(English) Chanteuse Chamber Choir

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Chanteuse Chamber Choir was formed in 2008 by their conductor Sue Brereton-Banks. Members come from all over the Midlands and repertoire is varied in style and period. Their achievements to date include performing at the International FIMU Festival in Belfort, France 2015.

They won first in the Single Voice category at the International Choral Festival of Wales 2018 and finalist in the Choir of Choirs competition for the prestigious Karl Jenkins Trophy. Also, they won first in the Ladies Voice category, first in the Ensemble category and Winners of the Douglas Borough Council`s Trophy for the most entertaining choir at the Isle of Man Festival of Choirs 2017. Second in the Ladies Class at the North Wales Choral Festival 2017.

They won second-place in the Female Choir category at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod 2016. Sue Brereton-Banks read music at Birmingham University with Professor Ivor Keys and John Joubert. As well as conducting Chanteuse Chamber Choir, she is also Musical Director of Seighford Singers.