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July 5th, 2017 | by VoiceCouncil

Natalie Kyriacou

Vocal Coach comments from Wendy Moten

Whitney Houston can be hard to duplicate, but, Natalie did a beautiful job at it. Her tone was beautiful, but, I missed the “storytelling” part of singing. Not that you didn’t play piano great, but I would be curious to hear you sing the song again without you thinking about multitasking. I think spending a little more time listening to how your voice connects to lyrics will make you an amazing performer.

Natalie Kyriacou's bio

My name is Natalie, I’m 18 and a singer-songwriter from London. I’ve been singing since the age of 8 and have continued to every day up until now. 10 years later I’m still doing what I love, only now to both online and live audiences. My main influences are artists such as Demi Lovato, Shawn Mendes and Ed Sheeran and I hope to one day do exactly what they’re doing, with my own music. I’m currently at uni studying Performing Arts.

This singer was an entrant in our competition which ended on January 15th 2018.

The overall winner received:

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  • Feedback from Celebrity Vocal Coaches
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  • Spot on critique! Gorgeous vocal quality! Great job Natalie! With that said, Is it me or her vibrato sounds much more natural and more age appropriate (to my eyes & ears) but, more importantly more realistic as the song progresses? I mean no disrespect to Beyonce herself but, it seems to me that many of those whom she has influenced have an overly wide vibrato which sounds pitchy to my ears. I just turned 49 so, my question is: does vibrato naturally becomes wider and less controlled with age? If so, how does one counteract that? I picture it as fatigued elastic band.