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“Aimée Falzon… has a superb voice and acts with quiet dignity.”
The Australian宿 (stay)Sydney Festival 2022

Aimée is a composer, singer, music producer and performer. She is of Maltese, Scottish and Libyan descent. She grew up in remote NSW, singing to cattle.

Aimée is currently developing her debut full-length album, featuring collaborating musicians from Australia and Singapore.

Aimée was co-composer, singer and performer in 宿 (stay) at Sydney Festival 2022. She composed for Juxta EARTH interactive installation as part of the Bankstown Biennale and online (2022). She was composer and sound designer for NTofP’s Nothing (2022). She composed and performed the soundtrack for UTP and Sweatshop’s Sex, Drugs and Pork Rolls for Sydney Festival 2021. She was also the co-composer and lead musical performer for When The Tide Comes In (2016), a series of audiovisual performances at Carriageworks, Riverside Theatres and then online; Rizzy’s 18th Birthday at Carriageworks, which was adapted into feature film Riz that premiered at Sydney International Film Festival (2015); and outdoor live art work The Other Journey at Parramasala Festival and Ten Days on the Island Festival in Tasmania (2013). In the latter three works she was also the production designer and visual artist.

For all enquiries regarding Aimée Falzon’s services in music composition and performance, email

“It began with a lone voice. Aimée Falzon, seated at her keyboard, gradually looped her voice into an impressive one-woman symphony…. The musicians did not just play the score, but performed it. Aimée Falzon in particular, though small and demure, showed great power with her vocals, and sang with fervour.. this turned what could have been just a film-screening into something more intimate and special.”
Sydney Scoop, Rizzy’s 18th Birthday Party, Carriageworks 2014

“Visually it is a feast as the films are cinematically beautiful. The score, performed live at the launch, was exceptional.”
Australian StageWhen the Tide Comes In/ColonyCarriageWorks 2016 

Aimée worked as a production designer and story developer on Laka (2018) – a multi-platform feature film, audiovisual installation and VR project that travelled to contemporary arts centres and festivals around the world.

Aimée has acted in various theatre productions, short and feature films. She was Artistic Director of Ashfield Youth Theatre 2011-2013 and has run drama programs, workshops and performances with Beyond the Square (Riverside Theatres), Australian Theatre For Young People, Powerhouse Youth Theatre, Bankstown Youth Development Service, CuriousWorks and many others.


Header image by Guido Gonzalaez; below image by Alex Vaughan.