SuRie is a Singer-Songwriter, Actor, Composer and Musical Director and graduated from The Royal Academy of Music.

Across 3 albums, 1 EP and multiple singles, SuRie has amassed over 7 million sales, streams and downloads.

TV appearances include: The Graham Norton Show, This Morning, Celebrity Pointless, Celebrity Bargain Hunt, Saturday Kitchen and radio features such as Ken Bruce's Tracks of My Years on BBC Radio 2.

Theatre credits include: Originating the role of Eve in the London premiere of Arthur Miller’s Up From Paradise, Annie Get Your Gun, Little Women, Streets (as Musical Director), Another Way (as Musical Director), and The Last 5 Years, where SuRie is currently starring as Cathy Hiatt on the International Tour.

Alongside regular appearances in smaller concert venues SuRie has performed to arena crowds across the world. SuRie’s performance in Lisbon's Altice Arena was broadcast to 180 million worldwide when representing the UK at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. 

With a passion for truthful, musical storytelling and soundscapes, recent releases include Rye, inspired by the Robert Burns poem Comin’ Thro’ The Rye.  SuRie enjoys creating sonic worlds that are spun from texts penned by luminaries of British prose and poetry and moulding works into her own musical language. Collaborations include with spoken word artist Sara Hirsch (These Streets Do Not Belong To Us), photographer Suzie Larke (Unseen) and playwright Rekha John-Cheriyan (Empty). SuRie’s third studio album Building A Woman was released in May 2023, followed by a string of live dates across the UK, with new show Cover / Me.

SuRie was also awarded an Associateship to The Royal Academy of Music, an honour given for significant contributions to the music profession.

Josie Cowley is a highly trained Soprano who studied with teachers at Junior RNCM, RAM and GSMD, and is an acclaimed community choir conductor, having formed Herts and Soul Community Choir and The Harmonaires, which have collectively raised over £100,000 for local and national charities in the last 15 years.  Josie has taught classroom Music to children aged 3-18 for much of her career, and co-ordinates yearly choral festivals for children in Bishop’s Stortford which feature up to 1800 children singing in mass choirs over the festival week, as well as the annual adult choir festival which raises money for Isabel Hospice.  Josie is especially interested in the emotional connection of music; its power to communicate deep sentiment and powerfully convey a host of different messages, stories and feelings.

George is currently a Year 13 student and member of the Music Academy at Saffron Walden County High School.  George is a very proficient clarinet player, singer and is also learning to play the piano.  George is studying A Level Music and Music Technology at sixth form.  George is a member of the Senior Orchestra, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble and Show Choir at sixth form and enjoyed the Music Department's Tour to Strasbourg and the Black Forest in July 2023. 

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