Wednesday 5.30pm – 7.00pm (commencing 29 July 2020)
Timothy Sherlock is a composer, choral conductor and handbell director based in Brisbane. Having enjoyed a successful career in music education, Timothy focuses his creative energies on writing choral and handbell music, conducting a number of choral and handbell ensembles, presenting choral workshops and adjudicating at eisteddfodau and music competitions around Australia. In addition to being the ACU National Choir Coordinator and conductor of the ACU Brisbane Choir, Timothy also the Director of Choirs at QPAC. He also directs the Children’s Health Queensland Community Choir and the Handbell Ensemble at All Hallows’ School. From 2012 - 2015, Timothy was the co-director of the Gallipoli Choir, the official choir convened by the Australian Government for the annual ANZAC Day Dawn and Lone Pine services at Gallipoli, Turkey. He was the nominated Australasian massed-ringing conductor at the 17th International Handbell Symposium in Vancouver Canada in July 2016 and the 18th International Handbell Symposium in Cairns, Australia in August 2018.
Gregory Mayer is a graduate of the University of Queensland, having completed a Masters degree in organ performance I 1992, studying with Dr Robert Boughen. As a recipient of the Harmer Scholarship, he studied with David Sanger in England in 1995. Gregory has twice won the University’s Hugh Brandon Prize for organ performance and, as an accompanist, won the Margaret Nixon Prize. Gregory was Cathedral Organist at St Stephen’s Cathedral, Brisbane and Director of Music at Christ Church, St Lucia. Gregory has been the ACU Brisbane Choir accompanist since 1997.
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