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Linda Watts
Like so many famous names in music, Linda studied at the Guildhall School of Music in London. She went on to make her name in the field of popular classics, starring in BBC Radio 2's Friday Night Is Music Night and Melodies For You as well as singing in Gala Shows and Concerts with the BBC Concert Orchestra.   Her beautiful voice, encompassing both classical and light music, takes her worldwide from luxury liners cruising the Caribbean and South Pacific to Concert performances at the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Wigmore Hall and many Royal Galas. She has toured extensively appearing at many of the country's leading theatres and concert halls as well as broadcasting live on Classic FM singing with the Royal Military Bands.

Diana Vivian
Diana studied piano and violin at the Royal Academy of Music where she gained her degree. Preferring to sing, she continued her studies at the Guildhall School of Music where she was awarded the prestigious Principal's prize. She has had vast experience performing operatic roles with many of the leading companies in this country including the roles of Aida for Scottish Opera, Gutrune and Gerhilde in their award-winning production of Der Ring des Nibelungen and Leonora in Il Trovatore for Welsh National Opera. Her career has taken her worldwide touring the United States singing First Lady in the Magic Flute along with a highly successful series of concerts on the QE2 where she performed on their trans-Atlantic crossings.

Judith Buckle
During a wide and varied career ranging from early music to grand opera she has travelled extensively throughout UK Europe and the USA. After gaining her AGSM with distinction at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama she became a member of the BBC Singers, later joining the London Savoyards as their principal mezzo in Gilbert & Sullivan roles. Judith has appeared at The Royal Albert Hall and The Royal Festival Hall and was a finalist in both the NFMS Award and ISM Young Musician. With over twenty major roles to her credit her success is unquestionable. She is also increasingly in demand as a recitalist and has released a CD of Art Songs. She has recently been performing leading roles in Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro and Das Rheingold for the Classical Music Company.

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Claire Williamson
As both an accomplished pianist and violinist, Claire went on to study singing at Birmingham Conservatoire, where she gained a Bachelor of Music degree with first class honours.
Claire has a versatile and enticing lyrical voice. Her diversity as a singer encompasses many genres of music. She is much sought after as a soloist in operatic gala concerts and oratorio, having performed with many prominent societies across London and the South East.
Her engagements have included BBC Radio as well as singing at prestigious venues such as Ely Cathedral, Leeds Castle, The Royal Albert Hall and The Royal Festival Hall. In addition, Claire has performed in several master classes, most notably for Richard Rodney Bennett and Malcolm Martineau.
Carol Anne Wells
Carol Anne studied piano, singing and oboe at The Royal College of Music. An accomplished pianist and entertainer in both classical and light music, she has given recitals at London's South Bank, Wigmore and Barbican Halls and the Royal Albert Hall. She has also made several appearances on American, Italian and Romanian television as well as for the BBC and Classic FM. She was featured on BBC Radio's Womans' Hour for her highly praised spectacular musical fusion programme Rhapsody, Rock and Ragtime. Carol Anne's versatility leads her from the classical concert stage to performing as soloist, accompanist, and ensemble player and to creating her own arrangements in her one-woman show featuring her 'Screen Gems'.