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Kitty wins spot on high profile talent showcase
(Posted on - Mon 25 Jun 2012)

ATM London student Kitty Cowell has been selected to take part in Breakout (Proud Galleries, Camden: 12 July), an event that showcases 'tomorrow's stars today', run in association with music industry bible Music Week. 

Breakout is a monthly night run by All Night Long Promotions, with July's event seeing rap-electro artist Kitty (pictured left) share the bill with Bebe Black, The Night, BIGkids, Luke Sital Singh and Liz Lawrence.

Breakout's Gary Prosser and Ben James were judges at Access to Music's Higher showcase events earlier this month. The Higher showcases featured acts from the Artist Development Programme and the Foundation Degree Popular Musician course at the recently revamped intimate Burlesque-inspired South Gallery. Gary and Ben, along with special guest judge Jaime Bradley from management company Rocket Music, picked Kitty out as the overall winner from the 34 acts taking part. 

Amidst a sultry haze of red crushed velvet and dusky lighting, speckled with shimmers of the glistening glitter ball, the acts performed 2-3 songs to a packed audience of friends, family and music industry. They set the venue on fire with a heady mix of talent across a plethora of genres, from folk-pop, pop-electro and indie-rock through to pop-grime, hip-hop, acoustic-soul and heavy metal. You can see photos from the second Higher showcase on our Facebook gallery.

Kitty's star is obviously in the ascendant as she also recently featured in The New Review as The Independent on Sunday's 'One to Watch'. The Breakout team were also impressed by electro-pop act Cedellah, who they booked to perform in the ‘acoustic stable’, the space where previous Artist Development student Ed Sheeran showcased his talents last year.

Access to Music is delighted that its students have been chosen to be involved and looks forward to nurturing this bridging platform from music education into the music industry in the future.  

Don't worry, we'll keep you updated with news and photos of Kitty and Cedellah's performances at Breakout as soon as we can. For more news, photos, video clips and all things Access to Music, why not 'like' our Facebook page

 



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Kitty wins spot on high profile talent showcase

Kitty wins spot on high profile talent showcase

ATM London student Kitty Cowell has been selected to take part in Breakout (Proud Galleries, Camden: 12 July), an event that showcases 'tomorrow's stars today', run in association with music industry bible Music Week. 

Breakout is a monthly night run by All Night Long Promotions, with July's event seeing rap-electro artist Kitty (pictured left) share the bill with Bebe Black, The Night, BIGkids, Luke Sital Singh and Liz Lawrence.

Breakout's Gary Prosser and Ben James were judges at Access to Music's Higher showcase events earlier this month. The Higher showcases featured acts from the Artist Development Programme and the Foundation Degree Popular Musician course at the recently revamped intimate Burlesque-inspired South Gallery. Gary and Ben, along with special guest judge Jaime Bradley from management company Rocket Music, picked Kitty out as the overall winner from the 34 acts taking part. 

Amidst a sultry haze of red crushed velvet and dusky lighting, speckled with shimmers of the glistening glitter ball, the acts performed 2-3 songs to a packed audience of friends, family and music industry. They set the venue on fire with a heady mix of talent across a plethora of genres, from folk-pop, pop-electro and indie-rock through to pop-grime, hip-hop, acoustic-soul and heavy metal. You can see photos from the second Higher showcase on our Facebook gallery.

Kitty's star is obviously in the ascendant as she also recently featured in The New Review as The Independent on Sunday's 'One to Watch'. The Breakout team were also impressed by electro-pop act Cedellah, who they booked to perform in the ‘acoustic stable’, the space where previous Artist Development student Ed Sheeran showcased his talents last year.

Access to Music is delighted that its students have been chosen to be involved and looks forward to nurturing this bridging platform from music education into the music industry in the future.  

Don't worry, we'll keep you updated with news and photos of Kitty and Cedellah's performances at Breakout as soon as we can. For more news, photos, video clips and all things Access to Music, why not 'like' our Facebook page