Knebworth studio seeks female stars

12:45 11 February 2014

Auditions are now open for the One2One competition

Auditions are now open for the One2One competition

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The search is on for the next female superstars of tomorrow.

One2One Recording Studios, based in Knebworth, are inviting promising young singers and girl groups to audition for the chance of a lifetime.

If selected you will receive coaching and rehearsal time by music industry professionals. Selected candidates will then upload a video of themselves performing to YouTube, reaching out to record labels around the world.

Organiser Bill Smith said: “It will be a truly excellent opportunity for any up-and-coming performer to get their name out there.

“One of the hardest parts of making it in the music industry is getting your face known and making the right contacts. We want to help find the stars of the future.”

If you would like to apply, or know someone who would, visit www.one2onerecording.com for more information.

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