Georgia Lowe is a harp soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, and teacher based in Sydney, Australia. Her performances have included the Australian premiere of Leo Weiner's Romance Op.29 for cello and harp with the North Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the launch of Australia's first ever harp quartet, the Australian Harp Quartet (AHQ). She has performed Ravel's Introduction and Allegro with the Sydney Symphony Fellows during their regional tour (2016), the Gliere Harp Concerto with the Ryde Hunters Hill Symphony Orchestra and Beecroft Orchestra (2015), Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez with Mosman Symphony Orchestra (2014), the Mozart Flute and Harp concerto with Manly Warringah Orchestra (2013), and the Debussy Danses Sacrée et Profane with North Sydney Symphony Orchestra (2012).
Georgia was privileged to study under internationally renowned harpist Sivan Magen for three intensive years in New York, where she received her Master of Music from City University New York. Prior to traveling overseas she studied with esteemed Australian harpist Louise Johnson, Principal Harpist of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, both privately and at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Georgia has been interviewed by and had several performances on Fine Music 102.5FM, including a broadcast of Kats-Chernin's Eliza Aria specially arranged by Georgia for AHQ, and was named a 2MBS FM Young Performer in 2011. Georgia was a guest performer with the Sirius Chamber Ensemble for their 2015 season. She attended the 2012 Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Finland with support from Ars Musica Australis.