Bungay singer enjoys masterclass in famous London studios
A BUNGAY singer has been given a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes at two of the most highly-respected recording studios in the world.
Caomhe, 18, was one of five acts hand selected for the BBC Introducing event that saw young artists given advice at a masterclass at the Abbey Road and Maida Vale studios in London.
Among the classes she attended was a guitar workshop with Newton Faulkner and a song-writing tutorial with BBC 6 Music presenter Tom Robinson.
Caomhe said it was an overwhelming experience to go to the famous studios and be given the masterclass.
'It was amazing and was a once in a lifetime experience. I'm so grateful,' she said.
'There were about 250 people which seems a lot, but when you think about the number of musicians on BBC Introducing and think how many people play, it is actually quite a small number.'
The singer, who describes her music as pop/country/folk, revealed that the experience had made her motivated to write all the time.
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In September, the former Norwich School student, also went to Nashville, Tennessee, USA, where she wrote songs with writer Billy Austin and played at the Bluebird Caf�, a famous acoustic music club.
Caomhe is hoping to return to Nashville this year and is intending to study music at university in London next year.