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SINGER - COMPOSER - PRODUCER - VOCAL COACH

"If you only knew how talented this guy is..." 

SEAL

 

ABOUT

Brydon Stace is widely recognised as one of Australia's most accomplished Vocalist's, Performers and Composers.

 

Having studied for a Bachelor of Music at Sydneys Conservatorium of Music majoring in Voice, Brydons early career saw him become one of Sydney's leading Session Singers and Live Vocalists. He continues to lend his vocal talents to countless commercials Including Coca Cola, KFC, McDonalds, Volkswagen, Solo, Mazda.....and the list goes on. Brydon has also appeared and been the Vocal Producer on numerous albums and singles for Artists such as Delta Goodrem, Lee Kernaghan, Troy Cassar Dailey, Kirk Pengilly and John Farris. 

 

These skills paved the way for him to appear in Musicals such as Grease The Arena Spectacular playing the role of Doody and being had picked by Sir Tim Rice to perform with INXS in the arena tour of The Tim Rice Concert Spectacular.

Brydon has performed as a soloist in concert halls around the country including the Sydney Opera House, The Princess Theatre in Melbourne, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Adelaide Festival Hall and Perth's Burswood Theatre. His live recreation and National Tour of Meatloaf's iconic album BAT OUT OF HELL, in which he was the Lead Singer and Vocal Director, prompted ArtsHub to review "Brydon Stace was the ‘ringmaster’, mesmerizing from the onset with his larger-than-life presence and almost evangelical grip on the audience".

Brydon has also headlined several sold out National Tours alongside Jeff Duff and Steve Balbi in

ZIGGY - The Songs Of David Bowie with the National Symphony Orchestra and The Canberra Symphony Orchestra and appearing at The Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

Brydon's expertise as a Vocal Coach saw him headhunted for the role of Vocal Director for the Channel 9 production of The Voice Australia, a position he has held since Season 1 in 2011. Brydon was then promoted to his current role as Director of Vocal and Music Production. In SEAL's own words "If you only knew how talented this guy is..." 

And Adrian Swift, Head of Content at Channel 9 and Network Executive writes "All I can say is that The Voice Australia would not be the success it is today without his involvement".

Brydon is also a Director of Music Production Company's HYPERACTIVE MUSIC and TRIANGLE SCREEN MUSIC which produce TV Themes, Underscore, Production Music, Albums and Jingles. He has lent his compositional skills to TV Blockbusters The Block, Lego Masters, The Voice, My Kitchen Rules and The Force.