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Singers were given feedback at the Nottingham Regional Final Showcase

NOTTINGHAM SINGING CONTEST   

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

Nottingham Singing Contest – Open Mic UK 2016

The music industry judges at the Birmingham singing contest included:

  • Darran Barker, Head Judge, DB Music Management
  • 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
  • Sarah-Louise Campbell, Vocal Coach
  • Beckie Oldham, Vocal Coach
  • Ruth Discua, Vocal Coach
  • Steve Machin/Amy Glover, Derby School of Music
  • Mark Underwood, http://www.roflaudio.co.uk/
  • David Stanley, http://www.roflaudio.co.uk/

Nottingham 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.

Nottingham Singing Contest - Under 16’s Feedback

Ella Coleman – Confident performance! You had a nervous start, but as the performance went on your settled in. Try to minimise these nerves from the beginning so your performance is confident consistently. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves. Try to avoid looking at the floor. You need to use eye contact to fully engage your audience. Click here for why eye contact is important for the performer. There was some slight pitching at the end of the 2nd verse. Be sure to over rehearse so your vocal ability can match the song. 

Alisha – Great outfit and look! Good communication of the song with facial expressions. Click here for the importance of singing with facial expressions. Try to watch your microphone technique. Bring the mic closer to your lips to maximise your projection. Click here for tips on microphone techniques. You have a great vocal tone; it was a captivating performance.

Lucy Davies – Strong vocals! You relaxed into the performance as it went on. Try to keep relaxed from the beginning so we can see your full potential throughout the whole performance. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves. You held good eye contact which was very engaging for your audience. Just try to smile more!

Libby Husband – Outfit choice really suited the song! Click here for tips on act image and synchronisation. Didn’t get a vocal placement from you at the start. Nerves got the better of you. Try and perform as much as you can so your confident. This will limit your nerves. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves. Once you settled in it was a great performance.

Rosalind – Good facial expressions and connection to the song. You communicated the emotions well. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. The nerves threw your timing off slightly, you started too soon. Be sure to minimise these as much as possible to avoid the rocky start. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves. You have a great vocal tone.

Antonia – Great vocal tone and connection to the song! You moved between the high and low registers very well. Click here for tips on vocal dynamics. Your very confident, we could see this in your stage presence. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Stunning performance – well done. 

Sean Bentham – Good dance movements! Loved how you got the audience involved. Your confident in your performance ability. However, you looked nervous. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves. We could hear some straining in your vocals on the high notes. Work with a singing teacher to help strengthen your vocals. Click here for picking the right singing teacher for you. 

Eva Rose – Big song. You have a great vocal tone. You performed confidently. Try to develop the guitar parts a bit more. This needs to be more engaging for your audience. Click here for some tips on playing guitar. Look at your microphone technique – at times it felt a little ‘shouty’. Click here for tips on microphone techniques.

Lily-Mae – Good stage presence! It was very well rehearsed. Loved how you got the audience involved. This was very engaging. Be careful of those low notes, try to control them as you drop down the lower register. Click here for some tips on vocal dynamics. You have a voice beyond your years!

Hugo Harvey – Loved your hand movements on stage. Try not to look at the floor. Your audience need your eye contact to be fully engaged with you and to connect with the emotions in the song. Click here for why eye contact is important for the performer. It was a well-rehearsed performance, well done.

Saskia – Lovely vocal tone. Great vibrato, it added to the mood. Try to create your own version of the song, this will show us your originality as an artist. Click here for performing a creative cover as a singer. Try not to rush your vocals, it was affecting your breathing. Click here for breath control exercises – this will help control your breathing on stage. An individual performance.

Nottingham Singing Contest – Singing Feedback

Leah – Great stage presence and acting skills. Fantastic delivery. Try to use more of your diaphragm for support as opposed to singing from your throat. A singing teacher will help you do this. Click here for picking the right singing teacher for you. Your backing track wasn’t of a good quality, this slightly effected the performance. Be sure to get this right. Click here for some tips on backing music.

Cady C – A strong and well-rehearsed performance. Try not to hold the mic too close to your lips will humming, this lost your vocal placement. Click here for tips on microphone techniques. For the high notes, you need to add bigger breaths. As your unable to meet them to your full potential. Click here for breath control exercises – this will help control your breathing on stage. 

Nicola – Good song choice. You have a confident stage presence. We liked that you got the audience involved. This was very engaging. You need to edit your backing track to take off the ‘sing king karaoke’ YouTube sound. Doing this will better your performance for next time. Click here for some tips on backing music

Grace – A heartfelt and powerful performance. Your outfit was a little too casual for a show. Click here for some tips on finding an image as a musician. Try to move your hands off the mic stand as it was covering your face. Add some performance in the instrumental break – so you’re not just standing, it felt a little awkward. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. The song was slightly too big for you. 

Alex Hvass – It was slightly pitchy on your first note and you stayed too high in your vocal placement. You have potential with your voice. Look to work with a singing teacher so they can assist you. Click here for picking the right singing teacher for you. Your lyrics weren’t very clear, be sure to pronounce words so your audience can hear every word. Click here for being able to improve diction.

Chloe Dring – You have a very mature voice for your age – excellent vocals. Try not to fiddle with your face and hair on stage, this was distracting for your audience. Look to use a better quality backing track. Click here for some tips on backing music. Keep performing the whole time you’re on stage! Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Ellie Ingleby – You owned the stage! This was very engaging for your audience. You have a good vocal tone. Don’t try to push your chest voice too much for the high notes. Make sure you warm up properly before you perform, there was a slight rasp behind your voice. Click here for tips on how to warm up your vocals.

Ava Goodings – A very confident performance. Great stage presence and good delivery. You had a good vocal tone and communication of the song. Try to take ‘silent breaths’ while singing, we could hear breathing sounds throughout that was distracting. Click here for breath control exercises – these will help minimise those sounds. Try not to dress too casual. There was some slight pitching after the key change. Be sure to work on this.

Sparkle – Great outfit coordination! Very tight vocal harmonies. Click here for tips on singing in a group. You arranged on stage very well. Try to work on the low parts in your solo voices. Click here for some tips on vocal dynamics. Loved the song choice, it did well to showcase your talent. 

Nottingham Singing Contest – 16-20s Feedback

Avana – You have a nice sound in your voice. Be sure to perform from the beginning – every second counts. There were some slight issues with pitch. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help you improve your pitch. It felt too tense, try to enjoy your performance! This will be more engaging for your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Gracey – Beautiful vocals. Try not to get lost in the song with your eyes closed, open your eyes and communicate some of that emotion to your audience. This will be more engaging for them. Click here for why eye contact is important for the performer. Try to keep control of your vocals, they started to go flat at point. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help you improve your pitch.

Riri – Nice and dark voice. Rich tone and nice control. Keep practising the lower end of your vocals, do this and your vocals will be great! Click here for some tips on vocal dynamics. You felt too rigid on stage. Try to relax and the use the stage to aid your performance. Click here for stage performance tips for singers.

Jemima – Lovely original song and impressive range. Make sure those opening lower notes of the song are strong, too grab audience attention from the start! Click here for some tips on vocal dynamics. The piano accompaniment was not great; you need to practice this or use a professional pianist. Click here for tips on performing with music keyboards

Becky Birch – Nice tone in your voice. Dark and round. You have great stage presence and confidence. Very mature performance with good control, even in the higher ranges. Grabbed our attention from the first notes. Well done! Click here for tips on audience engagement.

Lynda Jenni – Great confidence! Powerful voice. Make sure you don’t over push the vocals and end up screaming or shouting. It sounded like you were trying too hard to force the vocals. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help minimise this. Be careful of developing some artificial manners like tapping the microphone, this can be distracting.

Alisha Gander – You have a great vocal ability. Try to control your nerves. This was obvious to the audience, and means they can lose engagement with you. Click here for tips on dealing with nerves. You were trying to do vocal acrobatics that are performed by imitation rather than learnt technique. Because of this some of your vocals fell flat. Just singing normally is more likely to show us your great vocal ability.

Kadie Jabbie – Love the image! Originality and confidence come across during your performance. We could see your connection with the song… This was engaging for your audience. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. Well done. 

Rachael Eliza – Awesome vocal tone! Be sure to make sure your guitar is tuned properly. This can distract us from your singing. Click here for standard guitar tuning. However, the guitar arrangement and vocals really complement each other. Good performance skills. We would like to hear more of your head voice. This was covered up slightly by the guitar. 

Nottingham Singing Contest – Feedback for Singer’s

Lucy Castle – Good vocal range. Great performance skills and confidence. Try to make sure your high notes don’t sound too nasal. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help minimise this. Be careful of your facial expressions, be sure to use expressions that convey the emotions in the song. Perform in front of mirror too perfect these. Click here for the importance of singing with facial expressions.

Simran – Charming performance and song. Maintain confidence and vocal energy for the whole song. Try not to look too casual! Show your passion. You looked at the guitar more than the audience. Giving your audience some eye contact is vital to engaging them. Click here for why eye contact is important for the performer. Be careful with your breath control. Click here for breath control exercises.

Rhianna Keane – Congrats on the great strong and confident acapella introduction! Watch the end of your phrases, be sure to pronounce the words in the whole phrase. Singing your lyrics clearly helps your audience connect with you. Click here for tips on being able to improve diction. You have a very good voice, well done. 

Emily – Good performance skills and confidence. Lovely vocal tone. Be careful not to shout the higher keys, use your voice to control them. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help minimise this. You have an amazing range. Your very unique – good job.

Anna Mcilwaine – Good song choice for your tone of voice. Be careful of taking breaths in the wrong places – this was distracting. Click here for breath control exercises – these will control your breathing technique. Try not to look at the floor too much, be confident and use eye contact with your audience. This is vital to keep them engaged with your performance. Click here for why eye contact is important for the performer.

Maria – Don’t be afraid to perform! Especially through the instrumental break – it felt a little awkward. Your performance was lacking some entertainment value. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. This could be due to nerves. Be sure to manage these before coming on stage. Your pitch wandered at times, work on improving this to show us a greater vocal ability. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help with your issues with pitch.

Omz – Good rapping skills. Your diction was very good, this meant we could hear every word in the lyrics. Don’t acknowledge if you go wrong and apologise! Be sure to carry on performing. Open your eyes on stage, your audience needs your eye contact to connect to you as a performer. Click here for why eye contact is important for the performer. Be sure to remain professional on stage.

Nottingham Singing Contest – 21 and Over’s Feedback

Tileasha – You look very comfortable on stage! Great originality within the song, however the performance was all one level. Your vocals are solid but you need to build on vocal dynamics to make the performance more engaging for your audience. Click here for some tips on vocal dynamics. Your performance is relaxed and easy to watch. Its lacking in the big emotions we were craving to see. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. Get this right and you will have great potential.

MathMatix – Really like your attitude, it fits well with your image! Always good to have a different genre in the competition. You had good stage presence and performance. Some of the rapping fell into talking. Keep strict with your rhythm and pitch of the vocal for stronger rapping. Click here for tips on how to be a rapper

Mainta Metelia – You looked comfortable and confident on stage. You have a unique tone to your vocals. There were some nice chords and you held a solid groove. You’re an experienced performer. We can hear your great voice, but your song choice could have been better. We feel like it didn’t show off the best qualities of your voice. Click here for the importance of song choices.

Dropant Jones – You have a nice tone to your vocals. Try to make eye contact during your performance. This will allow your audience to engage to your performance. Click here for why eye contact is important for the performer. You need to work on your diction, we were struggling to hear your lyrics and the quality of your vocals. Click here for tips on being able to improve diction.

Farrell Crowson – You’re a good performer. Very passionate! This did mean that you pulled some off putting facial expressions at times, which was slightly distracting. Click here for the importance of singing with facial expressions. You have a slight Americanised accent; you could work on your diction a little. We couldn’t hear some of the lyrics. Click here for tips on being able to improve diction.

Emily Cattermole – Nice song choice and arrangement. Good dynamics! You conveyed the emotions of the song well. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. Your performance was slightly plain; it wasn’t very exciting. Try to use the stage more. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. You were very nervous, try to minimise those.

Johnny Olley – Lovely vocal quality. Great song! Try to involve the audience more in your performance. This will make your performance more engaging. Click here for tips on audience engagement. Try not to play the guitar too quietly in the verses. Click here for tips on playing guitar.

Mark Howard – Lovely vocal tone, lots of emotion. Very genuine and natural performance. There was a slight rasp in your vocal, be sure to warm up properly before the show to minimise this. Click here for tips on how to warm up your vocals. Try to enjoy your performance and smile!

Georgia Bunn – Nice vocals. Your performance didn’t offer us anything, besides the nice tone in your voice. You need to use the stage and your body language to be more engaging to your audience. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. You need technical development to iron out vocal constraints, your vocals were very breathy. Click here for breath control exercises – these will control your breathing technique.

Dean Roberts – Nice falsetto style. Good performer! But be careful that it doesn’t take something out of your singing. There was occasional loss of control in your vocals, especially in terms of dynamic and articulation. You need more support on the high notes. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help keep control of your vocals. There was a good connection to the song shown through your performance techniques.

Nottingham Singing Contest – Feedback for Singer’s

Alice Durham – Use more support on your high notes. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help keep control of your vocals. There were some pitching issues, a singing teacher will be able to help you work on these. Click here for picking the right singing teacher for you. This could be down to nerves, so be sure to minimise these as much as possible so you can focus on your singing.

Andra – Nice tone to your voice. Good articulation. Very emotional performance. Solid and confident vocals. I would have started on a chair rather than the floor. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. Be careful of your breath control. Click here for breath control exercises.

Rachael – You got into character straight away! Good use of props, your very confident! You have a good stage presence. There was some straining on the high notes, be sure to work on those. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help keep control of your vocals. We would say your more suited to musical theatre.

Patricia – You have a nice tone. Overall it was a very nice performance. The song was a bit plain. Pick a different song that’s more engaging for your audience. Click here for the importance of song choices. You have lots of sass!

Stacey Lynn – You gave us a good communication of the song. The audience could feel the emotions involved. Click here for tips on being able to sing with emotion. You have too much vibrato in your voice, vocal attention is needed to control this. You tried too many vocal acrobatics and not all of them worked effectively. A singing teacher will be able to help you work on these. Click here for picking the right singing teacher for you.

Donna – Nice tone to your voice. You look stunning on stage. Good delivery of the song and use of performance techniques. Try to build up your strength on your head voice, there were some slight pitching issues. Click here for some vocal exercises for singers – these will help keep control of your vocals. Your very easy to listen to. 

Lee Van Hallam – You held good pitch. Don’t emphasise your consonants too much. You need to try and build more of a stage presence. Use the stage in front of you and incorporate some body language to communicate the emotions in song. Click here for stage performance tips for singers. The song was very dull, look to choose a song that you can bring your own spin to. Click here for tips on performing a creative cover as a singer.

Nat Johnstone – You gave us a quirky performance and image. Try not to be too quiet on the mic. Bring it closer to your lips to maximise your projection. Click here for tips on microphone techniques. Despite the tuning issues, your guitarist seemed to have more of a stage presence. Be more confident and use the stage more. Click here for stage performance tips for singers

Ashanti – You have lovely powerful vocals and great range. Try to stop fiddling with your clothes during your performance, this is distracting for your audience. Stop this and focus on engaging your audience. Click here for tips on audience engagement Try to smile more and enjoy yourself!

NOTTINGHAM SINGING CONTEST 

All singers and songwriters successful through the Nottingham singing contest progressed onto the next stage of the competition at the South West & Midlands Area Final Showcase which will be held at The NEC Birmingham on Saturday 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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