Vicki Larnach
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Vicki Larnach

Killara, New South Wales, Australia | SELF

Killara, New South Wales, Australia | SELF
Band Comedy Adult Contemporary


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"A superb example of ambient music and it’s Aussie."

It gave me a buzz recently when I played tracks from Lumia, by Vicki Larnach, back to back with Brian Eno and Harold Budd. - Peter Roach Community Public Broadcast Radio 3CCC-FM Bendigo

"Vicki Larnach is a hypnotist/magician."

God took her aside before she was born and said: 'Vicki I am going to give you a special gift. It's the ability to create magnetic sounds. These sounds will stick to peoples' brains like magnets to fridge doors.’ - Leonard Lee Solar Shop Adelaide


Lumia The Art Of Changing Light (Solo Instrumental Album 1989)
Gardens In The Snow (Solo Piano Album 1992)
Leave It To Us (Children's Environmental Songs Album 1993)
Solar & Wear A Hat (Songs in ABC SING 1999)
Recycle (ABC SING 1999)
Relax (Compilation 2003)
Knock Knock (Short film sound track 2003)
Why Women Weep (Orchestrated book on tape 2004)
Levitate (Solo Instrumental Album 2005)
Open Eyed Meditation (Soundtrack 2006)
We're Doing Kyoto Anyway (Single 2007)



Vicki Larnach's first taste of show business was at age 4, playing made up tunes on her toy grand piano, in her front yard at famous Bondi Beach, entertaining the passers by. Vicki studied classical piano, played church organ, accompanied ballet classes, then heard Jimi Hendrix!
After finishing teacher's college, new Fender Rhodes piano in the back of a station wagon she headed up north to jam with the musicians in the hills of Byron Bay. Vicki taught Primary School for a few years, then studied Jazz at Sydney Conservatorium of Music under Julie Spithill, Mike Bukovsky and the late, great Roger Frampton.
She gigged around Sydney and NSW with a new wave/rock trio, as keyboard and keyboard bass player and played solo piano and keyboard for pantomimes and dance classes, the usual weddings, parties, restaurants etc and basked at the Sydney Opera House boardwalk, Darling Harbour, and in shopping malls.

Always ready for adventure, Vicki found herself in South America, as a rock chic touring with actress/ singer Maria Conchita Alonso and with her own band, Celestial, playing originals and David Bowie covers, doing gigs like the Caracas Poliedro. She played sessions and for theatre workshops, taught music for children at the Conservatorium of Music for the Philharmoinic Orchestra, Caracas and was musical director of a production of The Rocky Horror Show.
Back in Australia Vicki recorded her first solo albums Lumia, Gardens In The Snow and Leave It To Us. As an Early Childhood Music Specialist, she continued to teach music to children and teachers and also continued teaching piano which she had done from the age of 15.
She studied music production at the Australian Film and Television School in association with the Roland Corporation. She composed, orchestrated and read the autobiography of Marie Gai Oberlander (10 CDs).
Vicki Larnach released her 4th solo album, Levitate, and continue to produce music and songs for websites, ads, film etc She is a member of an international group called The Merchants Of Kaos,
writing dance music over the internet, as Lady V.
Her environmental songs for kids have been used widely throughout Australia, through the ABC SING school publications and in 2007 she released a song (sung by Clive Pierre) and video entitled "We're Doing Kyoto Anyway" which appears on Youtube
and Live Earth Msn site. Vicki is currently writing an original musical for theatre and her song Solar will soon be used for a national solar company ad campaign, Solaris. She is a producer on the Revostock site
Vicki Larnach's music can be purchased worldwide on iTunes, CD Baby, and through her website