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Vicki that was an extraordinary performance, we just loved it. Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us, I’m still savouring a beautiful experience!
— Royal Society of Victoria
Vicki Hallett knows the the best place to play clarinet is outside, in the real world of other species and sounds. In her beautiful performance at Mabolel Rock, she even gets a mysterious beast to rise out of the water, eager to hear her pure and perfect tone.
— David Rothenberg, author of Why Birds Sing, Bug Music and Thousand Mile Song.


Vicki is a versatile chamber musician, sound artist, music practitioner and educator. She performs as a clarinetist with Sonus Ensemble and the Geelong Symphony Orchestra. Her recordings vary from a chamber music clarinet soloist to her exploratory work with Elephants, Sound Art and Meditation/Practitioner projects.

Vicki’s compositional process is constantly evolving and explores the space between hearing music as a cultural experience and the aural vibration within the being. The ongoing quest for sonic immersion and creative compositional devices with authenticity and inspiration leads both Vicki and the listener through an organic landscape of sound.



Photography by Ferne Millen Photography.