Three dynamic voices!
Meet the ladies that have dedicated their lives to creating beautiful harmonies.
Josephine formed The Bchir Sisters in 2017 to showcase her love, passion, and respect for 1940s fashion, music, vocal harmony, and family connections to Military forces. She has twenty years of professional entertainment experience. Training for three years at Italia Conti Academy Of Theatre Arts, Graduating in 2009 with a National Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre. Other qualifications include Makeup Artistry. Her credits include: Velvet Monkey (acoustic duo) for Thompson TUI -The Show Team, Songs Of Praise, The Brit Awards, Soul Commitments, The Flower Power Band, Exeter Squash Club Valentines Ball, From The Heart European Gospel choir tour, A Kickline Theatre Company- The Swan, Crealy Great Adventure Park Hallowean actor/Crealy witch, Abba Angels, and performances at The Bike Shed Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Plymouth Pavillions, Landor Theatre & Wimbledon Theatre. Josephine was also a member of the Royal British Legion Marching Band as a child. Among many performances for charities, weddings and private events. She loves charity shopping, mint chocolate chip ice-cream and can play the cornet.
Emma Ramm is an established vocalist with 16 years of performing experience. History includes playing lead roles in local panto, being part of a acoustic duo, being a member of the loose cannons - a 13 piece wedding and functions band and playing as part of other wedding and function bands. She loves performing, Marmite and spending time with her two little girls.
Raised in the small town of Bradninch, Devon, Steph spent most of her young life singing and taking part in local amateur dramatic performances. Her influences are her Grandfather, Billie Holiday, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee and Melody Gardot. When leaving college in 2000, Steph’s aspirations for a career in music took a slightly different turn and she studied at Plymouth university to become a qualified nurse. However, nine years later Steph decided to return to the music industry. Having to start from scratch, She had regular vocal coaching sessions and started to work along side many local bands, including various musicians as a session singer. In 2014 Steph entered a music competition, which led to her performing at the Corn Exchange in Exeter, then in the semi finals at Ferneham Hall, Fareham. In 2017 Steph came across the advert for the Bchir’s sisters vocal harmony trio, which ticked every box. The rest is history! Steph loves to spend time with her family, and chickens.