Andy Rumble

Venus Voices Women's Choir' was created by renowned Musical Director, Andy Rumble.

It has its own distinctive sound due to the original arrangements that  are especially created for it. Andy has had a successful career in  British television and theatre for a little over 20 years.

When aged just 30 years old, he was personally chosen by Barry Manilow to score his musical 'Copacabana' in London's West End. From there, he went on to orchestrate many other shows including the smash hit, 'Summer Holiday'.

Andy's television credits include: "My Kind Of Music" with Michael Barrymore (3 years prime time television) "The Frank Skinner Show" for ITV which also had a successful three year run. The 'Royal Variety Show', 'Children in need', several Brian Conley specials and many more!

Andy has also orchestrated for Decca Records. Most recently, Andy was musical director for the West End production of "Rat Pack, Live at the sands' and '42nd Street' at The Curve, Leicester (2012)