Secretary & Music Librarian
Kathryn sang for many years as a child with the church choir. She progressed to a folk group in secondary school (all paisley frocks and guitars) and then performed some Gilbert &Sullivan (with flowing locks and frilly dresses). She later sang with Portsmouth Choral Union before joining Spinnaker Chorus on a Come & Sing course. Kathryn came along on her own but found the group really friendly. She originally joined the bass to avoid too many scary high notes! After a time with London City Singers, performing in many wonderful venues, Kathryn returned to Spinnaker. When the Chorus learnt Ain’t No Mountain she was instantly converted to joining the Baritones. Singing Motown had, it transpires, always been her ambition.
Tracey started singing in the school choir when she was 12 and hasn’t stopped since – she’s sung in some impressive places including The Savoy, the Ritz and the Café Royal in London.
She came along for the Spinnaker Advent a Capella programme in 2018 and describes herself as “dumbstruck” by the amazing sound of the Chorus. She caught the bug and became a Spinnakerette and enjoys singing with a bunch of fantastic, uplifting and slightly irreverent women! Her favourite repertoire song is One Day Like This by Elbow.
When she’s not singing Tracey enjoys time with her son, meeting friends, gardening, studying genealogy and running her local Neighbourhood watch. In 2012 she was proud to be a GamesMaker volunteer for the London Olympics.
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