Trish-Delaney-Brown

Trish Delaney-Brown

TRISH DELANEY-BROWN is a graduate of the ANU’s School of Music Jazz Dept (1995) , Trish has been singing professionally since late 1991 in Australia and overseas. She was a founding member and soprano (1993-­‐2008) of the internationally acclaimed a cappella quartet The Idea Of North; & is an award winning songwriter and arranger.

With the birth of her first child in 2007 Trish found her focus shifting from performance to music education. As a Certified Master Teacher of the Estill Voice Model, the study that she had done initially to benefit her own performance has become an invaluable tool when helping other vocalists understand and improve their vocal performance.

Along with ongoing performances – regular gigs include the Sonic Mayhem Orchestra, the James Valentine Quartet, the Cam McAllister sextet – and her private teaching studio in Sydney’s inner west, Trish is also a sessional staff member of the Contemporary Dept at the Australian Institute of Music.