The Rock Choir HQ Team
The Rock Choir Team is made up of 30 full-time staff at HQ, Farnham Surrey along with over 80 Rock Choir Leaders who lead the choir rehearsals in their local communities.
The HQ Team is responsible for looking after both the Membership and the Team of Leaders across the UK as well as the day to day organisation of such a massive project such as Rock Choir. Organising over 2000 events each year along with booking hundreds of venues and responding to all membership queries and enquiries is a full-time commitment for the majority of the team.
In addition there is the planning and creation of all musical and educational resources for the Leaders and the Members, the legal communication with the music industry and the array of IT support that Rock Choir needs.
Each individual in the HQ Team loves the positive impact that Rock Choir and in turn their personal contribution, makes to the UK!
The team underpin the whole Rock Choir ‘operation’ ensuring that every Member-activity is a successful and exciting one.
The Rock Choir Leaders are unique and talented individuals who allocate their creative time between Rock Choir and other musical, educational and performance commitments of their own. Each Choir Leader is carefully chosen not only for their talent but also their personality and commitment.
The team of Leaders is spread out across the UK but very much feels and operates like a family as they support one another and work together to ensure they deliver the Rock Choir Experience whilst respecting the original ethos and culture.
There are currently over 80 Leaders running rehearsals and leading performances in their own local community each leading between 3 and 11 rehearsals a week.
The Leaders communicate daily with the HQ Team and the entire team comes together to support one another through the year.
The Leaders have the most contact with the Members but are part of a much bigger, hard-working and committed team.
⭐ MEET OUR DIRECTORS ⭐
Caroline Redman Lusher
Founder & Creator
“Captain Rock Choir”