Breanna’s influences: Beyonce’, Destiny’s Child, Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Norah Jones and Amy Winehouse.
Here’s just some of Breanna’s achievements throughout the years…
– Performing as a soloist at The 2012 Lockyer Valley Memorial service for flood victims for Prime Minister (this appeared on ABC)
– A soloist at The Christmas By Starlight concert 2013 and 2014
– Being Selected out of 30,000 to join the selected 30 performers in the auditions for the revamp of Young Talent Time. She was flown to Sydney and continued on to make it to the top 16 in 2010.
– A feature performer at The Big supper cancer fundraiser and young artist at St Stephens Cathedral
– A feature performer at The Koala Fun Run to raise money for women’s paediatrics at the Redlands hospital.
– 1st place winner of the 2011 Spring festival
– 1st place winner of the 2012 songbird Bursary
– A personal favorite of hers was performing with the voices of the light choir along side vocalists from the Torres Strait Islands in City Hall in 2011.
– Best all round (singing, dancing and acting) Female performer in performing arts festival Ormiston College 2013
– Excellence in singing award Beenleigh eisteddfod 2012
– Winner of the second biggest un-televised singing competition in Australia under Xfactor: Fast Track singing showcases which featured in the local newspaper.
Breanna’s formal training timeline…
As a member and eventually principal performer at FAME theater company as a young teen for 3 years from 11-13 yrs old. She performed in stage productions for family and friends and played lead roles such as Rosalia (West side story) and Pocahontas (Pocahontas).
She then Joined vocal manoeuvres ensemble for three years and familiarized myself with classical training (2009, 2010, 2011). She then went on to Train for contemporary voice with Daniel Kay from 2012-2013 , 2014-2015 and currently take monthly lessons with speech level vocal coach David Sowden.
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