[20130130] JUNIEL stood in a spotlight in Cannes – Midem attendees’ exceptionally interested

Posted: 2013/01/31 in News

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Juniel, “Discovery of the Year”, stood in the spotlight in Cannes, France.

Juniel was invited to one of the biggest international music markets, Midem, as a performer, and held a mini concert at a party “Midem Happy Hour” on 27th January.

On the day, Juniel heartily sang “Ready go”, “Bad Man”, “Boy” and “Illa Illa”. In those songs, “Ready go” and “Boy” are Juniel’s self-composed songs. It is exceptional that the rookie who just debuted in the last six months (*translator’s note: as of when she was invited) was invited to such a big international stage. Moreover, she didn’t get nervous, rather looked relaxed, and showed her ability, attracting even more attentions.

After the concert, she was praised as “a talented young artist”, catching attendees’ eyes. Producer Pernilla Svanstrom, from Kennel, Sweden told “I was amazed that she sang better and was more talented than expected”, and composer Teemu Lillrank, from Sugar House Publishing, Finland told “not only vocal skill, but her appearance is cute and pretty. I’d like to write a song for her. She’s charming”, showing his interest. Also, producer Ron Thaler from RT Type Music, the US told “she is a talented young artist. I hope to work with her”.

“Midem Happy Hour” is a party for VIPs held before Midem festival. It was held before “Palais des festival” and about a thousand of VIPs attended.

Meanwhile, Midem is an international music exposition annually held in Cannes, France, geared to planning companies, productions, publishing companies and media in a variety of music genres such as pop, rock, jazz and classics.

Source: Sports World
Translated by: ylwshs12

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