About

Alex has amassed considerable experience as both chorister and soloist across jazz, sacred, classical and pop genres with leading ensembles throughout Australia. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Music and Arts in Jazz Voice and Linguistics at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

In 2004 Alex joined Gondwana Voices, with whom she has toured domestically and internationally to Canada, England, Wales, and France several times; recorded 2 CDs of Australian choral music and performed at several premier events, including the BBC Proms over the next eleven years. Since relocating to Sydney in 2012, Alex has been a member of the Choir of St. James King Street, Sydney Chamber Choir, Sydney Philharmonic Choirs, and Sydney Conservatorium Chamber Choir. In 2013 she recorded a CD of Brahm’s Requiem with the Choir of St. James King Street and in 2014 toured with them to Singapore to perform in the international sacred music festival, Tapestry.

In 2011, while living in London, Alex sang regularly with the Choir of Southwark Cathedral. That year she was awarded a scholarship to study with Dame Emma Kirkby at the Dartington International Summer School, where she also sung with madrigal group Arcangelo. During her time in London, Alex studied jazz voice and improvisation under Brigitte Beraha and Lewis Riley.

Alex has appeared as a guest artist with Cantillation, The Consort of Melbourne, the Choir of St. Mary’s Cathedral and Vocal Australia Singers. She has also performed and recorded with contemporary singer Bobby Fox at the annual Light the Night benefit concert, and various groups including the Liz Hughes Band, The Gold Project and her own jazz quartet, the Alex Siegers Quartet. In 2012 she founded her own acapella ensemble The Sexy Pitches who have since performed around Sydney and were Finalists in Vocal Australia’s NSW State Final Acappella competition.

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