Our Choir

Original members of the choir:
Back row left to right: – Susan Wood,  “B” Marcks, Rebecca Fitzgerald, Erica Martin, Laura Bann, Pam Millard, Elia Pacilio, Anne Stagg, Lesley Finney, Katriona Taylor, Julia Barnickle, Diana Matheou, Deborah Kerslake
Front row: Sam Stokes, Sandra Chapman, Maura Haughey, Sharon Malyan, Ali Lyon, Lucy Garrioch, Eleanor Williams.


The choir was originally set up in August 2013 as a backing group for a charity single being recorded by classical singers Camilla Kerslake and Blake on behalf of the Breast Cancer Campaign charity.

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During 2013, the choir performed at a number of events during Breast Cancer Awareness month, notably the Pink Ribbon Ball (Breast Cancer Campaign), the Inspiration Awards for Women (Breakthrough Breast Cancer) and at a MacMillan coffee morning on Park Lane – and also live on television for ITV’s “This Morning” programme to promote the single.

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In October 2014, the choir came together again with Camilla Kerslake and Blake to perform at Breast Cancer Care’s fashion show, and appeared with Camilla for a second time at the Inspiration Awards for Women.


In 2015, the choir re-formed with some original members and is also recruiting new members for potential events during Breast Cancer Awareness month in October.

4 thoughts on “Our Choir

  1. How amazing!!!!! I am a breast cancer survivor and also have been working hard to evidence and research arts and health. I really want to join a choir but can’t find one in the Bath area – I am a good singer – I was the first Mrs Johnston in Blood Brothers. Can any of you help me to find a choir to join?
    Marian xxxxxx

    • Hello Marian, I’m Anne Stagg and I’m in the Sing 2 beat Breast Cancer Choir. I know the choir you should join – its ‘The Silver Ring Choir of Bath’. We have heard them and they are fantastic and probably at your level. . My step mother’s cousin and wife are in it (he is a retired GP from Combe Down), so I’ll let them know to look out for you.
      You must sing to maintain your health and well being – and especially if you are a singer at heart already!
      Anne xx

  2. Hi Marian. Hope you find the choir and enjoy the singing. I have some arts/health projects on the go, so please do be in touch if you would like to know more (alilyonATphonecoop.coop) Best wishes, Ali Lyon

  3. I think the work you’ve done is simply phenomenal!!!! As well as being a pianist, composer, and singer/songwriter, I’m also a researcher, author, and guest speaker on an arts/health issue, Music & Epilepsy.
    Keep up the good work, you’re amazing. Xxx

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