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CARDIFF SINGING COMPETITION 

Singers were given feedback at the Cardiff Regional Final Showcase

CARDIFF SINGING COMPETITION   

Cardiff Singing Competition: At Open Mic UK we provide music industry feedback to all acts that perform in our shows. Below is feedback for acts from the Cardiff Music contest. Open Mic UK is more than a competition and if you’d like advice on how to develop as an act then please click here advice for aspiring singers 

Alternatively click here to apply to enter the Open Mic UK competition in Cardiff.

Cardiff Singing Competition – Open Mic UK

The music industry judges at the Cardiff singing competition included:

  • Chris Grayston, Music Consultant
  • Andy Baker, Founder of Resound Media, home of Sound Consultancy and Rocket Fuel. He's responsible for getting many new artists on national radio and has landed unsigned acts on tours with Little Mix, Leona Lewis and Lionel Richie
  • Gary Gardener, Tour Manager and agent
  • Tom Auton (Shows 1&2), Singer songwriter and winner of the UK’s best original song.
  • Chenee’ Grant, Golden Boy Records; www.goldenboyrecords.co.uk

Cardiff Singing Competition: 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.

Cardiff Singing Competition - Feedback

Lauren Jones – Big song, big voice! Great performance. It was a great show opener. We would like to see you write your own music. You have great potential to become an artist. Click here for tips on writing a song. Super tone, to gain even more projection - get as close as you can to the microphone. Click here for more on microphone techniques and pulling away on the mic on the high notes. Don’t be frightened to take the mic off the stand and use the stage. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Julia Berela – You connected to your song very well, you delivered lots of emotion. Click here for being able to sing with emotion. Great to hear you perform your own song, the key work prevented a better flow as you were looking down at the notes which you should have practiced. This prevented you performing fully. Click here for more on performing with music keyboards. Your very musical, be sure to practice your performance as much as possible as you have great potential.

Kiah Lindsay – You and your voice are beautiful! Confident performance, look to commit even more! Work the stage as much as possible, move around to help us connect to you as a performer. Can see you are working the facial expressions just try to exaggerate them even more. Click here for the importance of singing with facial expressions. Vocally lovely tone, just watch your breathing so you can commit more to the high notes and chorus. Click here for breath control exercises – they will help you do this.

Amelia Anne – You have great confidence and gave us an excellent performance. You have a very strong voice for your age. Sweet tone, look to develop the depth in your vocal to be even better. Take care and give as much attention to the low notes and not just the high ones we know you can do! Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Remain focused on your timing throughout to be spot on! Demonstrated a lovely character and personality - never lose that!

Leah Morgan – Good power and tone, look to develop your projection to give us even more volume. You can do this by bringing the microphone closer to your lips. Look to take the mic off the stand and work the stage also! Click here for tips on microphone techniques. You gave a lot effort to the chorus and ran out of breath, so work on the control and perhaps look to nail singing more suitable songs rather than massive power ballads. Click here for breath control exercises – they will help you manage your breathing technique.

El’J – You have a very nice angelic tone to your voice. You aren’t performing - look to use your body and expression to convey the emotion in the song. Click here for the importance of singing with facial expressions and stage performance tips for singers. Watch other performers and study their performance on channels like YouTube. Practice in front of a mirror and film it to watch how you can incorporate certain performance styles into your performance. 

Chyna Blue – Good delivery of the song. You have a nice voice. Great stage name! Nerves affected the performance and your tuning, in particular. Be sure to minimise these so you can focus fully on your performance. Click here for more on dealing with nerves whilst singing. Look to perform and practice as much as you can to build confidence. Click here for tips on building stage confidence as a singer

Hannah Mackreth – There was a great connection to the song, we could feel your emotion. Appreciated your attempts to perform. Try to commit even more to the performance. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. You connected well to the emotion in the song, do this even more by incorporating greater dynamics to add other than sadness and pain. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Watch performers and study their performance on channels like YouTube, then practice in front of a mirror and film it to watch how you can incorporate certain performance styles into your performance. 

Caitlin Mae Nedahl – You have a nice voice. You performed well, look to work the stage even more. Good sultry image and stage presence to go along with the song. Click here for tips on finding an image as a musician. Vocally strong along with expression for what was a well-balanced performance. Click here for tips on audience participation, not sure this is the most appropriate song for this request. Take care to not hit the mic head so it pops. You owned it, well done!

Rhianna Grace – Excellent performance. You have a beautiful voice. Use eye contact to reach out to your audience, this is how you would convey the emotion from the song. Click here for more on why eye contact is important. You hold yourself well on the piano. Click here for more on performing with music keyboards. Try to smile more on stage! Show your audience your enjoying yourself. 

Bethan Marsden – Nice tone, just look to connect us to the emotion in the song as it holds a lot of emotion. Look to work on your expression and body movement to do this. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions and being able to sing with emotion. When performing look to stay within the light pallet. Watch performers and study their performance on channels like YouTube, then practice in front of a mirror and film it to watch how you incorporate performance. 

Zo-snow – Beautiful voice! You have a great sound and good pitch. Remember your performance starts as soon as you hit the stage. Lovely rasp to your vocal, you need to back that up with a performance now. Try to incorporate body movements to use the stage. Click here stage performance tips for singers. Work the dynamics to give more depth and emphasis to the chorus and hooks. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. You should be proud of your performance.

Hollie Gillespie – Nice smiley performance with good expression throughout. Look at giving us more dynamic range to be even better. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Work on your guitar playing to bring dynamic range to the instrument side too. This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for guitar playing tips. Remember your body can convey emotion too so give that more appropriate movement. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Slayy – You have strong vocals, just look to add even more dynamics in particular varying your tones and texture. Worked the stage and performed great together but consider keeping a rein on the enthusiam! The cheography was good and you both have great chemistry as performers, be sure to maintain that connection click here for more on performing as a duo. Only slight concern is make sure it’s a bit more natural thus ensuring you don't over cook the performance and come across cheesy. Going forward look to show us more of you as artists, choose a song that you can bring your own spin to. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer, the cover was a little repetitive after a while and again this is where dynamics can give you the edge and maintain the interest to a strong start. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. You looked like you were having fun which is engaging for your audience and you have bags of potential.

Carmen Marie – You have a good voice! You also have a great range. Great you expressed the song well… just try and keep it natural and not too exaggerated at times. Strong vocally, look to give us even more variation. Alternating your vocal dynamics will do this. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics

Cardiff Singing Competition – Feedback

Lucy Elizabeth – You’re a good story teller. You have a nice voice. Try and find yourself as an artist you need to show us your originality. Choose a song that you can bring your own spin to and make your own. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Vocally you suffered from the nerves, we could hear them in your performance. Try to minimise these before coming on stage. Click here for more on dealing with nerves as a singer. Look to just refine your facial expressions to be spot on.

Zara Jagroo – Amazing vocals. You have excellent song writing skills and composure. Nice song with lots of emotion which you can sing with passion. Try and not look down so much when laying as it detracts your emotion from the performance. The dynamics felt a little rushed at times and it would benefit from more diverse dynamics as a performance. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves.

Charlotte Morgan – Lovely tone, just watch your timing and tuning which meant you lost focus - work with a good singing teacher to develop these areas. Click here for tips on picking the right singing teacher for you. Look to read this post on ways you can help with the nerves so they don’t impact on the performance: dealing with nerves. More performance will help build you confidence. Backing track didn’t sound great, so look to work on that. Click here for tips on backing music. Your voice outshined the poor backing track, so well done for that.

Gii Dhi – You have an amazing and unique tone. Remember to perform as soon as you hit the stage, you had a long intro and it begged some element of performance at the start of the song. Look to work the stage more to give us more presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. It was also a song that demanded more dynamic range in your vocal, look to work on this so your performance is more engaging. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics

Laura-Louise – You have a lovely tone in your voice. Song had some great lyrics and loads of potential but you failed to bring it alive with the lack of emotion and facial expressions. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion and singing with facial expressions. Performance wise, try bring to the table more body movement and movement in general. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Try to smile and enjoy the performance!

Rebecca Leigh – Strong voice and good delivery. You have smiley eyes! Try to use these to convey the emotion in the song. Look to work on your mic control so that it works well in your performance. Click here for microphone techniques. Liked your connection emotionally to the song, take care not to push the vocal too hard and lose control. Click here for vocal exercises for singers – these will help you control your vocals. Powerful performance. 

Reg – You have a very soulful voice, love the slight crackle in it. You are better than you think, so look to over-commit and believe in yourself. Command that stage more! Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Greater diversity of dynamics would have highlighted your vocal even more. Try to bring more power to your higher register. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics

Pete Morgan – Take care with your expression you look like you are straining at times, you should be expressing optimism and hope, as well as anguish. Click here for singing with facial expressions. Commit more to the performance and work on being on point with conveying the emotion in the song. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. Watch performers and study their performance on channels like YouTube, then practice in front of a mirror and film it to see how you can incorporate certain performance styles into your performance. 

Sophie Morris – You delivered the hook well. You need perform more and hopefully the confidence will grow. Click here for tips on building stage confidence as a singer. The nerves seemed to affect the vocals quite a bit. Once you have your nerves under control, use the stage and show better presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Ryan St Amand – Nice song! You have a lovely tone and voice. Less is more sometimes so give less before the hooks and then you can punch through the chorus which would create more impact. Click here for tips on writing a song. Try to bring more dynamics to the guitar playing. This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for guitar playing tips.

Sophie Sutton – Wicked! You have a lovely performance. Great guitar skills – cool riffs. Lots of potential with this song! Click here for more tips on writing a song and writing that killer chorus. We enjoyed your performance, well done. 

Robyn Darcy Pearce – Try and find yourself as an artist you have a lovely vocal but need to be original. Look to perform a song that you can bring your own spin to. Click here for tips on performing a creative cover as a singer. Or better still start to right your own songs! Liked you thought about standing out with an image. Click here for finding an image as a musician. We can see you in the theatre!

Matthew Cook – Great effort! Look to work the stage even more with real purpose, to give us more presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. It was also a song that demanded more dynamic range in your vocal. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Try and find yourself as an artist you have a lovely vocal but need to be original. You looked like you were having fun!

Our Presence – Memorable. You have great chemistry as a band. You can clearly sing superbly! Singing acapella is essentially, singing without maximising your potential. Harmonies were overall very good. Click here for tips on singing in a group. We need to hear a greater vocal range; this will be more engaging for your audience. 

Carley Knight – Beautiful song structure. Soft and lovely tone. Felt like it would be benefitted from being a slightly quicker tempo. Your looking down quite a bit when you should be looking up and reaching out to your audience. Making eye contact helps convey the emotions in the song. Click here for the importance of eye contact.

Cardiff Singing Competition – Feedback

Kate Mulraney – You have a super vocal. Remember to perform throughout - even more so in the instrumental sections. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Watch your expression as you’re not conveying the emotions of the song as much as you could. Click here for singing with facial expressions. Very powerful – you delivered the song well!

Danyela and Mike D – Good connection! Your voices really complement each other. However, the performance lacked dynamics which would have brought the song alive. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Try and reach out a little more to your audience rather than each other as much. Click here for tips on audience engagement. Great vocalist and guitarist.

Rebecca Mills – Great performance. Looked that you connected well with the song. However, don’t get too self-indulgent, open your eyes and reach out to your audience. This is how you portray the emotions of the song to your audience. Click here for why eye contact is important to a performer. Going forward look to show us more of you as an artist, choose a song that you can bring your spin to and make your own. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Take the mic off the stand and look to work the stage to show us more presence.

Jason Alexander – Super vocal, have confidence to commit even more to the performance. As performers try and glance or smile at each other to show you are as one. It was also a performance that demanded more dynamic range in your vocal. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Try and find yourself as an artist you have a lovely vocal but need to be original. Click here for tips on performing a creative cover as a singer. Great performance, well done.

Komposa and Mic D – All very talented! You have a nice vibe as a group. We enjoyed the rapping! Your interaction with each other could improve slightly, sometimes it’s like you are competing rather than performing as one. Look to performing as one. Click here for tips on singing in a group. Overall an excellent performance.

Jennifer Claire – You have a massive range and super vocal! You need to believe in yourself more so we can see your commitment to the stage. This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Regarding your image, look to wear something to make you stand out credibly. Click here for tips on finding an image as a musician. We loved the version of the song, well done.

Ahnuh Valentine – Lovely tones and depth to your vocal. Nice classical sound in your lower register. It was a performance that demanded even more dynamic range in your vocal to keep the interest going. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Look to use the stage more, this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Great performance.

Cadenza – Good vibe and stage performance! You have some great voices. Love the vocal arrangement. Would be cool to hear your own music. Click here for tips on writing a song. Some vocals were slightly pitchy in places, especially in your lower register. Click here for vocal exercises for singers – these will help strengthen your vocals.

Carl Fisher – A very entertaining performance! Your audience participation was well used, this meant that they were fully engaged. Click here for tips on audience participation. Have a think about your song choice and image, as they should be slightly in sync. Click here for act image and synchronisation. Overall, a good performance!  

Megan Taper – You have a nice voice. Good commitment and passion, just make sure you don’t overcook it and over perform. Vocally on occasions you are pushing it too hard and losing control. Look to work on developing your projection so you have the extra gears in comfort. Click here for vocal exercises for singers – these will help strengthen l your vocals.

Cardiff Singing Competition - Singing Feedback

Steffi Marie – Loved the authentic sound and your vocal works well for country. Need to ensure you practice to the point you cannot get it wrong. Always remember if you make a mistake bluff it through otherwise you bring attention to yourself. Also, consider your image you are dressed lovely but not authentic to the music you are performing. Click here for act image and synchronisation

Nia – Loved the sound of your voice, you need to explore more into it. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Try and draw us in with your eye contact to connect us to your music. This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for why eye contact is important to a performer. Try and remain focused throughout the performance it was a little untidy in places.

Jeremy Richards – You play lovely on the piano. Song sounded nice but a little repetitive around the hook and would benefitted from better dynamics to drive through the hook. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Brilliant key work! Click here for tips on writing a song and writing that killer chorus.  Performance wise we’d like more eye contact to connect with you as a performer. This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for why eye contact is important to a performer.

Nicky Pendry – Super vocal and playing! Try to watch your mic control, be sure to bring the microphone close to your lips to maximise your projection. Click here for microphone techniques. At this stage of your career we would have liked to have had something different from you. Look to choose a song that you can bring your own spin to. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Ideally we’d like to hear you performing your own songs so we understand you as an artist. 

Marcus Carroll – What a super tone you have! Look to make the most of what you’ve got by committing to the performance more, right from the start it was a bit sloppy. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Projection wise you’d get the most volume if you got closer to the mic. It will maximise your vocals. Click here for microphone techniques. You have great potential. 

Stef Harvey-Powell – Wonderful playing on the keys and hugely impressive vocal control. Amazing vocals! Perhaps look to be kinder with your expression. Click here for singing with facial expressions. You should have performed with a microphone as it would have amplified your vocal with more clarity. Click here for microphone techniques. You captivated the whole performance, well done.  

Roger Hardy – Your giving us movement in your performance, although we need to feel more emotion from you. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. Lots of potential with this song! Click here for tips on writing a song and writing that killer chorus. Think about incorporating greater guitar dynamics into the performance, that will punch through that chorus! Click here for guitar playing tips

Grace Parry – Liked your rapping, was very good! You worked the stage well, but it did have a dated feel. Vocally you have a lot of power but make sure you don’t force or push it too hard and lose the control. Click here for vocal exercises for singers – these will help strengthen your vocals. We enjoyed your performance, well done.

Aisha – You have lovely vocal control. Real potential here but it needs a little tidying up to be even better. As performers show some connection - just a little glance or smile does the trick. Strong tone to your vocal, consider your diction as it wasn’t clear what you were singing. This is important so your audience can connect to your lyrics. Click here for more on how to improve diction.

What’s Eating Elkie Barton – We enjoyed your harmonies. Your very original. Cool vibe going on, still room for a bit more dynamic in the performance especially from the beats. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Your performance was cool, interesting and unique – we thoroughly enjoyed it. Have a look at the following article for some tips on singing in a group.

Rebecca Hurn – You have a beautiful voice. Super song! Catchy and tuneful! Performance wise, you need to perform as much as you can to learn a bit more stage craft. Use the stage to be more engaging to your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. You were looking down too much on stage, you need to use eye contact to show the audience your emotional connection to the song. Click here for why eye contact is important to a performer.

Alex Dobson – Very talented! Your very creative. Like most loop pedal artists takes an age to get up and running. Click here for tips on a guitar loop pedal performance. Great creative cover, you built up a super backing so it was well worked with the loop. Vocally would be nice to see you work on your projection to be even better. Click here for vocal exercises for singers – these will help aid your projection.

Bella – Bold vocal. You have a beautiful voice. Like that you took the mic off the stand to work the stage, however you should have come to the front of the stage and used the stage more to its full potential. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Vocally if you rework the dynamics it will show off your vocals. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics.

Chelsea Jones – Super vocals – very good voice! Look to come to the front of the stage and use the stage more. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Consider choosing a song which you can be creative with and bring your own spin to. This would show us more of your originality. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Focus on repetitive practise to improve your stage confidence. 

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