For the last 10 years, Ms. Lundstedt O'Neill has performed professionally all over the world. Whether it be singing for Disney or belting out Opera's greatest hits, Heather has turned her passion for music into a flourishing and diverse career.
Heather has performed in regional theaters all throughout Southern California. Recently, she played Julie Jordan in Barn Stage Company's production of Carousel in Concert alongside the Temecula Valley Symphony. She also portrayed Marian Paroo in The Music Man of which Don Grigware of Broadway World stated, "Lundstedt's gorgeous soprano is one of the best I've heard onstage in a long time".
Her one woman show, "Loesser Known: The Stories and Songs of Frank Loesser" has earned her rave reviews. Broadway World said, "her voice is thrilling and with just the right amount of girlish charm, she keeps fans engaged and begging for more. Lundstedt should be on Broadway, that's to be sure, but for now, let's be grateful that she is here with us."
Other regional credits include: Brenda Strong in the West Coast premiere of Catch Me if You Can at Moonlight Amphitheatre, Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, Christine in Yeston/Kopit’s Phantom, Laurey Williams in Oklahoma. Opera credits include Dorabella in Cosi Fan Tutte as well as serving as the soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah and Faure’s Requiem.
Heather is currently on tour with LML Music Presents': 'Live in Central Park: Andrea Bocelli; Revisited', 'The Unreachable Stars' starring Broadway's Jeremy Stolle and the vintage female trio, 'The Beverly Belles'. She is also one third of the brand new group, The Beverly Bombshells, which provides a vintage take on top 40 classics in the style of The Andrews Sisters. While not on the road, Heather resides in Los Angeles with her husband, David and her dog, Moo.