A 13-year-old singer from Starston has found more success on her road to becoming a record artist after qualifying for a major international contest in the USA this July.
Breeze Redwine, a pupil at Archbishop Sancroft High School, was chosen to represent Team GB at the World Championships of Performing Arts (WCPA), following two successful auditions, as she prepares for the release of her debut single, Dreams.
Jackie Redwine, Breeze’s mother, told the Diss Express her family was ‘really chuffed’ for her achievements.
“We have always stayed clear of the high-profile television programmes, but this is something she’ll gain lots of experience from,” she said.
“It’s major. It’s a huge learning experience from top people in the music industry. She is over the moon.”
The teenager, who is currently on a development programme with Charthouse Music in London, caught national attention last summer after being named Pre-Teens champion at UK singing competition TeenStar.
But Mrs Redwine added she wanted her daughter to take things slowly, explaining they were ‘pretty grounded’ about the music business.
“Her ambition is to become a credible record artist. That’s something you have got to build and take slowly.
“For her age, it’s too much for her to sign to a label. She has to hone her craft.”