Warren Trevelyan-Jones is regarded as one of the leading choral conductors and choir trainers in Australia, and was appointed Chorus Director of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in September 2017. He is also Head of Music at St James’, King Street, Sydney, a position he has held since relocating to Australia in 2008. Under his leadership, The Choir of St James’ has gained a high-profile international reputation through its regular choral services, orchestral masses, concert series and a regular program of recording and both interstate and international touring. The Choir has recently performed at official ANZAC services in both Westminster Abbey and Gallipoli, and has collaborated with Paul McCreesh, David Hill, The King’s Singers and The Hilliard Ensemble, and is well-known for its commissioning of new works.
Warren Trevelyan-Jones has had an extensive singing career as a soloist and ensemble singer in Europe, including nine years in the Choir of Westminster Abbey and regular work with the Gabrieli Consort, Collegium Vocale (Ghent), the Taverner Consort, The Kings Consort, Dunedin Consort, The Sixteen and the Tallis Scholars. He has appeared on more than 60 CD recordings, numerous television and radio broadcasts, and in many of the world’s leading music festivals and concert halls.
Warren Trevelyan-Jones is a co-founder of The Consort of Melbourne and, in 2001 with Dr Michael Noone, founded the Gramophone award-winning group Ensemble Plus Ultra. He is also an experienced singing teacher and qualified music therapist.