Jun 19, 2013 | News

Congratulations Rhianna

Heather Baker

Heather Baker

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Congratulations to HBSS student Rhianna Davies who made it through the second round of the Teen Star Competition on the 7th April. She sung a cover of Nell Brydon’s ‘Shake the Tree’ which was so well received it got a mention on Signal 1 Radio and she has now been contacted by Nell Brydon herself! Nell saw her performance and invited Rhianna to her concert where she was asked to go up on stage and sing a duet with Nell herself! What an amazing opportunity!

Rhianna then went on to win the semi-finals of teen star and is now preparing for a performance in the finals of the competition which takes place at the O2 in London!

Heather Baker

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Heather Baker has studied voice and teaching continuously since 2001 working with some of the worlds greatest vocal experts to perfect her knowledge and teaching abilities. Learn more about Heather here

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