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About

The Three Chordettes

The Three Chordettes formed in May 2015 when asked to perform 1940s music for a murder mystery production in September 2015, their first public performances.

Since then, they have performed at the 100 Club and the War and Peace Revival with The Jive Aces, Duxford Imperial War Museum with the Galaxy Big Band and Barham Hall Picnic Concert with Essential Sounds big band to name a few.

Each member has an extensive background in music performance and dance to bring you the ultimate music entertainment.

 
Please scroll down to see the individual bios.    

Molly Scurrell is a professional singer and actress who recently graduated with a BA(Hons) in Musical Theatre but has been performing as a soloist and in ensembles for many years.  Molly's love of performing began as a small child, when she joined the junior chorus in her local pantomime productions.  Being part of the same amateur dramatics group, Molly and Sarah grew up in the chorus together and went on to take lead roles together - they have even been married on stage!  Molly has always loved everything vintage and treasures her early memories of singing wartime songs with her Grandad.  Molly successfully auditioned in the summer of 2016 and replaced Sarah Probert as one of The Three Chordettes in October 2016.  Molly is delighted to be a part of The Three Chordettes, has loved every minute so far and is looking forward to what the future brings.

 Sarah Hitchcock began singing in her local church choir, under the directorship of Geoff Walker, in 2000, before undertaking singing lessons from Susan Turner LSM a few years later. Sarah's voice rapidly developed into a Classical Coloratura Soprano; she began performing at wedding ceremonies and was also a member of various choirs, including Henley Chamber Choir and Ipswich Chamber Choir. After completing her Music A Level at 6th Form and Grade 8 singing with ABRSM, Sarah studied for her BA(Hons) degree in Music at the Colchester Institute from which she graduated in October 2013 with a 2:1.  Aside from consistently achieving high marks in performance examinations throughout university,

harmonies are what Sarah really excels at and, whilst studying for

her music degree, Sarah consistently achieved 1st class marks in her aural

examinations.  Sarah founded The Three Chordettes after being approached to

organise a group to perform Andrews Sisters' hits as part of a productions by Six 

Acre productions (www.sixacreproductions.co.uk).

 

Sarah is registered with a London-based vocal agency and regularly records 

remotely for the agency's projects. 


 

Tabitha Debenham

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