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The Yarra Valley Trio Classical, Swing, Irish and then some…you name it The Yarra Valley Trio can play it! This versatile threesome is delighted to take your favorite music and arrange it to make your wedding or any other occasion a special and unique experience. Of course we can provide you with all the classical favorites - Pachelbels Canon, Vivaldi Four Seasons and other Top 10 classical hits but we feel that everyone wants something a little different. Surprise your guests with a string trio playing the latest hits; romantic music of Cole Porter, Frank Sinatra or Harry Connick Jnr; Irish jigs and reels or even a touch of ACDC! The Yarra Valley Trio has a diverse career spanning gigs with the Australian Opera and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra to Paul Simon, Elton John and even the occasion of Daryl Somers wedding. As we all realize major events in our lives are often tied up with memories of a particular song or piece of music. Let that be reflected in the care in which you consider the music for your particular occasion.


Harpist Claire: A multi instrumentalist and honours graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Claire is a performer, conductor, teacher and composer.

While studying, she sang in QLD based vocal ensemble The Australian Voices (while under the direction of Stephen Leek). After graduating from the VCA majoring in horn, Claire pursued singing and playing the harp and developing her own sound in her arrangements and compositions.

Claire currently performs with the Melbourne Consort, and has various musical projects in motion, including various vocal ensembles and the occasional appearance with Melbourne brass quintet Shrewd Brass

Her passion for singing and playing is closely followed by conducting choirs and ensembles, with a particular penchant for anything a cappella.

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