George Lowe is a vocal student at the Royal Northern College of Music. Their love of vocal music originated from their time in the Hallé Children's Choir, performing from the age of 9 on stages such as the Bridgewater Hall. After this, George sang with other renowned ensembles, including the City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus and the BBC Proms Youth Chorus. They made their way through the Hallé family of choirs, even helping out with administrative work, eventually becoming a bass in the critically acclaimed Hallé Choir. They have performed a variety of repertoire including Elgar's 'The Dream of Gerontius’, and as a child in Mahler's 8th symphony, however it has often been the smaller more personal pieces that have resonated with them.
George is currently studying in their third year at the Royal Northern College of Music and they're very interested in getting to know the world of Opera and solo work, however vocal ensemble music has always been their passion, bringing them to the Apex Singers. It was during their time with the Hallé when they met Ollie Lambert, and were captivated by the idea of this 8-part a cappella ensemble