Rebecca Lloyd, B Music
Rebecca, who completed her Bachelor of Music degree at ANU in 2000 is an award winning composer and flautist, attracting worldwide attention for her original compositions for feature films and documentaries.
In 2002, Rebecca was commissioned by China's largest TV network to create and arrange music for the World History Series, which was screened to an audience of one billion people. She has just completed work on a Warner Bros film, ‘Twisted Fortune’ and is working as an orchestral film composer with World Wide Audio Inc, New York.
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