The Be At One Band has raised £2000 for Help Musicians UK. The group has been touring the UK performing at a number of Be At One bars, raising money for the charity.
Following an online call for singers on the Be At One website to find the very best talent, the Be At One Band was formed and then rehearsed with trained choreographers and a sound coach ahead of its UK tour.
From Don’t Stop Believing to Sister Act, the choir has performed in the following locations: Be At One Hammersmith, Be At One Birmingham and Be At One Liverpool.
Suzanne Baker, Commercial Director of Stonegate Pub Company, said: “It is fantastic that the Be At One Band has fundraised so much for Help Musicians UK and they have had fun along the way. It is such a wonderful cause and it has been great to showcase the amazing talent of some of our customers.”
Belinda Dee, Director of Fundraising of Help Musicians, said: “We at Help Musicians would like to thank Be At One and everyone involved in the choir for donating their time to fundraise and for making this very generous donation, which will allow us to continue doing our vital work for musicians in need.
“For almost a hundred years, Help Musicians has been providing a broad spectrum of help, support and opportunities to empower musicians of all ages, genres and at any stage of their career, from times of great need to times of opportunity. We appreciate that the nature of a musician’s life can be precarious, with many complex challenges that can leave them uniquely vulnerable. 2018 saw a larger than ever demand for our services across both creative development and health and welfare and thanks to the generous support of donations, we can continue to make a meaningful difference to the lives of musicians.”