Camilla Kerslake is an English classical crossover singer from London who was the first signing to Gary Barlow’s record label. She released her debut album on 23 November 2009 in the UK. In 2008, after years of auditioning, Kerslake won a place in an all-girl pop group. She was initially selected, but was let go soon afterwards owing to their feeling that, at age twenty, she was too old. Motivated to try harder, she started performing in pubs and working men’s clubs as well as in an ABBA tribute band to finance her own classical singing lessons. In early 2009, Kerslake learned of a studio where Gary Barlow was recording. She submitted her demo CD “every day for six weeks” until Barlow finally listened to it. As he was instantly impressed, Kerslake promptly became Barlow’s first signing under his new label, Future Records.
Backing Tracks – Cavatina … She Moved Through The Fair