Alumni

We are proud to have some of the best music, performing arts & entertainment management industry professionals as alumni

22 alumni found

  • Frances is one of Australia’s most talented young singer-songwriters and piano players. Her jazz-influenced music has developed a growing adult contemporary following now exploding into mainstream success.

  • Kyle Mercado is passionate & diverse multi-instrumentalist based in Sydney working as a session musician, arranger, composer & band leader.

  • AIM graduate Lucy Morris holds the coveted role of Partnerships Manager at Secret Sounds Connect, placing her at the big table of corporate sponsorship deals.  Most Australian music fans have heard of Secret Sounds.  It is the company responsible for Australia’s iconic annual events Splendour in the Grass and the Falls Festival, as well as […]

  • Bachelor of Music (Composition and Production) – Graduated 2016 Since completing a Bachelor of Music (Composition & Production) in 2016, Jess Nitties has been writing, producing and performing under the moniker Sparrows. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Four Tet, Kate Bush and The Knife, her music melds elements of acoustic, electronic and found sounds to deliver pop songs with […]

  • Bronte O'Neill has been performing from the age of twelve in Music Theatre, Pop, Rock and most recently; Soul, Funk and Jazz. With over eight entertainment agents and various venue residencies; she can be seen performing regularly around Sydney venues, corporate events and weddings.

  • Michelle Osis is a composer for film, TV, and advertising. After studying at AIM’s Sydney campus, she moved to Toronto, Canada where she is now based.   Michelle has composed music for a number of award-winning films including A Little Bit Behind, Let It Rain, Bamboozled, Fake Blood, & Knuckleball. She also scored the feature film Juggernaut where she had the pleasure to work alongside her mentor Mark Korven, […]

  • Elizabeth Riordan is a singer/songwriter from Melbourne, Australia. Soon after graudating, Elizabeth started performing, touring the major cities of Australia and releasing two EP's of her own compositions.

  • Recently appointed concertmaster with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, violinist Sophie Rowell has had an extensive performing career as a soloist, chamber musician and principal orchestral violinist both in Australia and abroad.  After winning the ABC Young Performer’s Award and studying at AIM, Sophie founded the Tankstream Quartet which won string quartet competitions in Cremona and Osaka. For 6 years she toured, […]

  • Demitra Sealy is an actress and scriptwriter. She is best known for her work on three seasons of Foxtel Australia’s award winning TV show Meraki TV and her lead role in the internationally acclaimed series First World Relationships.

  • Many bands and artists have formed at AIM over the last 50 years and gone on to achieve success. One such band is emerging Melbourne 6-piece Tempus Sun – blending driving indie rock with soaring vocals, they have gone from strength to strength since forming in 2016.