Just turned 11, moving to secondary school this september
QUOTE(Soprano101 @ Jun 12 2012, 04:00 PM)
without knowing the age or experience of your daughter
Will pass on this comment to her teacher. thanks
The singer in question has not yet reached the stage of vocal or musical development to perform this piece. However, there are many pieces which I'am sure she could perform well, I would advise that she stick to performing technically less challenging pieces for the time being, and continue to sing "Apres un Reve" (off-stage) as a learning tool.
We are truly lucky in that aspect as she already performed in many top venues as soloist including Fairfield hall, Hackney empire, Hammersmith olympia etc as soloist and 3 times in Royal Albert hall with Choir.
But, alot of credit to her for trying it out, and getting some performance experience.
Yes, I truly meant that way! Criticism is very important, that too comes from professionals which always helps to improve and put more effort.
I'am sure that if she keeps up singing she will make a beautiful job of this piece in a few years time, when she has a greater command of her instrument and musicianship. I hope that when you asked for "Valuable feedback", you were expecting a professional opinion and not simply praise.
Best of luck
To be honest, I don't know! All the sheet music she requests are by Country Artists, I think she likes the same most and this could be the main reason.
QUOTE(FullofWind @ Jun 12 2012, 02:54 PM)
She has a lovely voice but why is she singing with an American accent?