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Carey Chung - Chairperson

‘Music was my first love’ – as the song goes. My Mum reckons I came out singing and I’ve never stopped!


I have sung in choirs and rock bands from starting school and can never say enough about how much music and singing really does lift the spirit and the soul!


I joined Rock Choir at the very beginning and was one of the driving forces of our metamorphosis into Roc Vannin Choir, it now feels like my family! Music might have been my reason for joining this choir, but the lifelong friendships, the fun, the love and the laughter keep me here.


When not with Roc Vannin, I live in Onchan with my other family – Tilli and Kitt, both cats!

Julie McCutcheon -Vice Chairperson

I have been singing from an early age where I was introduced to the local eisteddfods by our Sunday School teacher. I then progressed to a ladies choir; their youngest member at the time; where we entered the Blackpool and Isle of Man Musical Festivals and entertained at many local social events. 


I took a break from singing due to family commitments up until 2013, when I answered an advert to join a Rock Choir.


Being in the choir and being part of the team makes me feel happy and helps me to forget any worries that I might have at that time.  I’ve made some lovely friends who are always there when you need them.  

Jenny Gordon - Treasurer

Bio to follow

Norma Storey - Secretary

I joined the choir about 5 years ago and have been Secretary for nearly three years.  I joined Roc Vannin because it was my kind of music.

I was in choirs during my younger days and sang all sorts of genres, classical, modern and enjoy most music.

Being in the choir is like having a different family; we are always there for each other also meeting different people and making new friends.

I may not be the best singer in the choir but I certainly enjoy our practice sessions and performances.

Helen Ashcroft -Social Secretary

​Recently elected to join the Committe in February 2020.  Bio to follow ....

Vicky Brown - Facebook and Website Editor

I used to sing back in my school days where I also studied music and played instruments.  When I left school my interest in music as a whole wained.

Since moving back to the Island with my family, I wanted to relight my love of music and after a couple of forays on the stage at The Gaiety, I realised that whilst I have a small ability to sing I cannot dance or act.  With this reflection, I then joined Roc Vannin with my sister (Helen) for moral support.  I didn't need the moral support everybody is so welcoming and friendly but Helen decided to stay anyway.

That was nearly two years ago now and I have never looked back :)

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