Could you be Britain's next teenage pop sensation?

ROTHERHAM’S young vocalists are being invited to take part in the hunt for Britain’s best teenage and pre-teen singers.

TeenStar, the UK's largest national music competition for singers and solo artists for teenagers and pre-teens, will be holding auditions at Sheffield City Hall tomorrow.

Run by Future Music, which already produces the successful Open Mic UK competition, TeenStar is scouring the country looking for the next teenage star.

It's open to all performers in all musical genres, from RnB, to classical and acts can perform either covers or original material iat a live audition in front of a small judging panel.

Acts which get through their audition will then take to the stage in a Regional Final in front of a packed out audience and an industry judging panel.

Previous Open Mic UK winner Birdy's debut album has been a massive hit across Europe achieving number one status in both Holland and Belgium and hitting the Top 20 in the UK, and she has very recently hit the number one spot in France with her stunning rendition of Bon Iver's Skinny Love.

Chris Grayston, MD of Open Mic UK and TeenStar says, "Birdy has been a great example of the springboard our competitions offers. The new singing competition TeenStar is about to start and we're looking for someone with similar talent, who can be a global success. If you are 19 years old or younger and you've got the talent then why not audition in Sheffield."

For more information and to register your attendance, visit www.teenstarcompetition.co.uk

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