SWELL VOX is a small ensemble of musicians from Albury, NSW, Australia. They primarily focus on repertoire featuring the organ, piano and voices, including both sacred and secular music. Their goal is to provide high quality music and anecdotal entertainment, primarily in the online music space.
An organist, pianist and accompanist, James holds Licentiate and Associate diplomas in organ and piano performance from the Trinity College London and the Australian Music Examinations Board. In 2020, James received the Governor-General of Australia Medal for his services to music. An active church musician, recitalist and YouTuber, James hopes that the organ will be a treasured instrument for many more generations to come.
Andrew is a school teacher by profession who is always willing to give new things a try. He learnt to play the piano at an early age but found his love of singing a little later in life. Andrew considers himself blessed to have sung with many choirs and groups including St. Patrick’s Schola Cantorum, St. Matthew’s Parish Choir, Murray Conservatorium Consort and Lux Alba in Albury, as well as Artes Christi in Sydney. One of his most precious experiences in music was seeing the pure joy in his then Primary Aged Choir, after taking out first place at the local Eisteddfod. Andrew and his family reside in Albury.
David is a third year student at the University of Melbourne. He is a member of the prestigious Trinity College Choir, Melbourne, and recently returned from an overseas tour. David has achieved Grade 7 AMEB in piano performance and is a versatile singer and performer—notably playing the lead role in a local Legally Blonde production and starring in Livid's Les Miserables.
Anthony ('Tony') is a second year student at the University of Melbourne. Like his brother, he is also a member of the prestigious Trinity College Choir, Melbourne. He loves to play the guitar, piano, sing and perform. Anthony has achieved Grade 6 AMEB in piano performance and also starred in local productions Legally Blonde, Les Miserables and the lead role in Fame.
Thomas completed his HSC in 2020 at the Trinity Anglican College, Albury-Wodonga. He is an accomplished pianist and has achieved his Certificate of Performance from the AMEB. Thomas was invited to play at Young Organists Day, at the Sydney Town Hall, in 2018 after his performance at the respective Sydney Organ Competition.
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