chris Grayston, Head Judge; Music Consultant Chris Grayston who works for Sony, Thames TV, The Voice to name a few.
  • Rachel White - Director of Superstar Academy
  • Faye Bagley - Award winning singer/songwriter (show 1)
  • Adrian - Middle of Nowhere Music Festival (Show 2 & 3)
  • Tanya Anderson - Choreographer
  • Heidi Browne - Open Mic UK 2013 Winner (Show 1)

Birmingham Music Opportunities: See industry feedback below. Please be aware views expressed by judges are opinions and subjective to that particular judging panel. These views in no way reflect the views of the Open Mic UK competition, and are published with a view to being beneficial to the performing acts.

Under 16's - Birmingham Music Opportunities

Liv – Nice start to the competition! You had both a stunning look and vocal. Good expression but remember to embrace the light and optimism as well as the pain within the song, click here for more on singing with facial expressions. Look to give us more movement from your body to add to conveying the emotion. Also consider performing a creative cover, click here more on performing a creative cover as a singer. You have a mature lower register. You seemed a little bit nervous but this disappeared as the performance progressed, click here for dealing with nerves.

Renee L’Shaune – Be more animated and commit more to the performance, click here for more on performing on stage for singers. Consider performing a creative cover, click here more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Vocally, you could really throw yourself more into giving us more dynamics, click here for adding more vocal dynamics to the performance. You have a classy image and it was a great song choice.

Jes Cutler – You have a lovely tone but you need to bring the song alive with committing to the performance and emotion within the song, click here for more on how to sing with emotion. For the importance of singing with facial expressions, click here and for using eye contact to reach out to your audience, click here. Look to use and work the stage. Watch your pitching as at times you lost your tuning. You were a little nervous but relaxed more into the song, click here for tips on dealing with nerves.

Oliver John – You have potential but you need to work on developing your projection. You needed to really climb into the big chorus! You looked very smart, click here for the importance of singer's image. Performance wise- you need to work the stage more and be more animated when conveying the message of the song. You would also benefit from performing in the instrumental rather than just standing there awkwardly. You have a voice that would be very well suited to musical theatre.

Will Nezza – Nice to hear an original song. Liked your sound, hopefully you are writing lots of songs; click here for more on tips on how to write a song chorus that will get us all hooked. You have a great image but try not to hide behind the fringe, use your eyes to connect your music to your audience, click here for more on eye contact. Consider standing whilst playing so it gives you more opportunity to be animated and convey that emotion. Click here for more on performing with the music keyboards.

Luigina Colonna – You have lots of potential but consider playing around with the cover song and trying to be as creative as possible with it, click here for more on performing a creative cover. Performance wise- commit more to the performance and use that stage as much as you can, click here for more on performing on stage for singers. Great song choice, it really suited your voice, but keep your focus as on occasion as you were a little pitchy at times.

Julianna – You have lots of potential, a good tone and projection but consider playing around with the cover song and trying to be as creative as possible with it, click here for more on performing a creative cover. Click here for more on how to get started on songwriting. Performance wise- commit more to the performance and use the stage as much as you can, click here for more on performing on stage for singers. For the importance of singing with facial expressions click here and for using eye contact to reach out to your audience click here. You have a classy image and a mature quality to your voice.

Sharn – You were miles from the microphone? Why…! It really limited your projection and clarity of your vocal, click here for more on microphone technique for singers.  Performance wise you need to work the stage more and be more animated with conveying the message of the song, for tips on performing on stage for singers. An unrehearsed ending ensured an awkward ending for a performance that promised so much more. You have a great look and a lovely texture to your voice.

Olivia – Great energy and commitment to the performance. You have fantastic stage presence and a lot of potential but you struggled with your tuning at times, look to develop that with your vocal coach, click here for tips on finding a singing teacher. You have a very mature lower register so try to focus on that.

Eddie Adkins – Song choice is everything and this song seemed a bit low for your voice. You need to pick songs that suit the nicer tones of your vocal, click here for more on importance of song choice. Liked the rap breakdown, it worked well and showed you off as an artist. Vocally, you struggled with your pitch and were flat for sections of the song. Click here for more on song mashups. Don’t be afraid to express yourself more with your hands, click here for more on performing on stage for singers. It would also be great to hear you do an original song.

Nicole Sherwood – Great passion and commitment which helped convey the message of song. Look to work on that all important hook by looking to change the delivery and/or the dynamics, click here for more on adding more vocal dynamics. Maybe consider focusing on a particular vocal hook. Click for more on tips on how to write a song chorus. It was a powerful performance with effortless piano playing.

Annissa La Touche – The song choice was a bit dated, click here for the importance of song choice. You have lots of potential, good tone and projection but consider playing around with the cover song. Try to be as creative as possible with it, click here for more on performing a creative cover. You could have added a change up in the breakdown which would have both made it original and added an modern twist. Click here for more on how to get started on songwriting. Performance wise, commit more to the performance and use that stage as much as you can, click here for more on stage presence for singers. Click here for the importance of singing with facial expressions as you need to vary that more to give more of a range to the performance. Click here for more on using eye contact to reach out to your audience.

Margarita – Loved your original song and your image is spot-on! You had good commitment, which helped convey the message. Look to work on that all important hook by looking to changing the delivery and/or dynamics, click here for adding more vocal dynamics to punch through that chorus. Maybe also consider focusing more on a particular part of the vocal hook to help the song flow more. Click for more on tips on writing song chorus'. With playing the guitar, it’s always worth reading the following on guitar dynamics.

Eva Rose – Performing regularly is really helping you to develop as an act as you have great stage presence. Take care with your posture as you are hunching at times, you may need to adjust your guitar strap to prevent you slipping into this. Image wise you always stand out, click here for more on the importance of singer's image. Love that you were smiling throughout, however look to alter the dynamics more to let the performance and hooks breathe, click here for adding more vocal dynamics as a singer.

Grace Garcia – Loved the tone, vibe and deep meaning of the song, a little like Birdy vs London Grammar. Real potential in your song and you expressed it; look to commit even more to the expression and emotion in the song. Look to be more animated to help throw yourself into the emotional sentiment of the song, click here for more on sing with emotion. It was a fantastic original song and your piano skills were the strongest in the show.

Evangaline Peart-Dowds – You have lots of potential, a good tone and projection but consider playing around with the cover song and trying to be as creative as possible with it, click here for more on performing a creative cover. Click here for more on how to get started on songwriting. Performance wise, commit more to the performance, you are far too static so look to use that stage as much as you can, click here for more on performing on stage for singers. For the importance of singing with facial expressions, click here as you need to look to add more and for using eye contact to reach out to your audience click here. You have a fresh, understated image and a great range.

Mollie Hickman – You were miles from the microphone? Why…! It really limited your projection and clarity of your vocal, click here for more on microphone technique for singers. Performance wise vary the dynamics more and be more animated when conveying the message of the song, click here for more on varying the vocal dynamics of the performance. The performance remained too much on one level and could have been so much better! You have lovely tone but you need to work on your confidence with your guitar playing, click for more on guitar playing tips.

Zak Hayes – You picked a song with lots of movement but then didn’t perform enough, click here for more on performing on stage for singers. Vocally, you have a lovely tone and the song seemed to fit your vocal nicely, just commit more to the performance and engage with your audience. Also consider what you are wearing on stage, find something that makes you distinct as an artist, click here for the importance of singer's image.

Anna Mae Kelly – Great original song with a dark indie sassy sound. Guitar sounded heavy to start with when you probably want your vocal to dominate. Hopefully you are writing lots of songs; click here for more on tips for writing that all important chorus to the song which gets us all hooked. Try not to hide behind the guitar, use your eyes to connect your music to your audience. Click here for more on guitar playing tips

Lottie – You have lots of potential and a good tone, range and projection but consider picking a different song or playing around with this song and trying to be as creative as possible with it, click here for more on  performing a creative cover. Click here for more on how to get started on songwriting. Performance wise, commit more to the performance and use that stage as much as you can, click here for more on stage presence for singers. 

Luke The Drifter – Nice to see a young person passionate about country music! You have defined your own style but try to find your own style within that genre. Performance wise vary the dynamics more and be more animated with conveying the message of the song, click here for more on varying the vocal dynamics of the performance. The performance remained too much on one level and could have been so much better by varying the dynamics!

Rosie Ugalde – Lovely song choice and you committed well to the song. You painted the emotional message of the song, however it didn’t tell us much about you as an artist, so look to change the song around to be as creative as possible, click here for more on performing a creative cover.  Click here for more on how to get started on songwriting. Performance wise, commit more to the performance and use that stage as much as you can, click here for more on stage presence or using the stage.

Birmingham Music Opportunities - 16-20's Feedback

Emmanuel – Look to tidy up the start, tripping on the ramp and looking half a sleep wasn’t a great first impression. You are miles from the microphone? Why…! It really limited your projection and clarity of your vocal, Click here for more on microphone technique for singers. Performance wise- vary the dynamics more and be more animated with conveying the message of the song, click here for more on varying the vocal dynamics of the performance. You have ability so start to believe and get yourself more organised as a musician. You have lovely dusky tones and great vocal range.

Charlotte Bettson – You have a sharp distinct vocal, you do however have to commit more to the performance, click here for more on stage presence for singers. Good expression but remember to embrace the light and optimism as well as the pain within the song, click here for more on the importance of singing with facial expressions. Look to give us more movement from your body to add to conveying the emotion, click here for more on sing with emotion. Performance wise- you need to work the stage more and be more animated with conveying the message of the song. Think about your image and stage presence.

Fari – Great that you are performing your own song however, not convinced it was written in the best key to show off the best tone of your vocal. Hopefully you are writing lots of songs; click here for more on tips for writing that all important song chorus to the song which gets us all hooked. Try not to hide behind the fringe, use your eyes to connect your music to your audience, click here for more tips on eye contact. You have a unique tone and a really nice low range, just work on developing the voice more, click here for more on finding a singing teacher.

Olivia Flemming-Smith – You were a fair distance away from the microphone? Why…! It really limited your projection and clarity of your vocal, click here for more on microphone technique for singers. Performance wise vary the dynamics more and be more animated with conveying the message of the song, click here for some tips on vocal dynamics. Try and show us more of you as an artist by changing the cover as much as you can, click here for more on performing a creative cover.

AXJ – Liked that the backing set the tone and the song had lots of potential. It would be good if you could just bounce off each other more both lyrically and performance wise. Click here for more on performing as music duos and groups. Show you’re one act, glance and look across, show togetherness. It was a nice combination of rapper and singer. You drew the audience in with your heartfelt lyrics and you both have great tone.

Grace Hargreaves – The song was a good one, your guitar didn’t sound so sweet. Guitar sounded heavy to start with when you probably want your vocal to dominate. Hopefully you are writing lots of songs; click here for more on how to get started on songwriting. Try not to hide behind the guitar use your eyes to connect your music to your audience more and give us more movement, you don’t have to be rooted to the spot. Click here for more on guitar playing tips.

Oriel Aps – Song is catchy but you need to punch the hook out more! Performance wise vary the dynamics more and be more animated with conveying the message of the song, click here for more on varying the vocal dynamics of the performance. Look to commit more to the performance, you are way too static so look to use that stage as much as you can, click here for more on stage presence for singers. For the importance of expression, click here as you need to start to add more and for using eye contact to reach out to your audience.

Lauren Rebecca – You need to perform as soon as you hit the stage; you were static for a long time and we were left waiting for you to start your vocal. Look to commit more to the performance as you were way too static throughout. Look to use that stage as much as you can, click here for more on stage presence for singers.  For the importance of singing with facial expressions click here as you need to start to add more and for more on using eye contact to reach out to your audience. Also look to show us more of you as an artist by making the cover as individual to you as possible, click here on performing a creative cover. You have a great tone and range; you just need to connect with the music more.

Andrea Victoria – You have lots of potential, good tone and projection but consider playing around with the cover song and trying to be as creative as possible with it, click here for more on  performing a creative cover. Performance wise, commit more to the performance; you are way too static so look to use that stage as much as you can - performing on stage for singers. For the importance of singing with facial expressions, click here, as you need to look to start to add more and for using eye contact to reach out to your audience click here. It is always difficult when you pick an iconic song by an iconic artist - click here for more on the importance of song choice. You have a lovely lower register and you should work on developing your voice because it has more power than you know.

Ryan Sparrow – Love your guitar playing, it would be good to see you switch to during the song to play conventionally as a way to change it up. The style does mean as a performance you are looking down a lot rather than engaging with your audience, click here for the importance of eye contact. Click here for more on adding guitar dynamics to be even better. You have lovely vocal tone but you need to work on your diction.

Limerick Rose – Difficult to impress with such a big and iconic song, performing it live you are always going to come up second unless you really change it and make it your own. Click here for the importance of song choice. You have lots of potential, good tone and projection, but watch your pitch as you forced the vocal and lost control. Consider picking a different song or playing around with this song and trying to be as creative as possible with it - click here for more on performing a creative cover. Performance wise, commit more to the performance, you are way too static; look to use that stage as much as you can, click here for more on performing on stage for singers. You have a great image.

Lucy Travers – You committed well to a challenging song and portrayed the emotion well! You have lots of potential, good tone and projection, but consider playing around with the cover song and try to be as creative as possible with it - click here for more on  performing a creative cover. You would have a great voice for musical theatre.

Molly & Taylor – What a fantastic version of the song, you really made it your own - click here for more on making performing a creative cover - picking a song from the opposite gender is always a good shout to instantly make it different. You gave it a real haunting feel. As performers, try and reach out to each other to show unity - click here for more on music duos and groups. And when using the guitar loop pedal, click here for more on guitar loop pedal performance.

Sophie Alexandra – Difficult to impress with such a big and iconic song, performing it live you are always going to come up second, unless you really change it and make it your own. Click here for the importance of song choice. You have lots of potential, good tone and projection, but watch your pitch as you forced the vocal and lost control. Consider picking a song or playing around with this song and trying to be as creative as possible with it - click here for more on performing a creative cover. Performance wise, commit more to the performance; you are way too static and so look to use the stage as much as you can, click here for more on stage presence. We also need to see more expression to convey the emotion of the song - click here for more on singing with facial expressions .

Jake Waller – Liked your sound, hopefully you are starting to write lots of songs as well as performing covers; click here for more on tips for writing that killer song chorus that will get us all hooked. Consider standing whilst playing so it gives you more opportunity to be animated and portray that emotion. Click here for more on performing with music keyboards.

Amelia Benoit – You have a terrific vocal but consider picking a song or playing around with this song and trying to be as creative as possible with it - click here for more on performing a creative cover. Performance wise, commit more to the performance; you are too static so look to use that stage as much as you can - click here for more on stage presence for singers. We also need to see more expression to convey the emotion of the song, click here for more on singing with facial expressions. Start to believe in yourself and perform as much as you can with your own style and image.

Darshae – A strong original song and you performed it well! We liked your sound, hopefully you are writing lots of songs; click here for more on tips on writing that killer song chorus that will get us all hooked. Looking forward to seeing your next performance.

Kailia – There is a place for singing acapella. Singing without music is limiting and you pick up of every sound in the audience, additionally your timing will vary. It was very brave but you sang it well if not much different to the original. Click here on performing a creative cover.

21 and Over's - Birmingham Music Opportunities

Ryan Matthews – You have lots of potential. Good tone and projection but consider playing around with the cover song and trying to be as creative as possible with it. Click here for more on  performing a creative cover. Click here for more on how to get started on songwriting. Vocally, you forced the vocal and lost control. Look to strengthen your vocal core to be able to really climb into the vocal.

Erryl Attik – Great you sung your original song but it needs more as a song, click here for more on tips on songwriting. Also, vary the dynamics to keep the interest going throughout - click here for more on adding guitar dynamics.

Jake Airey – You have a super raspy vocal, but consider your song choice or play around with the song in question to try and be as creative as possible with it, click here for more on performing a creative cover. This isn’t showing us enough of you as an individual artist - click here for more on how to get started on songwriting.

S-FIN – We liked your image, you stood out well - click here for the importance of singer's image. Look to use that stage more and connect the audience to your music. The chorus is strong but some of the lyrics could do with reworking as some words feel a little too weak. Click here for more on how to get started on songwriting.

Ceri Justice – The song is catchy but you need to punch the hook out more! Performance wise, vary the dynamics more and be more animated with conveying the message of the song, click here for more on varying the vocal dynamics of the performance. Look to commit more to the performance; you are way too static, look to use that stage as much as you can - performing on stage for singers. Try and connect with each other as performers.

Simon Kindleysides – The song suits your vocal well, you’ve written it in a key that really shows off your tone. You conveyed the message well and conveyed the emotion brilliantly. Look to work on the hook to make it even more catchy. Nice to see you back!

Mat Butler – You have a good projection, delivery and super raspy vocal, but consider picking a song or playing around with this song and trying to be as creative as possible with it - click here for more on performing a creative cover. This isn’t showing us enough of you as an individual artist - click here for more on how to get started in songwriting.

Carlton Makaza – You commanded the stage well with a contemporary original. Look to engage your audience more rather than looking to the sides. Click here for the importance of eye contact to convey the message of the song even more. We enjoyed your performance; your moves felt fresh – you're not just repeating every other urban artist!

Bryn Teeling – The first song had a little Oasis style going on which obviously didn’t do too badly. You are an engaging performer, but perhaps stuck a little in a period of music and for Open Mic, being original is important so ensure you are changing and being creative if you are going to perform a cover - click here for more on performing a creative cover. Watch your microphone control at all times.

Dinh Williams – You have lots of potential, a good tone and nice projection, but it doesn’t show you off as an artist. Consider playing around with the original song and trying to be as creative as possible with it, click here for more on performing a creative cover. Click here for more on how to get started started in songwriting.

Sam Rusmussen – Your song choice was a bit dated, click here for the importance of song choice. You have lots of potential, good tone and projection, but consider playing around with the cover song and trying to be as creative as possible with it - click here for more on performing a creative cover; you could have added a change up in the breakdown which would have made it both original, and added a modern twist. Look to vary the dynamics to keep the interest going throughout, click here for more on adding guitar dynamics. You would also benefit from giving more eye contact, click here for more on the importance of eye contact.

B-Rezillent – It was a slow start and difficult to hear your words. Look to get the microphone as close to your mouth as possible, click here for more on microphone techniques. 

Amy Leigh Sandford – You have lots of potential, good tone and projection, but consider playing around with the cover song and trying to be as creative as possible with it -  click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Performance wise, commit more to the performance - you are way too static, so look to use that stage as much as you can - click here for more on stage performance for singers.

Acoustic Anarchy – Love the Cajon, always gives an authentic sound and rhythm. Vocally, you have a strong and raspy vocal. Consider adding some backing vocals. As performers, it would be good if you could reach out to each other and show connection; you aren’t performing as one at the moment. Also, altering the dynamics would have benefitted from a change up towards the end, click here for more on adding vocal dynamics to the performance.

Andrew Cassidy – You started with tuning issues as you forced the vocal from the start. Look to work with a good vocal coach to develop your projection and range - click here for more on finding a singing teacher. Also think about being original in your song choice and performance, click here for more on performing a creative cover.

Adam Sale – You would benefit from being nearer to the microphone to give greater clarity and projection to your performance, click here for more on microphone techniques. Look to engage with your eyes and perform with more purpose to show us you really believe in the words you are singing. Song wise, it has potential. However, look to work on the lyrics, as they are a little simplistic in places. Also, consider changing the vocal dynamics to really punch through the hooks. Your second song was far more engaging and catchy! Real potential there.

Enny Owl – This song is perfect for a film soundtrack! Your image is different and it makes you stand out - click here for the importance of singer's image. Vocally, you have a sweet tone, your performance is very understated, hopefully that is the intention!

Suzana – You committed well to the performance, but perhaps a little over cooked in places. The song lacked a distinctive hook - click here for more on writing that killer song chorus.

Daniel Brown – You performed well on stage, it was a little ‘holiday camp’ like as you picked an old kind of cabaret number. Look to be as original as possible to show us who you are as an artist. Click here for the importance of song choice. Vocally, watch your tuning – working with a good vocal coach can develop this to be even better. Click here for more on finding a singing teacher.

BIRMINGHAM MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES 

All singers and songwriters successful through the Birmingham music opportunities progressed onto the next stage of the competition at the South West & Midlands Area Final Showcase which will be held at The NEC Birmingham on Saturday 25th November. 

If you’re a singer or songwriter looking to gain more performance experience and win industry prizes then why not enter singing contest Open Mic UK.

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    Bournemouth Singing Auditions: Absolute Music, played host to Open Mic UK's Bournemouth singing auditions …

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Singing Competition Prizes

  • BELFAST RECORDING STUDIOS


    BELFAST RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Belfast Regional Finals!

    Belfast Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Belfast Regional Finals took place this weekend at Kings Hall in …

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  • EXETER RECORDING STUDIOS


    EXETER RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Exeter Regional Finals! 

    Exeter Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Exeter Regional Finals took place this weekend at Exeter Corn …

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  • ESSEX RECORDING STUDIOS


    ESSEX RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Essex Regional Finals!

    Essex Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Essex Regional Finals took place this weekend at Marconi Social Club in …

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  • CAMDEN RECORDING STUDIOS


    CAMDEN RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Camden Regional Finals! 

    Camden Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Camden Regional Finals took place this weekend at Dingwalls in …

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  • READING RECORDING STUDIOS


    READING RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Reading Regional Finals! 

    Reading Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Reading Regional Finals took place this weekend at Sub89 in …

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  • NOTTINGHAM RECORDING STUDIOS


    NOTTINGHAM RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Nottingham Regional Finals! 

    Nottingham Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Nottingham Regional Finals took place this weekend …

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  • MILTON KEYNES RECORDING STUDIOS


    MILTON KEYNES RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Milton Keynes Regional Finals!

     

    Milton Keynes Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Milton Keynes Regional Finals took place …

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  • NEWCASTLE RECORDING STUDIOS


    NEWCASTLE RECORDING STUDIOS

    Prizes such as time in recording studios were up for grabs at the Open Mic UK Newcastle Regional Finals!

     

    Newcastle Recording Studios Prizes: The Open Mic UK Newcastle Regional Finals took place this weekend at …

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