Music Staff at St Mary’s Cathedral
Thomas Wilson is the Director of Music at St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney. He grew up in New Zealand before studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London; he went on to work at Ealing Abbey and Westminster Cathedral. He has been at St Mary’s Cathedral since 2010. Read more about Thomas here.
Simon Niemiński is the Assistant Director of Music at St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney. Before moving to Sydney, he was Organist of St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral and Director of Music at The Robin Chapel in Edinburgh. As an organ recitalist, he has played at venues all around the world. Read more about Simon here.
Hannah McCarthy has been Music Administrator at St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, since 2014. She grew up in Adelaide, studied at the University of South Australia, and spent a year abroad in San Diego. After living and working in England, she returned to Australia to live in Sydney. Hannah is responsible for co-ordinating the delivery of the music at St Mary’s Cathedral. She has overall responsibility for the welfare of the boy Choristers.
Titus Grenyer is the Assistant Organist at St Mary’s Cathedral, and Organist at St Andrew’s College within the University of Sydney. In 2013, he was awarded the inaugural IMB Roger Soden Organ Scholarship at Wollongong Conservatorium. In 2016, he began a Bachelor of Performance at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in Organ Studies, was appointed as Organ Scholar at St James’, King Street, and was awarded an Organ LMusA with distinction. Since that time, he has performed in numerous venues in Australia and abroad, including both solo recitals and choral accompaniment.
Titus is currently midway through a research Honours programme, where he is researching the musical life of Douglas Mawson’s Australasian Antarctic Expedition (1911-14). Whilst an organist by trade, Titus’ musical interests are eclectic, including a love of British light music, Renaissance polyphony and Balinese gamelan.