Award winning composer Victoria Kelly has enjoyed a long and diverse career, working across a wide range of styles and media including film & TV, dance, theatre, pop, contemporary classical music and large scale events.
She's composed soundtracks for numerous productions including 'Black Sheep' directed by Jonathan King, 'The Lovely Bones' directed by Sir Peter Jackson, and most recently the score for 'Field Punishment No.1' by Lippy Pictures, for which she won the inaugural APRA Award for Best Feature Film Score.
Her classical music has been commissioned, performed and recorded by NZTrio, Voices New Zealand, the New Zealand String Quartet, Stephen de Pledge and Michael Houston. She's performed with, and arranged for, some of New Zealand's most beloved artists including Don McGlashan, SJD, Moana Maniapoto, Anika Moa and Shapeshifter.
Last year she arranged and orchestrated 'Out Of Silence' with her long-time collaborator Neil Finn, and has just completed work on an upcoming solo album for Finn Andrews of The Veils.
Victoria was also the Musical Director and principal composer for the 2011 Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony at Eden Park. She is currently the Director of NZ Member Services at APRA AMCOS. "