Tenor Leighton H. G. Triplow is known for his beautifully polished and even sound, exquisite phrasing, vocal agility, and musical intelligence. He possesses a wealth of performance experience and a versatile repertory spanning Baroque to contemporary music. His voice is well-suited to corporate events, private functions, religious ceremonies and weddings.
Leighton completed his Bachelor of Music (Hons) degree with a high distinction aggregate and is currently studying a Doctor of Philosophy in performance and musicology at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne. His practice-led research explores the songs of Restoration composer Henry Purcell (1659–1695) within historical and modern frameworks.
As the awardee of numerous prestigious scholarships, including the Norman Macgeorge Travelling Scholarship, Jim Marks Postgraduate Scholarship, and Joyce McKenna Scholarship, Leighton frequently visits Europe for the benefit of his professional development. He has presented high profile concerts at the Handel House Museum, International Anthony Burgess Foundation, University of Birmingham, and Australian High Commission during these trips abroad.