Singing has always been the most prominent form of music in Lyndon’s
life. He began at the age of 8 with the title role in Britten’s “The Little
Sweep”; then came school choirs, folk singing, madrigal groups and University Choral
Societies and big oratorio choirs.
Lyndon has an Honours Music Degree in Singing (Performance). He was
involved in establishing the now State Opera, in which he performed small principal roles and chorus and sang in the acoustic tests and opening night of the Adelaide Festival Theatre.
Lyndon has sung in opera here and in the UK, Gilbert & Sullivan, as a guest soloist, in
a mixed cabaret quartet and founded the male a cappella octet Pure
Lyndon has been a singing teacher for over 40 years, and has either founded
or been guest coach/conductor of more than a dozen choirs/vocal
ensembles. He has completed in excess of 200 arrangements and
composed a small number of original choral pieces. If an appropriate arrangement
doesn’t exist, Lyndon loves the challenge of doing his own.