The Australian Chamber Orchestra has been described as one of Australia's most dynamic performing arts organisations. It lives and breathes music, making waves around the world for its explosive performances and brave interpretations.
Led by Artistic Director Richard Tognetti since 1990, the ACO, pre C-19, was performing more than 100 concerts each year, collaborating with artists and musicians both at home and overseas. In April this year, the ACO launched ACO HomeCasts, a digital season featuring intimate performances from the homes of the ACO musicians as well concerts from the ACO's archive and special performances aimed at families.
It has been such a pleasure to meet and collaborate with the female players on their new stage wardrobes that will launch early next year. In the meantime, we've had some fun with our new Australian made summer collection.
Here are the lovely and talented ones donning the new Good Day Girl summer collection which will launch tomorrow, Saturday, 10 October.
Elizabeth Woolnough - Viola
Wearing - Casablanca Cami and Lido Pants with Bermuda Black Belt.
Helena Rathbone - Principal Violin
Wearing - Happy Coat over Salamanca Slip and Lido Pants.
Stefanie Farrands - Principal Viola
Wearing Calvi Dress
Melissa Barnard - Cello
Wearing Heart Blouse with Antibes Skirt and Bermuda Black Belt
Satu Vänskä - Principal Violin
Wearing Heart Dress over Salamanca Slip
Nicole Divall - Viola
Wearing - Paddington Shirt with Lido Pants
Liisa Pallandi - Violin
Wearing - Paddington Shirt Dress over Salamanca Slip and Bermuda Black Belt
Maja Savnik - Violin
Wearing - Heart Blouse with Santa Cruz Skirt and Bermuda Black Belt
The Australian Chamber Orchestra
Photography - Nic Walker
Hair - Xarni Riggs at Mavis King salon
Makeup - Yen Hoang
Floral Joy - Grandiflora
Location - Pixon
Jewellery - Dinosaur Designs
Tuesday 13 to Saturday 24 October
from 10 October