March 2012 – Melbourne, PHILHARMONIA AUSTRALIA & Olivia Newton-John


50 PHILHARMONIA AUSTRALIA musicians perform under the title of The Melbourne Pops Orchestra with Olivia Newton-John at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre. The concerts are a great success and Musical Director Rick King takes some lovely shots of the orchestra in action. The musicians have a great time and can’t resist singing along!



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HARP (Sydney).

Recently relocating to Sydney, LONI has performed as a casual member of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra since 2014.

Alongside her orchestral career she has enjoyed many years of performing at a range of events which include weddings, corporate functions, ceremonies and symposiums.

LONI has toured Europe and China and was recently invited to be a guest performer with Orchestra Victoria for Opera Australia’s production of Richard Wagner’s ‘The Ring Cycle’.

Multitalented, she is also a singer and is available to perform solo unaccompanied Harp or to play Harp whilst singing. LONI’s repertoire ranges from light classical through to folk and pop.

Professional, elegant and immaculately presented, LONI is an ideal choice for an upmarket event.

Sydney based – Available throughout Australia and also internationally.




HARP (Sydney).

LUCY’s orchestral career has seen her perform as part of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, the Sydney Sinfonia and the Australian World Orchestra.

She is comfortable in a range of musical genres having performed with Delta Gooodrem, Olivia Newton-John, Ronan Keating, Kate Ceberano, Yothu Yindi, David Campbell and Scarlett Belle.

At home in front of the camera, LUCY has appeared on “The Voice Australia” and “The X Factor”.

Both LUCY’s playing and her presentation are refined and elegant.

Sydney based – Available throughout Australia and also internationally.