Paul’s deep tones are a rare and essential part of our ensemble bringing a depth, volume and strength upon which all voices can confidently balance.
Being one of the higher male voices of the ensemble Zak, like the sopranos, is capable of delivering thrilling high notes with a brilliant, shining timbre.
Luke refuses to buy into the argument that the baritone may be considered the ‘most common’ of all voice types.
As a dramatic soprano, Morgan’s tone is lush and provides a fuller, heavier texture and balance to the soprano line-up.
Kristian’s baritone provides a wide range of vocal timbres placed between that of the tenor and bass.
The term ‘soprano’ derives from the Italian word ‘sopra’ meaning ‘above’ and Lauren’s soprano voice provides a superb luminescence and a most flexible sound to the ensemble.
Caitlin possesses a tone so deep that she offers our baritones a run for their money.
Ella’s virtuosity is characterised by her impressive range.
The name mezzo-soprano is derived from the Italian prefix ‘mezzo’ meaning ‘half’.
Aarya sings a clear, yet spicy tenor in the ensemble.