It is with great pleasure that I present you with the Australian National Academy of Music’s 2012 Prospectus and Application Guide. 2012 will see a range of study pathways being offered to suit the needs of Australia’s great young talent:
The Professional Performance Program – A year-long individually tailored intensive training program in solo, chamber and ensemble/orchestral performance.
ANAM & Griffith University Master of Music (Research) – Open to suitably qualified graduates, providing an intensive instrumental training program underpinned by formal research and documented reflection.
The ANAM Fellowships – A self-devised program for soloists or ensembles that have a particular project they would like to realise.
University of Melbourne – Melbourne Conservatorium of Music: Modules – Open to musicians enrolled in a performance Masters degree at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, credited towards the applicant’s University of Melbourne degree.
A year spent at ANAM is something that you will never forget. At ANAM you will complete one part of your musical training – enabling the move into the professional world – and set out on another, with the discovery and awakening of new musical possibilities. ANAM is the perfect place to refine your musical skills and to open your heart and mind to a rewarding and thrilling career and life in music.
You cannot afford to miss the ANAM experience!