The Sing 2 Beat Breast Cancer choir sang their single live with Camilla Kerslake and Blake, at a special performance at St James theatre on Sunday 27th October 2013. Buy the single on Amazon Buy the single on iTunes
The Sing 2 Beat Breast Cancer choir, with Camilla Kerslake and Blake, performing live on ITV’s “This Morning” show on Tuesday 15th October 2013. The presenters talked to some of the ladies about their journey in the health item during the show, before the choir, Camilla and Blake sang the … Continue reading
What an amazing reception for the song and choir at the Pink Ribbon Ball – a resounding success. Well done to all performing tonight. Don’t forget that you can download the single NOW and raise money for the Breast Cancer Campaign charity. Buy the single on Amazon Buy the single … Continue reading
The Daily Mail Online has a wonderful article about Sing 2 Beat Breast Cancer Choir member Sharon, and includes a link to the video of the single “You Raise Me Up”. www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2454560/I-want-make-survival-count-Breast-cancer-55-patient-joins-choir-women-disease-record-fundraising-single-Camilla-Kerslake-Blake.html Buy the single on Amazon Buy the single on iTunes
Hello magazine have printed an article this week about the Sing 2 Beat Breast Cancer Choir and Camilla Kerslake. The article is on page 91. Check it out.
The single “You Raise Me Up” which the Sing 2 Beat Breast Cancer Choir recorded, with Camilla Kerslake and Blake, on behalf of the Breast Cancer Campaign charity, will be released on 13th October 2013. Buy the single on Amazon Buy the single on iTunes Please share the link with … Continue reading
The Sing 2 Beat Breast Cancer Choir featuring Camilla Kerslake and vocal trio Blake release the new single “You Raise Me Up”. The single is being released on October 13th in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast Cancer Campaign is a charity that is very close to Camilla’s heart. In June 2011, three months after her critically acclaimed second album ‘Moments’ was released, Camilla chose to step out of the limelight when her mother Deborah was diagnosed with breast cancer. After a year caring for her mother, Camilla began tirelessly campaigning both for the Royal Marsden, who saved her mother’s life, and many breast cancer charities whose research enabled them to do so. As an ambassador for Breast Cancer Campaign, Camilla was asked by the charity to record a single to help raise awareness of the lifesaving research that the charity funds.
What an amazing night, surrounded by some of the most inspirational woman in the country at Cadogan Hall, Camilla with the Sing 2 Beat Breast Cancer choir performed “You Raise Me Up” to a standing ovation. Well done to all who were there, an inspirational performance and congratulations to the … Continue reading