We're a small, dynamic company that knows and loves music, theatre and events. We use this knowledge to ensure that each client receives the creative outcome that they deserve.
Heather founded Allegro in early 2002 having trained in music (opera) and performed vocally and dramatically, both here and in Europe. She studied both violin and piano from a young age and is an avid supporter of the arts. With strong industry contacts and associations and the good fortune to have assisted the industry's best, Heather is well placed to help clients with entertainment, production and events in their entirety.
Bachelor of Music - Hons, Bachelor of Arts, Associate of the Royal Schools of Music (Singing), London
Jacqueline has been with Allegro since February 2009. She's been involved in the hospitality and events industry for many years, both here and in the UK. Jacqueline is an accomplished pianist and a keen salsa dancer whose musical tastes cover the full spectrum. If she's not at the ballet, a play or a music theatre performance, she's probably at Rod Laver Arena seeing a big name international act or at one of Melbourne's unique local venues enjoying a performance by one of Allegro's talented artists. Possessing a genuine passion for live entertainment, she's always discovering new artists and venues. Jacqueline's knowledge, experience, enthusiasm and creativity allow her to exceed clients' expectations.
Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing), Bachelor of Arts (Journalism)
Phil is Allegro's production manager. He has worked freelance with nearly every AV and sound company in Melbourne, and supplied and consulted on AV for ANZ, Westpac, Bunnings, Telstra, Fosters, BHP, Rio Tinto, Toyota, Holden, Fox FM and DMG Radio. This extensive experience has led to him working at some of the biggest venues and events in Melbourne and Australia including the MCEC, The Sofitel Ballroom, Crown Palladium, The Park Hyatt and Hilton on the Park. In terms of large scale events, Phil has worked as an audio engineer at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Future Music Festival, The Big Day Out, Sound Wave Festival, Brunswick Music Festival and the Port Fairy Folk Festival. Every year he designs and supplies the sound system for Tennis Australia for their famous artist performance stage at the Australian Open. Furthermore he has supplied audio on tours of musicians such as: The Angels, John Stevens, Daryl Braithwaite, Jimmy Barnes, Belinda Carlisle, Ben Kweller, Data Rock, The Wombats, You Am I, Oasis, Sneaky Sound System, The PotBelleez, Rose Tattoo, Little Red and Baby Animals.
Bachelor of Audio Engineering