Fergus was a chorister with the choir of Kings College Cambridge. In 2004 he won a music scholarship to Eton College. He sang treble in the close harmony group "The Incognitos". He also plays the Cello.
On some sites his name is wrongly given as Fergus Thirwell.
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King's College Choir, CambridgeFergus Thirlwell The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge is internationally renowned for its service of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, broadcast live from King’s College Chapel all around the world each year on television and radio on Christmas Eve. Together under the direction of Stephen Cleobury, the Choir has made several recordings of carols with EMI Classics celebrating this custom. The Choir has now recorded a new disc of contemporary Christmas carols commissioned especially for them, entitled On Christmas Day, which is to be released in September 2005.
King's College Choir, CambridgeSam LandmanFergus Thirlwell Following their phenomenally successful recording of John Rutter’s Requiem, King’s College Choir and Stephen Cleobury, return to Rutter’s music with the release of his settings of the Gloria, Magnificat and Psalm 150, in collaboration with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Beale, Fergus Thirlwell and Sam Landman, trebles.