Melbourne-based, Lisa Salvo is a songwriter/performer offering a singular compositional style and an extraordinary voice. Traversing folk, jazz and theatre, she has worked with Grand Salvo, Peter Knight (Way Out West, Australian Art Orchestra), Gian Slater's Invenio Singers, Lehmann B Smith, and is a frequent collaborator with Australian/American award-winning independent theatre company Four Larks. In 2014, Salvo worked with Four Larks in Los Angeles on junkyard opera Orpheus. The show was developed at The Getty Villa as a part of their prestigious Villa Theatre Lab program. Lisa released her debut folk/pop album I Could Have Been a Castle in 2014. She was shortlisted for the APRA/AMCOS Vanda and Young international songwriting competition in 2014 for her song Lullaby, and was a finalist in the Darebin Music Feast Songwriters Award in 2015 for her song Wednesday Morning. Salvo currently performs her original music with five-piece experimental pop band On Diamond.