Faith Watson is a national figure in the acapella world. She has been running her own company "Singing for Larks" since 1996 and her reputation as an inspirational workshop leader and a talented vocal arranger is firmly established. Along with Jules Gibb she was a member of Manchester's first women's acapella group, Strange Company, in the mid 80's and wrote, arranged and performed with them for over 10 years.
Jules Gibb has been working in close harmony with Faith for many years, in Strange Company and as co-founder/director of Manchester Community Choir. The two of them also formed the Natural Voice Network super group, "The Lindows", which toured to great acclaim for two years. Jules is a well-loved performer, arranger and composer, and her well-known song, "Nana was a Suffragette", is performed by acapella groups all over the world. Jules currently runs The Picturehouse Choir based at Manchester's iconic "Band on the Wall" live music venue and Golden Voices, a performing choir of senior citizens.
Katherine Watson comes from a classical and jazz background and is an accomplished instrumentalist. After working with Faith for some years, she decided to throw her considerable talents into acapella writing and performing. She is an exciting new talent in vocal jazz arranging.
Rose is a singer and workshop leader based in Manchester. She realised her love of acapella singing when she joined the women's community choir Body of Sound in 2001. This inspired her to make singing the main focus of her career and she has gone on to work with a wide variety of groups, both performing and leading workshops. She currently works in music education, trying to inject some singing magic back into children's lives. She sings with the Sheffield based trio The Top Shelalas and works with various community choirs in Greater Manchester and Lancashire.