Location: Brisbane and surrounds, QLD
Lucy Reeves has been playing the harp for over 30 years and enjoys a fascinating and varied life performing in concert halls around Australia for Symphony, Opera and Ballet and Orchestras. She enjoys teaching harpists of all levels; working with chamber groups giving house concerts; also playing at her local hospital to create a calming atmosphere for patients and staff.
As guest principal orchestral harpist, Lucy works most regularly with the Tasmanian and Queensland Symphony Orchestras. She has toured several times with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and has performed nationally with Opera Australia, AOBO, MSO, WASO and ASO, internationally with NZSO, as well as for visiting international companies including the Hamburg Philharmonic.
Lucy was born in the UK and trained as a Foundation Scholar at the Royal College of Music, London before emigrating to Australia in 2000 where she completed her Masters in Music Studies at QCGU.
Lucy also teaches the Alexander Technique and has been running a private practice in Brisbane since 2008. Playing music for so many years naturally led Lucy to explore the unity of body, mind and spirit; how thoughts and the state of our physical bodies can influence our souls ability to express freely. For more information please visit meanswhereby.com.au.