Laura-Nicole Gibson
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Laura-Nicole Gibson

Samford Valley, Queensland, Australia

Samford Valley, Queensland, Australia
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"Blow Your Horn Blue Fish"

Brisbane-based freelance French hornist is about to embark on her third show with Blue Fish Theatrical since its premiere in 2010.

Laura-Nicole is no stranger to Brisbane’s theatre culture, performing in companies including Harvest Rain Theatrical, Ignatians and Savoyards. Playing for Julie Whiting in her productions has been the first time she has been challenged as a musician.

“This definitely feels like home and everyone is just part of a large extended family,” Laura-Nicole said. “Monty Python’s Spamalot was a big wake-up call for a lot of Brisbane’s theatre companies and made them realise there really is a lot of talent they are over-seeing in their musicians.”

Laura-Nicole, 24, studied at the Queensland Conservatorium and has worked in some of Queensland’s best orchestras, but musicals are definitely her passion.

“I’m really looking forward to Guys and Dolls and seeing what I can learn from this style of show I haven’t experienced yet.”

Guys and Dolls opens at the Schonell Theatre July 2011 and concludes August 6th. Tickets are available through Ticketek.

- Blue Fish Theatrical


Blue Fish Theatrical
Ignatians Musical Society
Harvest Rain
Queensland Musical Theatre

The Queensland Orchestra
Northern Rivers Symphony Orchstra/Gold Coast Pops
Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra
Queensland Philanthropic Orchestra
St Lucia Symphony Orchestra



Laura-Nicole Gibson

Welsh born Laura-Nicole studied French horn at the
Queensland Conservatorium under Ysolt Clarke and
Peter Luff.

Laura-Nicole is a Brisbane-based freelance musician and
teacher and is currently completing a Diploma of Music
Business at the South Bank Institute of Technology. Laura-Nicole plays for both professional and amateur ensembles and musical theatre companies.

Whilst in high school Laura-Nicole was a member of the Queensland Youth Orchestra ensembles and Young Conservatorium ensembles. Since graduating from school she has gone on to perform with the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra, Queensland Philanthropic Orchestra, Gold Coast Pops Orchestra (Northern Rivers Symphony Orchestra) and Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

Laura-Nicole has a passion for “pit-work” performing in shows such as “Sound of Music”, “Cats”, “Witches of Eastwick”, “Monty Python’s Spamalot”, “Paris: A Rock Opera”, “Beauty and the Beast”, “Wizard of Oz”, “My Fair Lady” and “Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical”.

Laura-Nicole has a keen interest in music management, administration and production. She has been a co-ordinator at the International Horn Society’s 2010 Brisbane Horn Symposium and a conductor’s assistant at the Young Conservatorium’s State Honours Program.