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LONDON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

Singers and songwriters came to impress at a show for London music opportunities at the Beck Theatre

 

London Music Opportunities: Open Mic UK gave budding singers London music opportunities at the weekend. The singers and songwriters came to perform in front of industry judges in the hopes of getting through the London music opportunities and onto the NEC, Birmingham

The judging panel at the London music opportunities were;

Chris Grayston - Head Judge; Music Consultant who works for Sony, Thames TV, The Voice to name a few

Bobby Mitchell – Talent talks

Stewart Collins – Henley Festival

Ted Evans – Glas-Denbury Music and Arts Festival

Annette Eyewu – Pineapple Performing Arts School

Stuart Epps (Show 1&2) - UK record producer who worked with Elton John, Led Zepplin, Robbie Williams and Oasis and many more

London 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 Feedback - London Music Opportunities

Cameo – Good presence from the start to give a super first impression. Vocally you have lovely rasp and tone, take care not to be too nasal. Focus on developing your facial expressions even more, click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Liked the fact that you stood to perform as this gives you the opportunity to move. Song wise you have a lot of potential as a writer, look to focus even more on the chorus so the hook has more emphasis, click here for more on writing that killer song chorus. Overall a very believable performance.

Shehana – You have a very pure sounding vocal and nice control. You looked very nervous in the eyes today which, with more performance experience, you can learn to disguise your nerves better, click here for tips on how to calm nerves. We liked that you took the microphone off the stand and worked the stage, look to commit to that even more. Going forward we would have liked to see you be more creative with singing a cover, click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer.

Jana Justus – You have a super vocal, you now need to work on finding yourself as an artist. Look to be being more creative with your song choice to make them more individual, click here for the importance of song choices. Performance wise have a think on using the stage more, use your arms and body to have more presence as you were very static. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Lauren – You picked a song with a lot of emotion so it’s important that you portray every inch of emotion in your body. Look to act this out performance and exaggerate that emotion even more.  We liked that you worked the stage but look to develop that stage craft, so you have more purpose and presence, click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Rosie Trentham – Your voice would be perfect for the West End! Lovely key work, try to not look down as much so you are always engaging the audience, this will help delivering the emotion within the song. Click here for more on the why eye contact is important. Good dynamics to the song; you have lots of ability as a songwriter, so it’s important that you continue writing, click here for more on how to write songs with that killer song chorus.

Misha Bennett – Lots of ability with strong vocal projection but the song choice was popular and a little dated, click here for the importance of song choices. Look at picking songs that you connect with, that show off the sweeter tone in your vocal, which you can also make your own; click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Performance wise you were a little too static, look at owning that stage more, click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Tams – You picked a good, modern song with lots of movement within it which meant you had to commit more to the performance rather than just swaying. It’s important to remember that in the instrumental sections, like at the end, you need to perform even more. You have a super vocal but look to develop your performance by practicing as much as you can. When you first started the performance, you started right at the back of the stage in the shadows; step into the spotlight! Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Giacomo – Good choice of song which gave you the opportunity to rock out and give us a killer performance. Work on developing your expression as you could convey much more emotion in your face, click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Performance wise, look to commit even more to the emotion conveyed in the song, you could really look deeper into the song to be even more engaging. We would like to see more of your individuality to your performance, have a think about your image, and the type of artist you want to become. Click here for tips on finding an image as a musician.

Ella Hudson – You have a super vocal and you are developing your stage presence nicely, however really look to focus and develop your expression. This is your opportunity to express the emotion within the song and you need to work on this area, click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. We liked that you made the original song choice your own, it would be great to start to see you writing your own songs, click here for more on how to write songs

Kevin Fernandez Montoya – Liked you immediately - you have an effortless vocal with bottomless depth. To fulfil your potential even more look to use dynamics to really climb into the hook and, when you need to, step it up a gear. Click here for more on vocal dynamics. We liked that you took the microphone off the stand, commit even more to give us more of a performance, click here for more tips on stage performance tips for singers.

Alfie Anger – Look to relax more with moves rather than being too tight; try to go with the groove. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. We liked that you made the song your own to show your individuality. Lyrically you could have re-worked the lyrics to scan better and add to the flow. You also need to work on the quality of the ‘sung’ vocal during the rapping. Click here for more on how to be a rapper.

Talia Grace – You have the vocal ability and it’s great to see you made the song your own; nice that you changed the pace but at times it could have flowed better. Consider standing when playing as this allows you to give us movement in the performance, whereas if you are seated, you are static from the head down. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Would like to see a bit more of your style as an individual come through, have a think about the type of artist you want to become. Click here for tips on finding an image as a musician.

Roma – You have an ability to connect and convey the emotion within the song, which is so important as the storyteller on stage. Super expression and stage presence! Remember to embrace the positivity and optimism within the song and not just the pain and anguish. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. You have a great image and plenty of passion!

Leah Robbins – You performed the song well, with good presence, but it was a missed opportunity to show us who you are as an artist. With such a themed song choice consider synchronizing your image with the song, click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. Look to use that stage more and don’t force the vocal at the risk of losing control. Click here for tips to achieve better vocal projection.

Sabina –We loved the song choice, which had a nice positive message, although a little dated in the sound. Look to work the stage and commit to the performance more, click here for more on the importance on stage performance tips for singers. Loved the shoes - just the thing to make you stand out! Click here for more on the importance of finding an image as a musician. Don’t forget to open your eyes more to engage with your audience. Click here for more tips on audience engagement

Carla Coyne – You have a very pure sounding vocal. We could tell you were nervous, which will improve over time with practice. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. We would like to see you reach out more with your eyes and connect with us even more as an audience. Click here for more on the importance of eye contact. Work on developing your facial expression to really convey the message in the song, it was a very good song choice!

Kate Devlin – You have a unique tone to your vocal and the song had an edge. Your guitar however sounded out of tune and needed to drive the song more. Click here for more on adding guitar dynamics. Changing the dynamics would have kept the interest going throughout. Look to develop your guitar work to be even better, open Mic nights are a great place to try and test new material.  Click here for infomation on Open Mic nights for singers. Practice as much as you can to develop your stage craft and presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Jess – Make sure you stand nearer to the front of the stage, not just for more presence and connecting to your audience, but so that you aren’t in the shadows of the main lighting. Click here for tips on singing on stage. Liked the change up in the song to make it your own and show us your individuality, that gave lots of energy.  The backing vocals were a little too loud in the backing track, which did detract from your vocals a little. Work on your lower range vocal with your singing teacher. Click here for tips on how to improve vocal range.

Mea Ellease – Your performance was good! You used the stage well and reached out to your audience, but take care you stay within the stage lighting. Good passion and commitment to the performance just take care not to force the vocal at the risk of losing control. Click here for breathing exercises for singing, this will help manage your vocals. 

Rebecca Harris – You have lots of ability, but you picked a big song that is very popular. This makes it hard to impress if you don’t make it sufficiently different from the original or sing at least to the level of the original. Your song choice and delivery made it difficult to achieve either, click here for the importance of song choices and click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer

Alice – Good power and nice vocal control throughout. We liked that you came to the front of the stage to connect to your audience, but take care you stay onside with the stage lighting. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. A greater vocal range is needed for this song, try to hit the higher notes to add in some variation. Click here for tips on how to improve vocal range. We loved your image! 

Scarlett – You have super tone and your guitar work was good, but it could have driven the song more, click here for more on adding guitar dynamics. Changing the dynamics would have kept the interest going throughout the performance. Perform as much as you can to develop your stage craft and presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Open Mic nights are a great place to try and test new material. It would be good to see you starting to write your own songs, click here for more on how to write songs.

Perdy – You had a good connection to the energy in the song, however it was a nailed on version of the original, it would be great to hear you do something different with the cover. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer, or better still with your guitar teacher start to write your own songs and develop your song writing as you have masses of potential with your stage craft. Click here for information on how to write songs.

Whitney O’Nicholas – You have a super vocal range, just take care to watch your control throughout. Look to develop finding yourself as an artist, we would like you to be more creative with the songs to make them more individual. Performance wise look to use the stage more, use your arms, body and look and to have more presence you were very static. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. You have lots of ability, but you picked a big song that is very popular, this makes it hard to impress if not sufficiently different from the original, or sung at least to the level of the original. Your song choice and delivery made it difficult to achieve either, click here for the importance of song choices and click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer

Jasmine Regan – You are amazing and fearless for 10, and just how good you can be in 2-3 years if you keep focused on improving and developing. Good expression, take care with your breathing and diction as at times you were mumbled, click here for more on how to improve diction.

Danny Corbo – We liked this version of your song choice, which gave you the chance to make it your own. It gave you opportunity to work the stage more, however you didn’t grab the opportunity at full potential, click here for stage performance tips for singers. Vocally you have nice tone, really look to punch through the vocals especially the hook to give the performance that edge. Click here for more on vocal dynamics.

Lexie – A very brave performance, not helped when you came on with the audience shouting out, so well done for holding your nerve. You have a very pure sounding vocal. You looked very nervous in the eyes today which with more performance hopefully you can look to disguise this better. Click here for tips on how to calm nerves. Click here for acapella music performance, to help when to and not to perform acapella. 

Lola Wardman –Great song choice; it gave you the opportunity to rock it out and give us a great performance. However, look to develop your performance, which wasn’t as well thought through as it could have been, try working on your facial expression to help convey more emotion. Click here for more on the importance of singing with facial expressions. Performance wise, look to commit even more to the emotion conveyed in the song, you could really look to climb in even more to be even more engaging. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

16-20s Feedback - London Music Opportunities

Lucy – Try not to look so serious when you come on stage, relax even give us a smile and it will relax your audience. Click here for tips on building stage confidence as a singer. You had smiley eyes that gave us good expression during the performance, this helped us connect to your performance. Performance wise it was a little static, look to use your arms, body, and work the stage more. Empathise your performance even more in the instrumental sections, this is where there is even more focus on you and your performance. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. We liked that you made the song choice your own!

Tilly Brown – Strong vocal, but a disappointing song choice which is a little dated and a very popular one. Click here for the importance of song choices to help with finding a song that suits you as an artist. Good expression but look to give us more presence on stage, we would have loved to see you move and work the stage more. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

FAWAZ – You have bags of ability, with good control and interaction with the crowd.  We liked that you kept improvising even though you lost your trial. You need to work on your diction and the ending which was sloppy and spoilt the performance. Click here for more on how to improve diction.

Jessie Dipper – A very likeable performance with lots of passion and emotion in your performance. You have masses of potential with your song writing, you must keep writing whenever it flows and perform as often as you can to develop your stage craft for each song. Open mic night is a great place to test out new material. Click here for tips on how to write songs and click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers.

Richard Fairlie – You have a cool look and style! Click here for the finding an image as a musician. Playing style was engaging and visually stimulating throughout. Song choice was catchy and has lots of potential; hope you’ve got more of this caliber. Great deliver and dynamics to drive through the hook. Click here for more on guitar dynamics.

Lizzie Malessy – Great to see you’ve worked on your image, which is so important in making you stand out as an artist. Click here for the finding an image as a musician. Good delivery and playing style kept the interest going throughout. Performance wise you could look to be even more animated to convey the emotion in the song and help drive through the emotional message in the song. Click here for how to sing with emotion.

JH – Great to see you promoting yourself on stage, something all artists should do. Click here for audience engagement to help with when to and when not to ask for the audience participation; don’t over play it. Try and loose the DJ Talent name chant and come up with something a little different or not at all, let the music do the talking. We would like to see you enjoy yourself on stage more. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Chia – You have a lovely tone and voice, would like you to commit even more to the song and really climb into the vocal to lift the roof.  Click here for how to achieve better vocal projection. Performance wise it is a very static performance and would benefit from you giving it more expression. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions.

C – Good vocals! Needs to be a performance more than just your voice, it needed to be your own version at least and thus it was very karaoke. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer to break the karaoke vibe. This felt a missed opportunity for you to show us who you are as an artist as you have lots of ability. 

Alice Maria – Good story at the start to set the scene. You have a very pure sounding vocal. You looked very nervous in the eyes today which with more performance hopefully you can look to disguise this better. Click here for more tips on how to calm nerves. Get closer to the microphone as you were losing a lot of projection, click here for more on microphone techniques for singers

DEON – Great to see you’ve worked on your image, which as an artist is so important in making you stand out.  Lovely rasp, tone, and ability of retention of notes made your vocal unique, however it needed to be your own version. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. This felt a missed opportunity for you to show us who you are as an artist as you have lots of ability. 

Polly Bibby – You have the ability, but you need to give all notes the same focus, not just the high notes and then slide over others. Look to practice your breathing to be even better. Click here for tips on breath control exercises to help focusing on your notes. More performance will give you more confidence and better stage presence. Consider starting to write your own songs, click here for tips on how to write songs as you have the ability!

Mary Eckert – The presenter covered for you brilliantly, best to try and find a way to avoid that in the future. You convey the emotion in the song well and climb into the notes effortlessly.  Good dynamics! More performance practice will develop this even more, you need to learn when to let the song breathe and when to attack to give the hook more emphasis. Click here for the importance of Open Mic nights for singers

Chila K – Remember to perform from the beginning, as that is an opportunity to connect to your audience from the start. This performance felt like it needed more dynamics, time to breathe, and space to reflect on your lyrics; felt a little exhausting. Click here for more information and tips on vocal dynamics.

Ellie Grant – You have a super look and great vocal with bags of projection. It was a missed opportunity for you to show us who you are as an artist. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. Performance wise it was a little static, would have liked you to have given us more presence on stage by moving. Click here for stage performance tips for singers to help with being less stiff on stage.

Rianne – You have a cool current look which we loved! Click here for more on finding an image as a musician. We liked that you made the song choice your own. Click here for more tips on performing a creative cover as a singer. Expression and performance told the story and the emotional message within the song well!

Over 21’s Feedback - London Music Opportunities

Aye-G – Real fun party song, backing vocals were very loud in the mix. Performance wise you introduced yourself well and brought good energy, look to come to the front of the stage more to connect even more to you audience. Click here for the importance of audience engagement. You should consider having dancers and backing singers to give even more of a show.

Sam Walker – Great song choice! We would have liked to see you connect with the audience more with eye contact. Click here for the importance of eye contact. Song was a very repetitive at the start and needed more dynamic. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Watch your microphone technique as your volume and projection was very inconsistent. Click here for more on microphone techniques for singers

Michael – Powerful vocal with a committed performance! Take care not to be too harsh with the expression and miss the interpretation of the emotion. Click here for tips on how to sing with emotion. Make sure you don’t force the vocal and lose control. Click here for more on how to achieve better vocal projection. We loved your engagement with the audience! 

Cash Casino – We like your style, you have a distinct image! Click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. Change the delivery and dynamics to really focus on delivering the hook with more emphasis and focus. Click here for more on vocal dynamics. Lyrically the song was a little repetitive so maybe look to write in some more lyrics, the song has potential! Click here for tips on how to write songs.

Gone Leo – Real folk, cosmopolitan feel, very different and easy on the ear. Good harmonies, could look to develop performance as a group so delivery is a little more coordinated. Click here for tips for music duos and groups. Musically perhaps could have some added dynamics to drive to a climatic finish. Click here for more on vocal dynamics.

Jocasta – Such an earthy sound, Irish Gaelic feel! You have a voice that suits this sound well, look to give more dynamics. click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Good use of your hands to express the song, as the song did became a little repetitive in the end. Click here for importance on song choices.

Amy Leigh Sandford – Liked this version, would love it if was your own version and more original. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer.  You have good tone and projection that suited the delivery of this song.  Performance wise, commit even more to the emotion within the lyrics as there is a lot of emotion in your song choice.  Get the expression right to connect the audience to the song. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions.

Daniel – Nice vocals! This would be a lovely listen as background in a fine dining restaurant, but this isn’t showing us anything of you as an act. Performance wise look to use the stage, use your arms, body and look and to have more presence, being sat meant you were very static. Click here for more tips stage performance tips for singers.

Lou Ryder – You committed well the song, take care with your microphone control as you were a little inconsistent which affected your projection volumes. Click here for more on microphone techniques for singers. You weren’t quite on point with your expressions, so work on watching yourself when singing to see what you are conveying, practice till you act the emotion in the song. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions. Good song choice to pick something a little leftfield rather than something we’ve all heard loads of times.

Coffee –  You have nice vocal tone and lots of projection but open your eyes more to reach out to your audience. As an audience you missed an opportunity to connect with us early and at times it was as if you were blind. Click here for the importance of eye contact for a singer.  We loved your passion, a very believable performance. 

Amy Taylor – You have a very pure sounding vocal. You looked very nervous in the eyes today which with more performance hopefully you can look to disguise this better. Click here for more tips on dealing with the nerves as a singer. Going forward look to be an even more creative with singing a cover. Click here for more on performing a creative cover as a singer. It needed more of a performance, look to perform as much as you can to develop your stage craft, click here for more on tips on playing guitar while peforming.

BOTA – This was like Paula Abdul performing and singing this cover at a holiday camp. You performed and worked the stage well, but what did it tell us about you as an artist? A missed opportunity to show us who you are, as you have the potential. Click here for more on finding an image as a musician

Tara – Brilliant vocals! It was a very intense performance; however, it wasn’t easy to follow what the message of the song was. The lyrics were not clear, you need to work on vocal diction. Click here for how to improve diction. Consider standing to perform so it gives the opportunity for more movement in the performance. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Rachel – You have a lot of soul in your voice, it would be great for you to find your own modern day sound, incorporating all your influences but making it your own. Performance wise look to reach out more with your eyes click here for more on the importance of eye contact. Also look to work the stage more, we would have liked to have seen more movement from you. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Charm Cee – Loved your outfit, it really made you stand out! Click here for the importance of finding an image as a musician. The song was catchy, and the bass line wouldn’t be a miss from a Soul to Soul classics album. Smiley performance throughout! Click here for more on when to and when not to ask for audience engagement

Ryan Slaiper – Nice vocal. Liked you brought your own interpretation to the song, but take care not to be odd with your expression and eyes. You need to be conveying the emotional message in the song so make sure you stick to the core emotional expression. Click here for tips on singing with facial expressions.

Joe Pearce – Super song, really engaging and a potential hit. Click here for more on writing lyrics. With a little more care on the performance this could be even more visually engaging. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Nice dynamics for a great delivery, well done!

INFECTA – Very confident on stage and you put the audience at ease from the start. Good interaction with the throughout. You performed and worked the stage well, but what did it tell us about you as an artist? A missed opportunity to show us who you are as you have the potential. Click here for more on importance on performing a creative cover as a singer.

Stendhai – You have a silky vocal and you connected us well to the emotion of the song. Performance wise your eyes made it very believable, however the performance was a little static. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Outstanding vocal matched with a great image!  

Fine China – Great to see the effort and consideration going into what you are wearing. Click here for more on finding an image as a musician. Song choice wise, click here for more on song mash ups and click here for more on performing a creative cover. Adding more dynamics in the delivery and attack would have added even more colour and depth. Click here for more on vocal dynamics

Disaster Jack – Great to see the effort and consideration going into what you are wearing. Click here for more on finding an image as a musician. Song wise, struggled to latch onto a hook in the song. Click here for more tips on writing that killer song chorus. Adding more dynamics would have helped the flow and delivery of the song too. Click here for more on adding guitar dynamics.

Hercules - You have a booming vocal and you can see the performance meant a lot to you in the eyes. You conveyed the emotion of the song well and controlled the audience with every breathe. Look to perform in the instrumental section when the focus is even more on you. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

LONDON MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES

All singers and songwriters successful through the London music opportunities progressed onto the next stage of the competition at the North West England and Scotland Area Final Showcase which will be held at The Forum Theatre on Sunday 26th 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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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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