Trish Delaney-Brown

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Patricia "Trish" Louise Delaney-Brown [1] is an Australian singer and songwriter.

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Career

She sang soprano with The Idea of North, an a cappella quartet which she co-founded, until 2007. In 2011 she contributed soprano vocals for world music album, Beyond Bridges, by Azadoota. [2] She has dabbled in many different styles of music, including music theatre, opera, cabaret, jazz ensembles, big bands and a cappella. Mostly though, she works in jazz. She now works at the Conservatorium of Music in Wollongong as Head of Vocals after taking a break to focus on family.

Accolades

In 2003, she was given the 'Songwriter of the Year Award' by the Australian Songwriters Association. [3] Her long running vocal group 'The Idea of North' also won an ARIA.

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