24 March 2017
Phoebe Wows Judges at TeenStar Audition
King’s College Fourth Former Phoebe Hake has been given the big thumbs up by judges at the TeenStar auditions, making it through to the Regional Finals in Bristol where she will be competing with other impressive acts.
TeenStar is an exciting national singing and dancing competition searching for the UK’s best teen and pre-teen singers, singer/songwriters, rappers, dancers and dance groups of all genres and styles, and is an exciting opportunity for teens and pre-teens across the UK.
Phoebe has enjoyed singing all of
her life, regularly singing songs from the shows and the Disney movies when she
was an infant.
At the age of seven, after
singing her first solo while a pupil at Creech St Michael Primary School,
Phoebe started having singing lessons. Moving on to King’s Hall School she
performed solos, both in her own right, and as part of the school choir, taking
part in numerous school concerts. Now in Year 10 at King’s College, Phoebe is already making her mark and has
regular singing lessons with Mark Lawson.
Phoebe’s musical hero is Beyoncé,
and she loves to listen to Amy Winehouse, Ed Sheeran, Duffy and The 1975.
In the audition she sang 'Girl on
Fire' by Alicia Keys but in the regional final in Bristol Phoebe will be
singing the Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse version of ‘Valerie'.
Looking ahead to her big day in Bristol next weekend Phoebe said: “I’m so happy that I've been selected to sing at the regional finals of Teenstar. I've been rehearsing hard and I'm really nervous, but I think it will be a great experience.”
For more information go to the website http://www.teenstarcompetition.co.uk/