America S Got Talent Jackie Evancho
August 12, 2010 by Post Team
America S Got Talent Jackie Evancho, (USA Today) — When a singer 10 years old, sang an aria from Puccini polished voice of someone three times his age in Tuesday’s episode of America’s Got Talent, Boyle’s law “next to Susan!” Superlatives flowed through the media landscape. But so did the question: Jackie Evancho for real?
The precocious soprano, a Pittsburgh-area fourth-grader who auditioned for the NBC show a YouTube video, captured the panel with a live performance of O Mio Babbino Caro. However, a video clip seems to show that their lips are ever so slightly out of sync with the audio.
Fremantle, the company that produces and AGT Fox American Idol, contestants made available only to local media. But “there was no playback,” says producer Jason Raff.
During the tests, “the crew was saying that she looked like she is playback,” he says. “And in the foreground, his mouth moves in a different way that the sound comes out. It’s weird, but it is only how to sing.”
Voters embraced happy: In Wednesday’s results show, Evancho advanced to the semifinals.
Another witness to his true talent comes from his career: his self-released EP, Prelude to a Dream, has sold worldwide, and has performed with David Foster, sung the national anthem at the first home game Pittsburgh Pirates and appeared on PBS.
“She is a true blessing in a voice that is phenomenal,” says the classical-crossover composer and director Tim Janis, who is included in its agenda Evancho American Christmas Carol (02 December) at Carnegie Hall.
A film producer Janis Evancho had alerted two years ago, and he put her in one of his specialties to celebrate America’s public television station WQED Pittsburgh. “Jackie just stood out and shone,” he says. His voice “totally captivated me and sent me to a place that was comforting and inspiring.”
Even if the listeners do not know what is the song of a child, “the voice stands on its own. It’s a great sound that fills the room.”
The reaction reminiscent of the Cinderella story of Boyle, who became an Internet sensation after the onset of Britain’s Got Talent and went to record an album that has sold 9 million copies worldwide.
Evancho trains with at least two teachers of singing, which is essential to their age “to make sure not to abuse the gift,” says Janis. “A young singer is in the process of muscle development, and not exaggerate.”
It will not speculate on whether Evancho, pop and classical singing, choose a specialty. “She has a rare gift of speaking to many hearts. In my opinion, the classic scenario is a very good match for her voice. But someone who does not follow that genre can still appreciate the beauty.
“What it takes, it will do well.”
VIDEO: Watch Jackie belt a tune Evancho
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