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Nadine Sierra

 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, 2015-08-03.


Nadine Sierra (born May 14, 1988) is an American operatic soprano. On February 21, 2009, she won the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Finals in New York.[1] A native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, she attended the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida,[citation needed] and trained at The Mannes College of Music and Marilyn Horne's Music Academy of the West, where she was the youngest person ever to receive the Marilyn Horne Foundation Award.[2][3]
 

 

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She became a Young Artist with the Palm Beach Opera when she was 14 and made her operatic debut there two years later as the Sandman in Engelbert Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel.[4] She also appeared on the National Public Radio program From the Top when she was 15 performing "O mio babbino caro" from Gianni Schicchi.[5]

She was invited back to From the Top in 2010, a show taped in Burlington, Vermont, with commentary by Marilyn Horne. She appeared at the United States Supreme Court Building in May 2009 where she sang solo and with Thomas Hampson in the Justices Chambers. In 2009 she competed in Helsinki, Finland, in the Mirjam Helin International Competition where she was awarded second place. She had her debut concert in Helsinki, Finland in 2009. In October 2009 she performed in the Marilyn Horne Mediterranean Cruise to Italy, Croatia, Turkey and Greece. In March 2010 she performed at the Musashino Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

She appeared as the Princess with Gotham Chamber Opera's production of Xavier Montsalvatge's opera El gato con botas at the New Victory Theater. In January 2011 she returned to Palm Beach Opera's Orfeo ed Euridice in the title role. In May 2011 she appeared as Tytania in Boston Lyric Opera's A Midsummer Night's Dream. In January 2011 she became a San Francisco Opera Adler Fellow[6] and the following May appeared in the company's premiere of Christopher Theofanidis' opera Heart of a Soldier with Thomas Hampson in the main role. In January 2012 she appeared as Gilda in Florida Grand Opera's Rigoletto.

Sierra is featured in the book Driven: Six Incredible Musical Journeys where author Nick Romeo dedicated one of the chapters ("Journeys") to her.[7]

Awards

Sierra has been awarded the following awards and scholarships:

  • National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, Miami, Florida – Vocal Silver Award 2006
  • Palm Beach Opera Vocal Competition, West Palm Beach, Florida – First Place Junior Division 2007
  • The Marilyn Horne Foundation Awards Competition, Santa Barbara, California – First Place Award 2007
  • National Society For Arts and Letters Vocal Competition, Bloomington, Indiana – Second Place Award 2008[8]
  • The Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, New York City – Grand Finalist Winner 2009
  • Florida Grand Opera Competition, Miami, Florida – Junior Division First Place Award 2009[9]
  • Licia Albanese–Puccini International Competition, New York, NY – Third Place Award 2009[10]
  • Gerda Lissner Foundation Competition, New York City – First Place 2010[11]
  • Richard Tucker Foundation, New York City – 2010 Sara Tucker Study Award Winner[12]
  • George London Foundation Competition, New York City First Place 2010[13]
  • Loren Zachary Foundation International Competition, Los Angeles, California – First Place 2010[14]
  • The Leonore Annenberg Award Fellowship in the Performing Arts, 2011
  • Stella Maris International Music Competition 2011, Audience Prize
  • The Veronica Dunne International Singing Competition, Dublin, 2013
  • Neue Stimmen, Gütersloh, Germany -- 1st Prize and People's Choice Award 2013[15]

References

1.       Jump up ^ Metropolitan Opera, List of National Council Winners

2.       Jump up ^ Stewart, Henry, "The Next Ones: Nadine Sierra (soprano)", The L Magazine, September 2, 2009

3.       Jump up ^ Smith, Steve, "The On Wings of Song Series Shows a Fledgling's Flights", The New York Times, November 13, 2007

4.       Jump up ^ Schultz, Alexandra, "Portrait of the Artists: Meet three unique talents defining the face of the South Florida cultural scene", Boca Raton Magazine, November 2008

5.       Jump up ^ NPR From the Top, Green Room: Congratulations Met Council Auditions Winner Nadine Sierra

6.       Jump up ^ "Adler Fellows Alumni". http://sfopera.com/Home.aspx. San Francisco Opera. Retrieved November 30, 2014. 

7.       Jump up ^ Romeo, Nick (2011). Driven: Six Incredible Musical Journeys, pp. 51-68. From the Top, Inc. ISBN 0-615-51140-6. See also Romeo, Nick (December 2009). "A Young Soprano's Journey to Victory at the Met". Classical Singer Magazine

8.       Jump up ^ McCormick, Barbara (May 26, 2010). "National Society of Arts and letters hosts music fundraiser". Boca Raton Tribune

9.       Jump up ^ Florida Grand Opera, Young Patronesses of the opera. Previous winners

10.    Jump up ^ Licia Albanese–Puccini International Vocal Competition. 2009 winners; Photos

11.    Jump up ^ Gerda Lissner Foundation. 2010 award winners

12.    Jump up ^ Richard Tucker Foundation. Sara Tucker Study Grants 1998-2010

13.    Jump up ^ George London Foundation (2010). Winners Circle[dead link]

14.    Jump up ^ Wada, Karen (May 24, 2010). "Soprano Nadine Sierra wins top prize in national vocal competition". Los Angeles Times (Arts)

15.    Jump up ^ [1]

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Mollie King

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, 2015-08-03.

 

Birth name

Mollie Elizabeth King

Born

(1987-06-04) 4 June 1987 (age 28)
Richmond, Surrey, England

Origin

London, England

Genres

Pop, dance, electropop, dance-pop, R&B, acoustic

Occupation(s)

Singer, songwriter, dancer

Instruments

Vocals, guitar

Years active

2004–present

Labels

Polydor, Fascination

Associated acts

The Saturdays, Fallen Angelz, Flo Rida, Sean Paul, Shaggy

Website

- The Saturdays

Mollie Elizabeth King[1] (born 4 June 1987) is an English singer-songwriter. She is best known for being a member of girl group The Saturdays. In the Saturdays, King has successfully enjoyed thirteen top-ten and eight top-five singles, including the UK no.1 hit What About Us on the UK Singles Chart and five top-ten albums on the UK Albums Chart. Before The Saturdays, King was a member of another girl group, Fallen Angelz, with whom she appeared on The X Factor. King is currently signed to Fascination and Polydor Records
 

 

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Early life

King was born in Richmond, Surrey, the youngest of three daughters born to Susan (née Wykes) and Stephen King. She attended Surbiton High School, in Kingston-upon-Thames, London. She has two sisters, Ellen and Laura Ann (born 1983).[2] King had a successful ski career and was on the Surbiton High Ski team with fellow pupil Chemmy Alcott.[citation needed] By age eleven, King was a member of the British Children's Ski Team resulting in her receiving a scholarship to the British Ski Academy. King later raced for Great Britain as one of the youngest on the team and later went on to ski for the British Alpine squad although turned down a ski career to pursue her dream of becoming a singer.[citation needed] King achieved three As in her A levels, in Psychology, Business and Economics and Sport in spite of having been diagnosed with Dyslexia.[citation needed] King also was a Finalist for Miss Guildford at just the age of 18.[citation needed]

Career history

2005–2007: Fallen Angelz

King joined a group titled Fallen Angelz in 2006 with Nikki Wills, Bobbi Aney and Rachelle Glover. Fallen Angelz evolved through auditions held in London in 2005, where Bobbi selected three other "sassy girls with bags of attitude" after watching VT footage of the singing and dancing auditions and photo shoot apparently and describes the selection process on their website.

After the Fallen Angelz still failed to gain success, they decided to audition for the talent show The X Factor in 2007, which was eventually won by Leon Jackson. During the audition the group entered the auditions room singing "Girlfriend" by Avril Lavigne. However, the group had changed some of the lyrics, singing "Hey, hey, you, you, I wanna be your girlband". As their main audition song, the girls sang "Obviously" by McFly. The group gained four yeses from the judges, which sent them to the next stage of the competition, called "bootcamp". At the second stage of the show, the girls failed to impress the judges a second time around, and were eliminated from the show. Later, King and Wills decided to leave the group.

2007–present: The Saturdays

After leaving Fallen Angelz, King auditioned to become a member of girl group The Saturdays. The group signed a record deal with Fascination and Polydor Records. The girls accompanied Girls Aloud on their Tangled Up Tour from 13 May to 4 June 2008. The Saturdays released their first single "If This Is Love" which featured samples from the song Situation by Yazoo. The single entered the UK Singles Charts at number 8. The second single released from the Saturday's album was titled "Up" which was produced by Quiz & Larossi. The production was described as an upbeat bubblegum pop, dance-pop and electropop song.[3][4][5] Its style has also been described as "electro-tinged" and "robotic disco-pop".[5] Chasing Lights was the group's first studio album, which charted at number 9 on the UK Album Charts. The album gained a Platinum certification by the BPI, selling over 400,000 copies. The album, and band, were compared heavily to other British girl band's such as Girls Aloud and Sugababes[6] however the album ultimately received mostly positive reviews.[7] The album produced two more UK Top-Ten Singles: "Issues" and a cover version of "Just Can't Get Enough" by Depeche Mode for Comic Relief. The album's last single was "Work", which charted at 22 on the UK Singles Chart, making it the group's lowest charting single, and only single to peak at a higher position in Ireland than in the UK. They then embarked on their first concert tour, The Work Tour.

Wordshaker was released as The Saturdays' second studio album in October 2009. The album debuted at number 9 on the UK Albums Chart, equalling the peak position of their debut album. The album was later certified Silver by the BPI.[citation needed] "Forever Is Over", a track previously recorded by Kelly Clarkson,[8] was released as the lead single from the album, charting at number 2 in the UK and number 8 on the Irish Singles Charts. "Ego" was released as the second and last single from Wordshaker. The single charted at number 9, becoming one of the group's lower charting singles. However it became one of the band's best-selling singles, gaining a Silver certification by the BPI.[citation needed]

Headlines! was released as a "mini album",[9] with the first single chosen as "Missing You". It gained positive reviews and King's voice was described thus: "King uses the natural croak in her voice".[10] It was written by Lukas Hilbert and Alexander Kronlund.[11] Headlines! and "Missing You" both charted at number three on the UK Album Charts and the UK Singles Chart. The album performed better than their previous releases in Ireland where it peaked at number 10. As the band were promoting "Missing You", King had to pull out of performing on T4 on the Beach due to a horsefly bite which left her right leg swollen and resulted in King being dependent on crutches for a while.[12] "Higher", a collaboration with Flo Rida was released as the second and final single from Headlines!. It charted at number 10 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the band's 8th top-ten single at the time. In 2010, King appeared with her bandmates in a documentary series aired on ITV2 entitled The Saturdays: 24/7.

"Notorious" was released in May 2011 as the lead single from the group's fourth album On Your Radar and charted at number 8 in the UK and number 19 in Ireland. The album received mixed reviews upon release, with many reviewers criticising its lack of individuality.[13] The album failed to match the success of the band's previous releases, peaking at number 23 in the UK, becoming the band's only album to not reach the top 10 in the UK to date. The second single released from the album, "All Fired Up" reached number three in the UK and number 6 in Ireland. The single received mostly positive reviews.[14] The third and last single, "My Heart Takes Over" charted at number 15 in the UK. The band embarked on their third tour, the All Fired Up Tour in December 2011[15]

In 2012, the band released the single 30 Days, the lead single for their upcoming fourth studio album. n 2013, The Saturday's starred in their own E! reality TV show titled Chasing The Saturdays, in an attempt to break into the American market after signing with Island Def Jam Records and Mercury Records.[16] To coincide with the TV series, the band released an EP Chasing The Saturdays in the U.S. and Canada. The band released "What About Us" in early 2013 as their debut worldwide single to moderate chat success. For the UK release of the song, rapper Sean Paul recorded a verse. Upon release, What About Us gained great success in the UK, becoming the band's first number one single[17] and the fastest selling single of 2013 at the time.[18] The single has sold over 370,000 copies in the UK.[19] The band then released single Gentleman which failed to repeat the success of their previous single, becoming the band's third single to miss the top 10 on the UK Singles Chart. The song received mixed reviews.[20] The band released follow-up single "Disco Love", which debuted within the top 10 in both the UK and Ireland. The band released their fourth studio album, Living for the Weekend on 14 October 2013, where it debuted and peaked at number 10 on the UK Albums Chart. The album performed better in Ireland than On Your Radar, peaking at number 16.

In 2014 the group released their greatest hits album 'Finest Selection' which gave the group their fifth top 10 album and the lead single 'What Are You Waiting For' their 18th consecutive chart hit in the UK. The band stated the album was not their final and that it was a celebration of their success which has resulted in them becoming one of the UK's most successful girl groups.

King is known for being the "posh, smiley one", earning the nickname "Miss Disney" by the other Saturdays. King also plays the acoustic guitar.

Other endeavours

Television

King auditioned for The X Factor in 2005, before joining The Saturdays, and was criticised by Sharon Osbourne for her outfit. She then changed her outfit and went back to sing a Christina Aguilera ballad, where the judges praised her and encouraged her to come back when she was older. As a result of her audition being broadcast, King appeared on The X Factor in 2007 again as part of girl group Fallen Angelz which was formed in 2005. They managed to get to the final stages of boot camp before being eliminated from the competition. With the Fallen Angelz, King appeared in Singing with the Enemy.

King appeared in a number of episodes of Hollyoaks Later, along with Frankie Sandford. As a part of The Saturdays, she has appeared in BBC series Myths. King has appeared in two episodes of bebo-based online show Sam King portraying herself as an ex-girlfriend. King also appeared on The King is Dead on BBC Three and Never Mind the Buzzcocks in 2010. Along with her band mates, King appeared on Ghosthunting with... where they look for parnormal activity. She also appeared in a Reality TV show with her band mates, known as The Saturdays: 24/7. On the show, The Saturdays performed exclusive tracks.

In early 2013, The Saturdays appeared in another reality TV documentary about their lives, Chasing The Saturdays. The programme follows the band as they try to break into the American market after signing with Island Def Jam Records and Mercury Records.[16] The show aired in on TV network E! on Sunday nights. The U.S. premiere received 914,00 viewers.[21] Upon its premiere in the UK, the show received 72,000 views and became the networks most watched show of the week.[22] The show was cancelled after one season due to poor ratings in the U.S.[23]

On 5 October 2013, King appeared on an episode of Through the Keyhole.[24]

Merchandise

In early 2010, The Saturdays were going to publish their autobiography.[25] King later announced that the autobiography would be titled The Saturdays: Our Story.[25] The book was officially released on 25 October 2010. King and the rest of her band appeared at a book signing at WH Smith in Bluewater for a book signing on 16 October 2010. The cover of their book cover had a similar cover to their Headlines! album and their The Headlines Tour due to them all being released around the same time.[25] The book gives insight into the world of The Saturdays by telling the tale of their success. King has her own chapter in the book, which she speaks about her love interests, their friendship within the band, and a personal insight into their lives before finding fame. The book also gives fashion and beauty tips, some gossip, accompanied by photos from the girls’ own collection.[26]

Sponsorship deals

It was revealed in 2009 that The Saturdays would be the new faces of hair removal product Veet.[27] They later became the new faces of a major campaign for Impulse women's deodorant. The group recorded a television ad, which featured their songs "Forever Is Over" and "Ego". It was also dubbed "The Impulse Diaries". The TV content, which involves a sponsorship package on Channel 4, will show the girls in various settings, including a hotel room, a tour bus and backstage before a gig. This first aired on 23 October.[28] The Saturdays also did a photoshoot, posing on a giant sofa as they launched T-Mobile's Big Sofa Night In campaign in London, United Kingdom. The band sat on the sofa for more than 12 hours, the sofa was the size of a double decker bus.[29][30]

Fashion

In 2013, King created a collection for Oasis Stores titled 'Loved by Mollie'.[31] During September 2013, King designed shoes to help raise funds for UK charity Save The Children.[32] King also was an ambassador for Maybelline during the Vodafone London Fashion Week[33] In October 2013, King was signed to Next Model Management, joining previously signed Alexa Chung and Lana Del Rey.[34]

Philanthropy

It was announced that The Saturdays would record the 2009 Comic Relief charity single.[35] It was revealed that the girls put their fourth single ("Work") to release the comic relief single. It was confirmed that the group would release a cover of Depeche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough" for the charity single. The single was released on 1 March 2009. A week later, the song charted at number 2 on the UK Singles Charts making the group the first artist in 14 years for their Comic Relief single not to chart at number 1.[36]

In May 2010, the Saturdays teamed up with Manchester United and sang at a pre-match concert at Old Trafford.[37] On 12 September 2010, the girls performed at the Help for Heroes charity concert with over 60,000 fans there.[38] In March 2011, the group appeared at Westfield shopping centre with buckets and asked customers to part with their cash for Marie Curie Cancer Care, which provides nurses to help care for people with terminal cancer. Rochelle stated; "We were collecting money in Westfield, for our charity Marie Curie! We raised a lot I think."[39] The band also performed at the The Sunshine Concert which was held at the Troxy in London; in order to raise money for charity.[40]

On 28 June 2014, King appeared, with The Saturdays, and competed in a celebrity edition TV show The Cube, where she got up to the final round, but did not continue and won £100,000 for her chosen charity, the British Heart Foundation.[41]

Personal life

In January 2010, it was announced that King was in a relationship with Lawson member Andy Brown. However, they broke up in February 2011. Following their split, Brown wrote the songs When She Was Mine and Standing in the Dark.[42][43] Then, King dated British model David Gandy from April 2011 to February 2012.[44] In 2011, King admitted she had only ever kissed three men before dating Gandy.[45] In 2012, King admitted she had dated Prince Harry for a period of time in April 2012.[46] She was in a relationship with American music producer, Jordan Omley, from February 2013 to July 2014.[47] In August 2014, it was rumored that Mollie and model David Gandy were dating again.[48][49]

King is a fan of Britney Spears and cites the singer as a personal influence.[50]

Discography

Main article: The Saturdays discography

Tour

As part of The Saturdays

  1. The Work Tour
  2. The Headlines Tour
  3. All Fired Up Tour

Greatest Hits Live!

Albums

  • Chasing Lights (2008)
  • Wordshaker (2009)
  • Headlines (2010)
  • On Your Radar (2011)
  • Living For the Weekend (2013)
  • Finest Selection: The Greatest Hits (2014)

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