ROCK CHOIR FOUNDER - Caroline Redman Lusher
Rock Choir was responsible for the phenomenon of popular contemporary chorale singing and its Founder, Caroline Redman Lusher, is identified as responsible for “changing the musical landscape of the country…” Guy Fletcher, Chairman of the PRS. “….By creating Rock Choir in 2005 it has dramatically helped the British public improve their well-being and mental health by creating joy with the power of group-singing, friendship and support.”
Caroline’s ethos of making contemporary singing accessible and bringing communities and individuals together coupled with her expertise as both a performer and teacher allowed her to develop a unique teaching formula allowing Rock Choir to have a strong educational backbone at the same time as making the performance experience as glamorous as possible for the Member.
The concept of nurturing amateur singers and leading them to experience the thrill of performance in a wide variety of arenas has attracted tens of thousands of the British public to take part.
Caroline is recognised for her strong visionary and leadership skills and has attracted a talented team of over 80 musicians who have joined her to help deliver the Rock Choir Experience across the UK.
They too benefit by enjoying a rewarding career in the arts and as a team at the same time as changing lives through their role in Rock Choir. Caroline continues to oversee all creative aspects of Rock Choir.
“Caroline Redman Lusher is the manifestation of the word inspirational – she made me want to sing, quite literally!” – Women Unlimited Conference 8th.
Her warm, inspirational and philanthropic approach has supported individuals, communities and charities alike, offering support whilst raising awareness and funds for hundreds of UK charities including Comic Relief, Sports Relief, Flying Start and Missing People.
She is an Ambassador for the UK’s largest National Music charity, Nordoff Robbins.
As well as a trained teacher, Caroline is a professional singer and recording artist and has contributed her voice to various successful albums.
She was awarded a double-platinum disc by the B.P.I. in 2011 by featuring on over a million albums sales dueting with the Warner-devised group, ‘The Soldiers’ on the album ‘Coming Home’. She also dueted with classical cross-over artist Blake and as a soloist on Rock Choir Vol.1 released by Decca/Universal and reaching a chart position of 18 in July 2010.
Since then she has featured on 4 single releases with The Rock Choir Vocal Group achieving a No.1 Christmas single in the Itunes Christmas chart 2018 with The First Noel/Silent Night.
Caroline has also appeared as a soloist at BBC Proms in the Park 2018 and 2019 in Hyde Park London leading The Rock Choir Vocal Group accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Awards & Appearances
Caroline was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Letters from the London College of Music in 2017 as well as the music industry ‘Gold Badge Award’ from BASCA and the PRS for her Exceptional Contribution to British Music.
She was also awarded The Freedom of London in 2015 and invited to become one of the 100-founding members of the Guild of Entrepreneurs.
She was also listed in Power 100 of Inspiring Entrepreneurs in 2017 by Smith & Williamson
As well as featuring in ITV’s 3-part entertainment documentary, The Choir That Rocks, Caroline has appeared on many TV and Radio shows including BBC’s ‘The One Show’, ‘BBC Breakfast’, ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’, ‘This Morning’, ‘The Paul O’Grady Show’ and ‘The Alan Titchmarsh Show’ also ‘Sky News’, America’s ‘CBS Morning Show’ plus BBC Radio 2’s ‘Chris Evans Breakfast Show’, ‘Steve Wright in the Afternoon’, ‘Good Morning Sunday’.