DUE TO THE LATEST GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES,
OUR TEAM IS NOW WORKING FROM HOME AGAIN BUT CONTACTABLE VIA OFFICE@ROCKCHOIR.COM.
PLEASE BEAR WITH US AND WE WILL RESPOND AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
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Carrie Rawlings

She is a talented singer and pianist with a BA in Performing Arts from King Alfred’s College Winchester and a Post Graduate Diploma in Musical Theatre from Mountview in London. Her performance engagements have included singing as the support act to Gerry and the Pacemakers, alongside the writer of ‘Wicked’ Stephen Schwartz and debuting her one woman show ‘When I Was Young I Listened to The Radio’ at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival in Australia with headliner Olivia Newton-John. Her musical influences include everything from The Carpenters to Lily Allen and loves old and new music.

Carrie enjoys what Rock Choir has to offer in Cambridgeshire from the new relationships she forms, the great music she teaches and ultimately seeing people having a good time each week.


When lockdown hit I was worried for all our jobs and the sanity of not only my wonderful choir Members but myself too.

Making music is what we do. How could we go on without it? But, the entire Choir Leader and HQ team at Rock Choir reacted immediately to lockdown with such a forward-thinking attitude it amazed me. I was part of this! The country would be okay and we would #keepbritainsinging each day.

I am in awe of everything Caroline and the team have achieved in such a short space of time and for those members who’ve stayed with us throughout – a huge thank you. Your support is everything.

Choir Leader for:

  • Cambridge
  • Huntingdon
  • St Neots
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