About TOV:

Australian tenor Paul Bentley-Angell is in increasing demand as a concert soloist and consort singer throughout the UK and Europe, and has performed with a number of the world's leading choirs and ensembles.

Paul is a member of Grammy Award Winning Danish ensemble Ars Nova Copenhagen (DK) directed by Paul Hillier; the group specialises in both Renaissance and Contemporary music. Paul is also a member of UK based group Siglo de Oro and can be found singing with the multi-award winning Theatre of Voices (DK), Huelgas Ensemble (BE) as well as Collegium Vocale Gent (BE), Polyphony (UK), The Gabrieli Consort (UK), Voces Academy (DK / UK), Chamber Choir Ireland (IE), The Musicall Compass (UK), Ex Cathedra (UK), BBC Singers (UK), Musica Ficta (DK) and La Grande Chapelle (ES). Paul is a founding member of The Consort of Melbourne (AU) and of London-based madrigal group Convictus (UK).

Paul served as a lay-clerk at Winchester Cathedral in the south of England for 2 years, and sings periodically at Westminster Abbey, St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Cathedral, St James' Sussex Gardens, The London Oratory, St Paul's Knightbridge, St Margaret's Westminster and Chichester Cathedral.

Paul has extensive training in many aspects of vocal performance, particularly in the area of early music, having studied with some of the world's leading experts and musicians in their repective fields, including Anthony Rooley, Jeremy Summerly, Evelyn Tubb, Nicholas Clapton, Greg Dikmans, Ruth Wilkinson, Emma Kirby, Jessica Cash, Robert Hollingworth, Gary Ekkel, Miriam Morris and Vivien Hamilton. Paul graduated with first-class honours from the University of Melbourne in 2008, and at Schola Cantorum in Basel, Switzerland in 2010 he specialised in Advanced Vocal Ensemble Studies (AVES) under the direction of renowned musician and director Anthony Rooley (lutenist & director Consort of Musicke), taking a place in the Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) program.

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