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BRIGHTON TALENT CONTEST   

Brighton Talent Contest: Music industry judges gave singers feedback at the Brighton talent contest at The Old Market, Brighton this weekend. The Brighton talent contest gave singers and songwriters the opportunity to gain a place in the Area Finals of Open Mic UK.

Brighton Talent Contest – Open Mic UK 2016

The music industry judges at the Brighton Talent Contest included:

  • Chris Grayston, Music Consultant
  • Nadia Strahan, Singing teacher and songwriter
  • Dionne Slater, Vocademy
  • Scarlett Quinn, Artist
  • Megan (WRAP, Write rock and pop), Theatre Workshop Rep
  • Cameron, Hidden Cam Studios

Brighton Talent Contest: 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.

Brighton Talent Contest - Under 16’s Feedback

SD Brothers – Your vocals blend nice together. You have great pop voices. Watch your mic control, you are quite a long way away from the mics. Bring them closer to your lips to maximise projection. Click here for tips on microphones technique for singers. We liked that you looked across to each other to show connection as a duo. Harmonies as a duo are of utmost importance, try to incorporate those into your performance. Click here for more on singing in a group. Ensure you practice so you don’t forget the words - practice till you never get it wrong! Totally cute!

Amy O’Connor – Lovely original song. Loved your engagement to the song. We loved your voice! Look to perform as soon as you come on stage. Liked you gave us a smile as you performed. Give your performance more purpose on stage. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Look to practice at home in the mirror and/or use your phone so you practice to the point you know exactly what you are going to do on stage. You have so much potential.

Lizzy Woolmer – Good delivery and lovely tone. Look to bring the performance alive by using your eyes to reach out and connect to your audience. This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. Watch your breath control, look at doing some breath control exercises to help you relax on stage. Click here for tips on breath control exercises for singers. Good song choice to connect emotionally to the song. Click here for the importance of song choices. You have great confidence.

Dia Buszman – Super tone! You need to have more control on your microphone technique you are moving around a lot inconsistently, which is affecting your vocals. Click here for some tips on microphones technique for singers. Good you came to the front of the stage and you expressed the song well, just tie the expression in with the eye contact to connect us even more to the song. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. Try to show your enjoying your performance too! This will be more engaging for your audience.  

Cameron Nisbet – Liked you performed and committed to the performance – we could feel your passion! Potential is there! You need to learn how to control the nerves so you can focus on your vocals. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves. Try not to force your vocal, as you seem to lose control of it. Click here for vocal exercises for singers – this will help you control your vocals. You will be storming through the west end in a few years!

Eden Passley – Lovely vocal quality. You have an individual sound. Great to see you performing with the keys. However, need to practice a lot more to be a bit more stage ready felt the playing slowed down the tempo. The song was in a different key to your voice which was a shame. This will be ironed out with practice. Click here for more on performing with music keyboards. You have an amazing voice! 

Neave – You have lovely vocal quality. You have good control and placement. You picked a sensitive song and conveyed it well. Look to use your body and eyes to portrait the emotion even better. Using eye contact will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. You have a lovely voice and you gave us a classy performance – well done.

OneThreeFive – Great delivery. You have an amazing vocals and incredible pitching ability. We need to see more chemistry between the three of you - try to reach out to each other on stage, a glance or smile to each other to show you’re together doing it together. Click here for more on singing in a group. Harmonies are key as a vocal group so always look to layer these up to give as much depth as possible. Incorporating vocal dynamics will help do this. Click here for some tips on vocal dynamics.

Shalamar B – Beautifully delivered. Vocally the most mature so far! Loved the emotional connection you showed us. You used eye contact to connect your audience to the song – which is important as performer. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. Look to use your hands and body more as an extra tool for conveying even more emotion. Try to play around with the rhythm of the melody line a little. A star in the making! 

Brighton Talent Contest – Singing Feedback

Stella – Super song choice! You have a lovely tone, good control and delivery. Watch your mic control, you are quite a long way away from the mics. Bring them closer to your lips to maximise projection. Click here for tips on microphones technique for singers. Look to perform as much as you can so you can learn your stage craft. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Attend Open Mic nights to help build your confidence on stage.

Cheska Ruiz – You have good vocal control and delivery. Take care not to force the vocal and lose control. Click here for vocal exercises for singers – this will help improve these. You need to improve your mic technique – bring it closer to your lips to maximise vocal projection. Click here for tips on microphones technique for singers. Super tone when you are singing the verse and not looking to force the power! You’re a total star, your insanely talented for your age.

Katie Otu – Good delivery and vocals. Loved the song choice, although at times you weren’t fully in control and need to look to work on your projection and range to be more comfortable with singing this song. A singing teacher will be able to help you iron out these. Click here for tips on how to pick the right singing teacher for you. Try to enjoy yourself on stage, this will be more engaging for your audience. You used the stage well, a true performer!

Erin Bloomer – Beautiful vocal quality. We loved your stage presence. Loved the colour in your tone and we felt you connected well emotionally with the song. Your facial expressions helped do this – Click here for more on singing with facial expressions. A sensitive performance to an emotional song. Ensure when you set up, you are as close to the mic as possible to get the most from the projection. Click here for tips on microphones technique for singers. Your captivating has a singer! 

Eve Walsh – You have a lovely quality voice. You used the stage well and liked you came to the front of the stage to connect to your audience. Going forward look to try and be a little more creative with the song to show us originality. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Try to offer us more vocal dynamics, this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for some tips on vocal dynamics

Natasha Cullen – Powerful vocal! You have a fantastic voice, can’t believe your only ten years old. Learn to use it more effectively by working the dynamics more perhaps let the song breathe more before the chorus so it gives more impact. Click here for more on bringing vocal dynamics to the performance. Also look to use the stage more, to be more engaging to your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.  A very passionate performance, well done. 

Rhea Ryder – Lovely delivery and vocal quality. A strong commanding performance! Good expression, just look to bring out the positivity and optimism in the song in addition to the pain and suffering which you are already conveying well! Click here for more on bringing more vocal dynamics to the performance. Don’t be afraid to make eye contact with your audience, your performance will be more engaging if your able to do this.

Brighton Talent Contest – 16-20’s Feedback

Charlie Mather – Powerful vocal! Good strong delivery. Your image was a little out of synch with the song choice and the overall performance. Click here for act image and synchronisation – these tips will help bring the most out of your performance. Don’t be frightened to take the mic off the stand and use the stage. This will make your performance more engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.  

Perry Ripley – Loved the low, rich tone in your voice. Liked the moody delivery, perhaps commit more to the performance. Use your eyes to reach out and connect with your audience. This will make your performance more engaging. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. Also consider adding more dynamics to really get the chorus biting through even more. Click here for tips on using vocal dynamics. You look like a star!

The Zaffire Twinz – Super harmonies, between you showing a lovely range and contrasting tones - sung superbly in time. Click here for more on singing in a group. As performers you reached out to each other with a few little glances and smiles which showed good connection. Try to use the connection you have with each other to the audience also. Click here for tips on audience engagement. What you need to consider developing is stage presence and using the stage more. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Charlie Clarke – You have a great voice, and are very confident. Liked you made the cover your own! This meant that we could see your originality as an artist. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Good commitment to the performance! Use your eyes as much as you can – using eye contact will make your performance more engaging. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. You have a great stage presence. 

Zoe Zori – Amazing original song! Super confident performance and super eye contact! This meant your audience could fully connect to you as an artist. Click here for why is eye contact important as a performer. Look to use your body to convey even more emotion from the performance. Click here for more on playing guitar. You know who you are as an artist. 

Millie – Lovely vocal – some of our judges adored it! Picking a very popular cover is always going to leave you coming up short from the original artist who we are familiar with hearing. We would like to hear you sing something pop/country. Click here for the importance of song choices. Look to pick a different song that you can bring your own spin to as an artist, this will show us your originality. Try to use the stage to help connect your performance to your audience. It will also be more entertaining. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Connor and Amber – Super harmonies between you showing a lovely range and contrasting tones. Gorgeous words. As performers, try and reach out to each other – e.g. a little glance and/or smile as you felt quite unconnected as performers. Click here for more on singing in a group. Remember to practice so you never get it wrong. This will allow you to gain more confidence and prevent any forgetting of any words. Click here for building your stage confidence as a singer.

Brighton Talent Contest – Feedback for Singer’s

Harry Freestone – Fantastic voice! You have so much soul to your voice. Liked you made the song your own! You showed us your originality as an artist. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. The performance itself would have benefitted from more dynamics. Click here for tips and suggestions for more vocal dynamics in a performance. Use your eyes and expression in your face to reach out and connect us to your performance. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions

The Wild – Love the violin, ideas and blend of set up. You guys are great! Just at times especially at the start it felt like it needed to breathe a little. Better arrangement and dynamics could achieve this. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Perhaps the breakdown towards the end should have been worked into the start. The whole song needs to focus on driving the hook of the song. Front man needs to give more presence; better eye contact could have assisted in this. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer.  Loved the emotional connection that you showed us. 

Josie Conway – You have a lovely voice. Potential is there, need to learn how to control the nerves. Click more for some tips on dealing with nerves as this was impacting on the vocal. Try not to force the vocal so you lose control. Also consider song choice, this felt like it was too big for you, so work out what makes your sweeter tones in your range shine out more. The performance itself would have benefitted from more dynamics. Click here for tips and suggestions for more vocal dynamics in a performance. Spend some time working on your vocals. In a couple of years, you will have great artist credibility!

Megan – Lovely tone to your vocal! Picking a very popular cover is always going to leave you coming up short from and being compared to the original artist. Click here for the importance of song choices. Try to pick a song that you can bring your own spin to, to show us your originality. Look to use the stage to help connect your performance to your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Take care with your control, as on occasions you were a bit pitchy.

India Blue – Totally unique in your delivery and image, your sound was soothing and dreamy. Lovely control on the keys. Click here for more on performing with music keyboards. Good song, interesting story and lyrics. The nice story is engaging for your audience as they could connect to your song. The only thing it was lacking was a really catchy hook to make the song even better – a build-up. Click here for more on writing a song and writing that killer chorus.

Carl Parsons – Super power and control in your vocal! This coupled with goo dynamics and colour in your vocal tone is fab! A touch more breath support will help the power of your belt. Click here for breath control exercises that will help you do this. Liked your eye contact - take care to not be too intense and lose the sentiment of the emotion in the song. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. Gorgeous and natural.

Shauna Pentony – Sounded nice! You have very pretty vocals. It was very much on one level - look to work more dynamic variation to keep us interested till the end. Click here for the importance of vocal dynamics in your performance. Try to use eye contact to keep your audience engaged with your performance. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. Watch your guitar playing as you are catching the wrong string a few times, so it could be tidied up a little. 

Frankie Milroy – Lovely tone and projection to your vocal. Strong and confident delivery. Choosing a very popular cover is always going to leave you coming up short from and being compared to the original artist. Try to choose a song that you can bring your own spin to, to show your audience your originality. Look to use the stage to bring some magnitude to your performance. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. We could listen to your voice all day!

Brighton Talent Contest – 21 and Over’s Feedback 

Roux – Very confident! The lead has a nice voice. As performers just try and reach out to each other a little glance and/or smile as you felt quite unconnected as performers. Click here for more on singing in a group. Would like Alesha to commit more and give us more passion. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Try and incorporate some harmonies if you can, this would make your performance more memorable.

Hemsley Joy – Sweet melody and nicely performed. We really enjoyed your lyrics – we could see your connection to the song. Remember to practice so you never get it wrong! This will allow you gain more confidence and prevent any forgetting of any words. Click here for building your stage confidence as a singer. You stopped as your hair got in your eyes – you should never stop in a performance. Look to do as many Open Mic nights and performances as you can to aid this practice. Click here for the benefits of Open Mic nights for singers.

China Pavarotti – Stunning vocal performance and take on the song. Lovely power in your vocal! We need to see more facial expressions. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. If you look to work the dynamics it will highlight the power your vocal has even more. Click here for vocal dynamics. You are so talented, keep going with this.

Yassi V – Sounded really good. Super tone to your vocal. Try and get a change up in dynamics within the first minute so we get grabbed by the hook. You used the dynamics well later in the song but give the tempo and projection even more to give us more of a contrast between the verses and chorus. Click here on advice on vocal dynamics. Fantastic song writing. You gave us a stunning performance, well done.

Kyla Russel – Lovely tone and projection to your vocal. Picking a very popular cover is always going to leave you coming up short from and being compared to the original artist. It also felt too big for you, so work out what makes your sweeter tones in your range shine out more. Click here for the importance of song choices. Potential is there, you need to learn how to control the nerves. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves as this was impacting on the vocal. Try not to force the vocal so you lose control.  

Men At Risk – Such a likeable group! Hugely entertaining. Super harmonies, between you showing a lovely range and contrasting tones. You sung superbly in time. Click here for more on singing in a group. As performers you reached out to each with a few little glances and smiles which showed good connection between you all. Maybe in small snippets, show off your individual voices and bring those back together. You all have great voices.

Freddie Marlow – Liked your gravelly vocal. Great song writing. Try to watch your microphone control as you were pulling away too soon from the mic and reducing your projection too soon. Click here for tips on microphones technique for singers. Look to give us more varied expression – it was slightly one dimensional. You need to embrace the positivity and optimism within the song as well as the pain and suffering that conveyed throughout the performance. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. Standing up whilst performing allows for a lot more performance rather than being restricted down.

Rus – You have a good voice. It was lovely and clear. Try to use the stage more, you are a bit too static. Moving around the stage will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Liked your rendition of the song! We would have liked to hear you performing your own songs. This will help develop you as an artist. Click here for more on writing a song. Try to enjoy your performance along with your audience!

Rooz and the Carnivale – Cool song and vibe. Super harmonies, between you showing a lovely range and contrasting tones. Click here for more on singing in a group. Be careful when asking for audience participation. Click here for tips on audience participation. As performers just try and reach out to each other a little glance and/or smile as you felt quite unconnected as performers. Expression wise it’s a song of optimism, so make sure to look like your enjoying yourself!

Jayne Snow – Sweet tone to your vocal and a simmering projection which you used well. Try and reach out to your audience with your eyes to contact us even more to your performance. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer. Lovely warm sound from your guitar. Try to give us more energy on your guitar to match your big vocal. Expression wise just look to give us more array of emotion from the song. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Great performance, well done.

Jacob Aaron – Liked you performed and committed to the performance. Potential is there. You need to learn how to control the nerves. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves as this was impacting on the vocal. Try not to force the vocal so you lose control and you need to watch you’re tuning. A singing teacher will be able to help you iron out these. Click here for tips on how to pick the right singing teacher for you. Consider song choice, this felt like it was too big for you, so work out what makes your sweeter tones in your range shine out more. Click here for the importance of song choices. Nice dance break!

Brighton Talent Contest – Feedback for Singer’s

Jenna Bennett – You are amazing at what you do! You have a great voice. It felt an intense performance and song which you conveyed the emotion very well. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. Watch your expression as sometimes your facial expression can come across a little harsh, try and cover more of a dynamic range of emotion. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Your lyrics are very relatable. 

Alex Love – Song is good! Loved your voice. The performance is a hard watch; I’m not getting the emotion you want to convey. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. This will help you with ways to express that emotion your audience needs. Look to give more presence on the stage, this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. You have great strength to your vocals.

Ben Westwood – Well delivered song. You have a good voice. Song lacked a strong hook. Click here for tips on writing a song and writing that killer chorus. Needs a hook and for you to drive the dynamics around it. Look to give us more varied expression, it felt slightly one dimensional. You need to embrace the positivity and optimism within the song as well as the pain and suffering that you conveyed throughout the performance. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Don’t be afraid to belt parts of the song!

Simon Studd – Lovely tone and projection to your vocal. Picking a very popular cover is always going to leave you coming up short from and being compared to the original artist. Click here for the importance of song choices. Look to perform a song that you can bring your own spin to, this would show us your originality. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. This performance was too much of an impression rather than showing us you as artist; look to write your own songs! 

Theresa Draper – Nice vocal projection and tone. You have a brilliant voice! Standing up will give you much more ability to perform, sitting down is restricted. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Look to give us more varied expression, it felt slightly one dimensional - you need to embrace the positivity and optimism within the song as well as the pain and suffering that conveyed throughout the performance. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Also consider working the dynamics of the song harder!

Marcus Pain – You’re a great songwriter, the rhythm was good! We enjoyed the mashup song you performed! Click here for song mash-ups. You have a very chilled and catchy style that matches your vocal ability. You’re individuality will be you apart from other artists. Song wise, try and let it breathe a little more so it exposes the chorus to be even more catchier. Click here for more on vocal dynamics to help you achieve this.

Shoebridge – You have an individual sound and a great voice! Good quality and delivery. Need more dynamic change in the song and your performance. It all felt all on one level – try to vary it slightly. Click here for more on vocal dynamics to help you achieve this. Standing up whilst performing allows for a lot more performance rather than being restricted down. Your overall performance needs to be more engaging, standing up will help you do this. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Try to be more confident, you have talent.

Alexa Rose – You have a great voice. We enjoyed your energy – this is engaging for your audience. You committed well to the performance and used the stage well. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Song choice felt a bit dated and bit 80’s! Look to write your own songs and let’s hear who you are as an artist. Click here for tips on writing a song

Elisha – Lovely tone and projection to your vocal. You communicated the story and the song well. Try picking a very popular cover is always going to leave you coming up short from and being compared to the original artist. Click here for the importance of song choices, Watch you don’t push your vocal too hard and lose control. Click here for vocal exercises for singers – this will help you control your vocals. We can see you on Jools Holland!

Natalie K – Powerful and controlled voice. Liked that you took the mic off the stand. This is engaging for your audience. Was a good song choice but it doesn’t show us much of you as an original artist. Look at choosing a song that you can bring your own spin to. Click here for tips on performing a creative cover as a singer. Don’t force the vocal and lose your control which is easily done under pressure. Be sure to use eye contact to connect the emotions to your audience, at times this was lacking. Click here for the why is eye contact important as a performer.

BRIGHTON TALENT CONTEST

All singers and songwriters successful through the Brighton Talent Contest progressed onto the next stage of the competition at the Sourthern England Area Final Showcase which will be held at The 1865 Southampton on Sunday 20th 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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    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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