Eric von Ahlefeldt

Pianist, music director

Eric has been involved with amateur musical theatre in Geelong and Melbourne since 2015. His Musical Director credits include GSODA Theatre Collective’s production of Little Women: The Musical (2015) at Shenton Performing Arts Centre, CenterStage’s production of the cabaret, Nunsense (2016) and CenterStage’s Bending Broadway (2017). He also worked as the co-vocal director/rehearsal pianist for CenterStage’s production of Oklahoma! (2016). Eric has also played keys for a number of recent Geelong shows such as Lyric’s Legally Blonde: The Musical (2015), CenterStage’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2017), Lyric’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (2017), CenterStage’s Oliver (2017), GSODA’s Heathers (2017), and most recently CenterStage’s 42nd Street (2018).

In addition to his musical theatre work, Eric was also the musical director for two recent variety shows last year; FOR GOOD: A Musical Variety Concert for the Good Friday Appeal, and GSODA Theatre Collective’s Lights Up.

In 2016 Eric completed his study at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music majoring in classical piano performance. Outside of piano, he also enjoys playing the guitar as well as singing. Throughout the week, Eric teaches piano at Oxygen Tuition in Geelong, and through the company also teaches piano and guitar to students in primary schools around the Greater Geelong area such as Leopold Primary and St Aloysius Primary in Queenscliff. Prior to his recent study of music in Melbourne, Eric also completed a Diploma of Music at Oxygen College here in Geelong.

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