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Singers were given feedback at the Essex Regional Final Showcase

ESSEX SINGING CONTEST  

Essex Singing Contest: Music industry judges gave singers feedback at the Essex singing contest at Marconi Social Club in Essex this weekend. The Essex singing contest gave singers and songwriters the opportunity to gain a place in the Area Finals of Open Mic UK.

Essex Singing Contest – Open Mic UK 2016

The music industry judges at the Essex singing contest included:

  • Chris Grayston, Music Consultant
  • Emma Durrant, Essence Music Agency
  • Laurence Hobbs, Charthouse studios, record producer who has worked with the likes of Pixie Lott and Sam Smith
  • Leon Bacquenois, Stormcraft Music
  • Tom Edmans, http://www.unsignedmusicblog.com

Essex Singing 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.

Essex Singing Contest - Under 16’s Feedback

Kayleigh – You showed us power and vulnerability through your performance, that was good! You have a sweet tone! Try and commit more to the performance. Look to use the stage, come to the front of the stage and help connect us to your performance. Click here for more on stage performance. Consider your mic control - bringing it closer to your lips will maximise your projection. Click here for some tips on microphone techniques

Annabel – Good song choice - nice contemporary song. As the original was performed by a male it makes your performance unique. Click here for the importance of song choices. Your nerves got the better of you at times, it meant some notes were pitchy. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. You need to perform more to get the nerves under control, if you do this your performances will be consistently good. Your vocals were all when level, we need to see some variety in your vocals. Incorporating some singing dynamics into your performance will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for tips on improving your singing dynamics

Anna Bruce – Good to see you playing along with your guitar to give a good live vibe! Look to introduce more movement into your performance and commit even more. If you seem more enthusiastic about your performance, your audience will be too. Click here for guitar playing tips. Consider your mic control. Bringing it closer to your lips will maximise your projection. Click here for some tips on microphone techniques. 

Gabriel Ferreria – You have a strong rich tone. We need to see some facial expressions to maximise the emotions in your performance. Click here with how to sing with emotion. Song wise try and make it flow a little more, use all the tools at your disposal to work the dynamics, in particular the hook of the song. Click here for some tips on improving your singing dynamics. Keep going with your original work. 

Alexia – Your very charismatic, loved that! Loads of potential here! You gave us a lovely and smiley performance that was very engaging. Try and use the stage as much as you can to give us more presence. Grew into the performance after and very nervy start! Click here for how to calm nerves. Work with a good singing teacher to assist with your pitch and tuning. Click here for more on selecting the best singing teacher for you. Ensure you maintain vocal control rather than trying to force the vocal.

Holly Fitzgerald – Lovely and relaxed vocal. Remember to back it up with more of a performance, work the stage - you were very rooted to the spot. Think about how you can convey the emotion in the song as best as you can; opening up and projecting on your choruses will help do this. Click here for more on being able to sing with emotion. Look to perform as much as you can and really go for it! 

Bryony-Rose – You have a very powerful voice. You had great energy! Nice spectrum of tone in your vocal, which bought nice dynamics to the song. You have the ingredients of a great song! Click here for more on song writing and writing that killer chorus. We love your originality, you have great potential, so keep doing what you’re doing.

Christina – Nice performance! Liked you made the cover your own which is really important. This, combined with your good image showed us your originality as an artist. Click here for the importance of performing a creative cover as a singer. An another good article for you is performing with keys and creating as much engagement as you can. When considering the expression don’t just reflect on the pain and sorrow of a song but the optimism and hope also when appropriate during your performance. Click here for the importance of audience engagement. 

Manchester Singing Contest – Singer’s Feedback

Grace – You have a lovely clear vocal. This meant your diction was great – we could hear every word you were saying. Commit more to conveying the emotion on the song. If you can connect us to the emotion of the song you are half way there to being an artist. Think about your facial expressions and movement on stage, doing that would improve your emotional connection. Click here for more on being able to sing with emotion

Zoe – You have a great voice and projection. You performed with the ukulele well, with an appropriate song as it can be quite thin as an instrument, however it went well with the song and your vocal. Well done! Writing songs which are in your sweet sounding parts of your vocal is quite a talent, so keep at your song writing. We loved to see your originality as an artist. Click here for tips on song writing

Ella Massingham – You have a lovely tone and your easy to watch on stage, seems natural to you! Song choice is so important and on the whole you were struggling to keep this one under control. Think about choosing a song that would complement your vocal range. Click here for more on the importance of song choices. Eye contact is important to connect yourself to your audience, think about including this more in your performance. Click here for why eye contact is important. 

Sam Raven – You have a lovely distinctive tone. It’s vital to practice as much as you can. Doing this will mean you enjoy your own performance – it will be second nature to you. You have a great talent. Practice in front of a mirror and film yourself - you aren’t performing at the moment. You are looking down at your playing due to a possible lack of confidence. As a result, you are not giving eye contact which is vital in providing an engaging performance. Click here for why eye contact is important.

Ebby – We love your unique image! Because of this, you are memorable as a performer. Click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. Take care with your diction while singing. Try to project your voice more, so we can hear the lyrics of your song. Click here for how to improve diction. You made us feel that you were performing to each and every one of us; holding eye contact with your audience did this. It was very engaging. You may be the next pop diva!

Katie Trowbridge – Such a sweet tone to your vocal, the only trouble with performing a classical number is that it doesn’t show us much originality as an artist. Super commitment vocally, bring the same level of commitment to your performance as an area to look to develop, in particular your body movements, hand gestures and expression. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. 

Megan Emily – Nice rendition of the song! You have great vocals. Be careful where your microphone is, bring it closer to your lips as that will help with your projection. Click here for more on microphone techniques. Look to develop the dynamics of your performance, doing this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for tips on singing dynamics.

Livi Khattar – You are a natural performer! You have a great stage presence. Super commitment to the performance, liked you varied your tone and delivery to the performance to give us a nice dynamic to the performance. This was very engaging for your audience. Consider your expressions during your performance, don’t just reflect on the pain and sorrow of a song but the optimism and hope also when appropriate. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions.

Manchester Singing Contest – Feedback for singer’s 

Phoebe Austin – You have great vocals and we loved your song. A performance beyond your years! Very mature song writing - some super tones and dynamic to drive through the hook. Excited to see what else you have written as a natural song writer. Make sure your writing as much as you can to keep developing! Click here for some tips on song writing. You will then have a bigger song pool to select a debut album from. 

Millie Kirkpatrick – You have a lovely tone! Your more than half way there to being an artist, be excited to see you writing and performing your own songs. Solid guitar playing, it was a treat to watch. Click here for more on guitar playing tips. Look to focus on your expression to really convey the emotional message in the song. Click here for being able to sing with emotion. A consideration to dynamics would also be hugely beneficial. Click here for some tips on singing dynamics

Ahreen – You have great vocal projection! As an audience we could feel your nerves. Try to control these, your lovely vocals were being restricted by those. Click here for some tips on how to calm nerves. Good song choice! Contemporary and lots of movement. You need to commit fully to using the stage and performing. Vocally look to sing as much as you can so you can strengthen it under pressure! 

Josie and Sophie – You girls have lovely vocals! We loved your originality. As a duo so important to harmonise - which in places you did so nicely! Just ensure they all sound sweet and work. This will come with practise, and over rehearsing. Click here for more on singing in a group. Look to add more expression, and work on interacting with each other a little glance or smile at each other. This will show the audience your connection as a duo, this will be more engaging.

Megan Ashleigh – Great vocals and lovely projection! Loads of potential here, with a lovely smiling performance it was very engaging. Try and use that stage as much as you can to give us a bit more presence. Like to see a bit more originality from you. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer

Roddy Ryan – You have a great voice, we loved mix on the keys. You seem very versatile as an artist. Really comfortable musicianship! Loved the mash up, click here for more on performing song mash-ups. Take care not to mash up too many songs, as this would be overdoing it slightly. Good eye contact to really help us connect to your performance. Click here for the why eye contact is important.

Ella-Rose – You have a lovely voice. Great tone and projection. Well planned and rehearsed performance. Loved this version and arrangement - performed sensitively and with strong emotional connection. Click here for being able to sing with emotion. You gave us a great performance; you should be pleased!

Amber Atkinson – You have some great power in your vocals and great control. Good energy and commitment! Remember to use the stage, take the mic off the stand and reach out to your audience. Click here for some tips on improving your stage performance. Also consider developing your expression during your performance, to communicate the emotional connection to the audience. Click here for singing with facial expressions

Essex Singing Contest – 16-20s Feedback

Jon-Henri – We loved your originality and you had a lovely rasp to your vocal. Good eye contact and a catchy song! Look to work on your projection, need to look to strengthen to be even better, a good singing teacher will be able to assist you with this. Click here for more on selecting the best singing teacher for you. Perhaps look to drop the chorus in earlier to get us hooked earlier, could also loop back on it easily enough to really engage us. Breakdown was a little weak and circling around on the chorus would have been better! Click here for some tips on song writing.

Katie Ann – Lovely tone! You have a good projection. Please take care with your timing. Be aware where the microphone is as that will help with your projection. Click here for more on microphone techniques. Look to develop the dynamics of your performance. Doing this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance. Think about choosing a different song that you can bring your originality to. Click here for the importance of performing a creative cover as a singer.

Amber Munir – You have a lovely clear song. Great song that you showed the message of the emotion. Very composed performance and great expression. We loved your work on the keyboard. Click here for more on performing with music keyboards. You need to work the dynamics towards the end of the song to keep the levels set high. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance.

Queenie Sophia – You have a lovely tone and great confidence. Really catchy song which we can all relate too - super catchy! Good lyrics also, just take care that they all flow in your performance. Click here for some tips on song writing. Perform as much as you can, to develop that stage craft to be even better. Look to work on your expression to portray the emotion in the song more accurately. Click here for singing with facial expressions. Also, be careful of certain sections and lyrics in your songs - make sure they can’t be compared to another artist’s songs.

Nikki – You love the vulnerability in your vocals. They’re lovely! A sensitive performance appropriate for the song, look to focus on your expression to really convey the emotional message in the song. When considering the expression don’t just reflect on the pain and sorrow of a song but the optimism and hope also when appropriate. Click here for singing with facial expressions. A consideration to dynamics would also be hugely beneficial. Doing this will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance.

Lucy Armstrong - You have a sweet tone, strong projection with lots of potential! Try and commit more to the performance. Look to use that stage, come to the front of the stage and help connect us to your performance. Click here for more on stage performance. Also consider mic control, bring the microphone closer to your lips will maximise your projection. Click here for more on microphone techniques. Try to bring your own twist on a cover, this will show us your originality as an artist. Click here for the importance of performing a creative cover as a singer.

Kai Varnals – You have a lovely old vocal and a great tone! Try and build that confidence, believe in yourself and start thinking like a pop star as you have the potential! Consider your image to add to your vocals – to make the whole package. Click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. Look to work that stage to back up your super vocal that you have! This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for more on stage performance.

Essex Singing Contest – 21 and Over Feedback

Margaret Meg – Strong performance and good vocal control! You have a lovely soulful voice, which made us feel connected to the message you were conveying. Look to work those dynamics harder, perhaps let rip with the top line to be even better. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance. Watch your mic control, not quite nailing the pulling back on the high notes. Click here for more on microphone techniques. Try looking at a less popular cover, as it’s difficult for your audience to not compare your vocals to the original. Click here for the importance of performing a creative cover as a singer.

Lily – Comfortable vocal, smooth and nice on the ear! We need to hear you climb into the chorus - you kept it all on one level. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance. Improving this, will be more engaging for your audience. Look to work with a good singing teacher to strengthen your projection and tuning, as you were a little weak on the high notes. Click here for more on picking the right singing teacher for you.

Josh Tom – You have a really nice voice. Liked you made the cover your own! Click here for the importance of performing a creative cover as a singer - was really different from the original, well done! Watch the facial expression make sure that they are in sync with the emotion of the message of the song. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Show determination in the face rather than pain!

Skips – You can hear a real sweet sound to your vocal! You need to clear these slightly, so we can hear every word of the lyrics. Doing this will help the audience engage with the emotions of the song. Click here for more on how to improve diction. Performance wise, you tended to sway from one side of the stage to the other. Look to use the stage in front of you. Click here for some tips on improving your stage performance. Remember you are trying to entertain, so try to come across more charismatic. 

Sarah Lowe – You have a lovely and clear vocal. You don’t seem to know how to use it to its full potential – it felt rushed in places. Adding in singing dynamics will improve your performance greatly. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance. Use that stage and help us connect to you! Try not to stand still, it will be more engaging for your audience if your using the stage to express the emotions in the song. Click here for some tips on improving your stage performance

Tani – You have a nice tone! Try to look like you’re enjoying your performance – at times we didn’t see any emotion from you. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. The guitar didn’t sound completely in tune which really spoilt the enjoyment of the performance. Making sure the guitar is tuned correctly before, will eliminate this distraction in the future. Click here for standard guitar tuning. You needed to work those dynamics to really drive through the message of the song. Click here for the importance of singing dynamics

Naomi Sutherland – We liked your originality and the 80s style drums! Work on your posture and performance it was a little like a holiday rep performance, rather than a professional singing performance. We think your vocals will benefit more from a slower and acoustic track. Click here for the importance of performing a creative cover as a singer. Look to develop the expression to convey any emotion in the song. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Watch your vocal control!

Manchester Singing Contest – Singer’s Feedback

Dwayne – Great song choice! You need to bring life to the song and performance – their isn’t enough energy. You have a sweet tone! There is lack of vocal control, often being pitchy. Have a look at vocal exercises for singers to improve this. Commit to the performance and use the stage, use it to engage and reach out to your audience! Click here for some tips on improving your stage performance. We enjoyed your performance.

Briggs – Loved your voice, you have a lovely tone. Liked the cool retro image! Click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. Song wise, we would like to have been drawn in to a hook more, work those dynamics harder to really drive through the message of the song. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance. We could see you were enjoying the performance which was heart-warming for your audience!

Abbie Norton – Would like to hear your voice, rather than an impression of what a rapper should sound like. Try incorporate some vocals into the song, as well as rapping. This would show us two talents you could have. Some good lyrics and a nice melody. It begged for you to get a chorus in the breakdown to take it to another level. Look to work with a vocalist to do this. You have great potential as an artist. Click here for some tips on how to be a rapper.

Leslie Kunz – Lovely vocals, start to believe more in yourself and commit full to the performance for added sass! Throw yourself more into the performance and acting out the message of the song. Using the stage will do this. Click here for some tips on improving your stage performance. Song choice is quite repetitive. Look to work the dynamics to bring some alternative to the song. This will be more engaging for your audience. Song wise would like to have been drawn in to a hook more, work those dynamics harder to really drive through the message of the song. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance.

Yvette Mitchell – Such super control of your vocal! Such an interesting performance and immaculate singing with super diction. Maybe try and bring us something contemporary – a more up-to-date song. Click here for more on the importance of song choices. You should be very proud of your performance. 

Stacey Lee – Good expression, it felt you were in the zone and liked the colour in your tones! Liked you jazzed up the cover version to make it your own, nice breakdown. Would have liked to have heard more power in the vocal especially on the high notes. Click here with how to achieve better vocal projection. Wouldn’t over play the audience participation. Click here for tips on audience participation.

Ray Dexter – You looked a cool dude! Sounded good but I struggled to follow the message of the song, and it quickly became a bit repetitive. Song wise it’s too repetitive! Look to work the dynamics more to keep it engaging. We would like to have been drawn in to a hook more, work those dynamics harder to really drive through the message of the song. Click here for more on using singing dynamics to the performance.

AMJ – You have a lovely vocal! Look to work on your breathing to really give you the power on the high notes as you lost your control and tuning. Click here for breath control exercises. Song choice was a bit dated, it would have been better doing a creative cover to show us more originality. Click here for the importance of performing a creative cover as a singer. Great end to the show!

ESSEX SINGING CONTEST 

All singers and songwriters successful through the Essex singing contest progressed onto the next stage of the competition at the London and East Area Final Showcase which will be held at the Beck Theatre Hayes Middlesex on Sunday 27th November!

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