Holly Norman is a freelance arts manager, event producer and musician. Some of her career achievements have included the production logistics for Melbourne Festival (2016 - 2018 - Contemporary Music), artist logistics for Darwin Festival (2016), project management of Perth International Jazz Festival (2015) and Melbourne International Jazz Festival (2019). As an independent producer and tour manager, Holly co-wrote the award-nominated Fringe World show Good Songs For Bad Lovers (2016) and coordinated the planning, execution and performances of an inaugural tour to the United States with Junkadelic Brass Band (Honk Fest West, 2015).
Holly initially majored in Classical Percussion at the WA Academy of Performing Arts, graduating in 2006 on scholarship exchange at University of Miami. In addition to percussion and drums, Holly is a singer, songwriter and storyteller who actively seeks opportunities to collaborate with leading musicians. She most recently performed in a debut season of the devised piece 'XENIDES' with Black Swan State Theatre Company.
Holly is a passionate and gregarious individual with an infectious zeal for her work, be it arts and events management or music performance. She has maintained an active portfolio of self-initiated performance and touring projects whilst making valuable contributions to the planning and execution of major Australian arts and cultural events. Holly is a registered 500 hour yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance, and is passionate about the integration of health and wellness with wellbeing for arts practitioners. She has taught workshops on music and wellbeing for Katherine Regional Arts (NT), Arts Wellbeing Collective (Arts Centre Melbourne) and St Bernards College.
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