Since her debut on the Corporate stage at 9 years of age Harmony has made many appearances at corporate, charity and private events all over Australia. At the invitation of the Department of Education Arts Unit, Harmony is grateful for the opportunity to have performed solos at such prestigious venues as the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House and Parliament House. She is a recurrent featured artist in Schools Spectacular.
Harmony is extremely proud of her association with Empire Touring who invited her to perform in ‘Dueting it for the Kids’ 2010, ‘DUETS’ 2012 and ‘A Night at the Rock Opera’ 2013. The only child to appear in these fundraisers for the Australian Children’s Music Foundation and YWCA ‘Brothers & Sisters’ Program, Harmony was honoured to appear next to a line up of Australian legends of music theatre, rock n roll, opera and contemporary music. At ‘A Night at the Rock Opera’ 2014, Harmony performed a duet with winner of Australia’s Got Talent, Jack Vidgen.
Harmony is a proud member of the prestigious NSW Talent Development Project which develops the talents and careers of young Australian performers and song writers, through working with the entertainment community and providing unique industry experience.
Below are a few highlights out of Harmony’s career.
School Spectacular (2011-2016)
Harmony is privileged to have appeared as a featured artist in The NSW Schools Spectacular since 2011. In 2014 she was honoured to be mentored by and perform with Anya Nissen – winner of The Voice 2014. In 2016, she appeared on Channel 7’s ‘The Morning Show’ to perform ‘Defying Gravity’ from Wicked on promote the show.
Watch Harmony perform ‘Defying Gravity‘ on Channel 7’s The Morning Show
‘Grizabella’ in Cats (2016)
In January 2016 Harmony played the leading role of ‘Grizabella’ in Cats, produced by Packemin Youth, Packmen Productions.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat (2015)
In 2015 Harmony played the role of ‘The Narrator’ in Joseph and the Amazing Technicoloured Dreamcoat, produced by Packemin Youth, Packemin Productions and directed by Neil Gooding.
The Voice Kids (2014)
In 2014 Harmony became a proud member of ‘Team Delta’ making it to the final 5 in her team and the final 15 in Australia’s inaugural series of The Voice Kids on the Nine Network.
Harmony has been inspired by Delta Goodrem since she was very young so it was with great excitement that when she sang her blind audition on Australia’s first ever series of The Voice Kids – that she turned all three chairs and was able to choose Delta to be her coach and mentor on the series. Singing a contemporary arrangement of the Burt Bacharach classic ‘What the World Needs Now’ (arranged by Sean Peter) Harmony had Delta and fellow coaches Joel and Benji Madden and former spice girl Mel B begging her to join their teams. Harmony won her battle round performing the Linda Rondstadt classic ‘Somewhere Out There’ from the movie ‘An American Tale’ progressing to the semi-final ‘Sing-off’ round where all artists performed their battle song once more.
Making it to the ‘final 5’ on Team Delta was a career highlight for Harmony. The entire ‘Voice Kids’ experience was very positive and experience with a team of professionals in the pressured environment of reality television was invaluable. She also loved hanging out with the other ‘Voice Kids’ and the great ice cream on set!
Team Delta’s ‘final 5’ included (finalist) Grace Laing, Ethan Kaparthy, Robbie Anderson and the winner of the series – 10 year old Alexa Curtis.
Harmony has since worked with members of the Voice Kids performing Pharrell William’s ‘Happy’ on Nickelodeon’s SLIMEFEST tour and ‘River Deep Mountain High’ at the NSW School Spectacular 2014 (with Rhui Lavaki, Robbie Anderson and Alexa Curtis).
Entertainer of the Year (2012)
At just 12 years of age Harmony won one of the highest accolades in the corporate and special events industry – sharing the title of ‘Australian Event Awards Entertainer of the Year 2012’ with her Father Darryl for the entertainment act Darryl and Harmony.
Young Talent Time (2011)
Another career highlight was reaching the semi-finals of Network 10’s ‘Young Talent Time’ where esteemed judges Tina Arena and Chucky Klapow compared her to a young Barbra Streisand and Whitney Houston.