James Dixon studied Organ and Choral Conducting in Sydney, Australia, and has worked with various ensembles across a wide range
of repertoire from Gregorian chant and Renaissance polyphony to contemporary pop, rock, gospel and jazz, in Australia and the UK.
James is the founder and director of the Chorus Peregrinus Ensemble, Sydney, which has performed in a number of high-profile venues,
and before he left Australia he was Assistant Director of Music at St Patrick's Cathedral, Parramatta, and a school music teacher.
He moved to London to undertake studies at the Royal Academy of Music under Patrick Russill. He is now the Director of Music at St
Francis of Assisi, Notting Hill works with Peterborough - Take Note, and the Friends' Musick chamber choir and teaches music as part
of the Southwark Music Service Schools Partnership Programme.
He is in demand as a conductor, choral singer, accompanist and educator
in the UK and Australia.
James started working with Brighton Consort in September 2016.