ISG Administrator rocks in ITV documentary

RHULITV’s hit documentary “The Choir That Rocks” follows the biggest contemporary choir in Britain and their preparation for the biggest performance of their lives as they attempt to fill the 10,500-seat Wembley Arena. The Information Security Group is proud that its Administrator, Emma Mosley, is part of the Guildford Rock Choir. The final episode of the documentary airs tonight, Thursday 30th June 2011 at 9pm on ITV1.

Established in 2005, Rock Choir is the largest contemporary choir in the UK that provides up-beat and feel-good weekly singing sessions nationwide. Rock Choir has been described by the Daily Telegraph as a ‘Nationwide Phenomenon’ and the Daily Express as a “New musical movement sweeping the country” and is supported by the media and organisations across the UK for the feel good and uplifting ethos and life changing experiences that it offers.

Rock Choir captured the hearts of the music industry as the ‘people’s choir’ and was offered a four album record deal by Universal. Rock Choir Vol.1 was released in July 2010 and went straight to number 1 in the Amazon charts and entered the top 20 in the UK album charts. Rock Choir achieved a Guinness World Record as the Largest Musical Act to release an album (signed) and became the highest charting choir in history.

A special tie-in with the TV series has also been released on amazon, including a very special Live Wembley version of ‘Something Inside So Strong’ which Emma is part of the choir for. This can be downloaded here.


Emma and Rock Choir