4 September 1993 |
Caringbah, New South Wales, Australia
Mark Vincent (born 4 September 1993 in Caringbah, New South Wales) is an Australian tenor. Vincent won the third season of Australia's Got Talent in 2009 and signed with Sony Music Australia immediately after. As of 2017, Vincent has released seven studio albums and one best of. Vincent is managed by Ralph Carr Management.
In February 2009, Vincent appeared on the third season of Australia's Got Talent singing "Nessun Dorma". On 22 April 2009, Vincent was declare the winner and immediately signed with Sony Music Australia. Vincent released his debut studio album, My Dream – Mio Visione in July 2009. The album peaked at number 2 on the ARIA Charts and was certified platinum. In 2010, Vincent released Compass which peaked at number 5 and The Great Tenor Songbook which peaked at number 18.
In 2011, Vincent released his fourth album, Songs from the Heart which peaked at number 10. In 2013, Vincent released The Quartet Sessions, followed by Best So Far in April 2014. In 2014, Vincent made his music theatre debut in the highly acclaimed Australian production of Dirty Dancing, which played 130 shows around the country.
Vincent's sixth studio album was a collaborative released with Marina Prior in 2016. The album debuted at number 5. Vincent and Prior toured the album. Vincent performed at Carols in the Domain in Sydney for the eighth consecutive year on 18 December 2016.
His main inspiration is his late grandfather, Bruno, who raised him in Sydney and taught him how to sing.
Vincent attended school at De La Salle College Caringbah and De La Salle College in Cronulla. He hopes to study at the Milan Conservatory, the leading musical institution in Italy where Giacomo Puccini studied.
Vincent is currently engaged and is a committed supporter of the charity Save Our Sons, who fight Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
|Year||Album title||ARIA peak||Certification|
|2009||My Dream – Mio Visione||2||AUS: Platinum|
|The Great Tenor Songbook||18||AUS: Gold|
|2011||Songs from the Heart||10|
|2013||The Quartet Sessions||16|
|2014||Best So Far||15|
(with Marina Prior)
|2017||A Tribute to Mario Lanza||3|
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