Guest Conductor

Brett Weymark

Witness Brett Weymark lead festive favourite Messiah at Federation Concert Hall

Brett Weymark

Brett Weymark, Conductor

Brett Weymark is one of Australia’s foremost choral conductors. He is currently the Music Director of The Sydney Philharmonia Choirs - a post he has held since 2004 - and has conducted the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, The Orchestra of the Antipodes, and the Sydney, Melbourne, Tasmanian, Queensland and West Australian Symphony Orchestras.

He has conducted many world premieres of works by composers such as Peter Sculthorpe, Dan Walker, Paul Stanhope, Elena Kats Chernin, Andrew Schultz and Matthew Hindson.

Recent highlight performances include Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd (West Australian Opera), Paul Stanhope’s Jandamarra (SSO), Michael Tippett’s A Child Of Our Time (Adelaide Festival), Carousel (State Opera of South Australia), Handel’s Messiah for New Zealand Symphony, Purcell’s King Arthur for Brisbane Baroque, ANZAC Day concerts for the Queensland Symphony, Haydn’s Creation with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Bach’s St John Passion with the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Handel’s Jephtha and Susanna for Handel in the Theatre (Canberra) and acting as Chorus Master in Adelaide Festival’s production of Saul.