Local girl receives nomination for Classical Brit
Published Sunday, 07 March 2010
Kettering Borough Council is proud to support local girl Faryl Smith who has become the youngest ever artist to receive two Classical Brit Award nominations.
Faryl Smiths debut album 'Faryl' will be one of the 10 best selling albums of the year fighting to be the winner of Best Album of the Year 2010, the only award to be voted for by the public! Within her category she will face stiff competition from the other nominated acts including Pope Benedict whose voice features on Alma Maters 'Music from the Vatican' and X-Factor runner up Rhydian with his album O Fortuna.
As well as Album of the Year Faryl has also received a nomination for the Best Young Artist Award where she will face violinist Jack Liebeck and early music ensemble Stile Antico.
Fans can show their support and vote for the Classical Brit Awards 2010 by following this link www.brits.co.uk/voting. Voting closes on April 23rd with the winners being announced at the 11th annual Classical Brit Awards with NS&I at the Royal Albert Hall, London on May 13th. The Awards ceremony will be broadcast on ITV1 on May 18th.