Old Boy Connor Carlos (2018) attended Churchie from grades 4 to 7 on a music scholarship and was St Johns Cathedral’s prized chorister during this time. Connor’s fascination for sound was evident at a very young age, when as a young boy he would sit in his room building Lego while humming the soundtrack of whatever movie he had just seen. Now a singer, songwriter, music composer and talented visual artist, Connor has already composed more than 15 original songs, which includes two albums and two singles. At the age of 11 he released his first album titled Chorister Classics and more recently a pop and funk album Better Tomorrow.
Currently in Year 12 at Brisbane State High School, Connor has completed his Level 8 singing exams at Trinity College of London and will audition at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University in Jazz and Contemporary Voice. He was recently a finalist at Creative Generation Voices 2018 which featured a special performance by fellow Old Boy and world-renowned beat boxer Tom Horn (2002), aka Tom Thum. In July, Connor will be performing as a soloist and featured vocalist at Creative Generation State Schools on Stage.
We wish Connor every success in his burgeoning career.