The Fringe of Squaredom is a collective of Canberra's finest jazz musicians founded by Rachael Thoms (vocals) and Tom Fell (saxophone). With years of combined industry experience, the Fringe of Squaredom pride themselves on their professionalism and can cater their performance to any event. Whether you're looking for sophisticated background jazz or an unforgettable showcase concert, visit the CONTACT page to enquire.  


Dr Rachael Thoms is highly accomplished in both jazz and classical performance and is currently the Jazz and Contemporary Voice lecturer at the ANU School of Music. She is the recipient of multiple awards and scholarships and has appeared as a soloist at many vice-regal and diplomatic concerts around Canberra. Rachael has studied with some of the world's leading voice experts in Australia and in Europe and has appeared onstage alongside George Benson, Vince Jones, Lior, Peter Cousins and the late Rob Guest (to name a few!). She is consistently in-demand and maintains a busy performing schedule in Canberra and beyond.

Tom Fell is a saxophonist with a passion for improvisation and contemporary music. He has been performing and teaching in Canberra for more than a decade and continues to be in-demand as a jazz artist. Tom has shared the stage with many Australian jazz luminaries and his versatility has seen him work with acts from rapper Citizen Kay to the Canberra Symphony Orchestra. Tom's performance credits include SoundOut Festival, The Australian Blues Music Festival, Floriade, The National Multicultural Festival and many other venues and events. Tom is currently saxophone tutor and conductor of jazz bands at Canberra Grammar School.

Rachael and Tom work with a small pool of highly-credentialed musicians from the Canberra jazz scene.