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


27 alumni found

  • Julian Kuo is a multi-disciplinary performer who has worked in opera, contemporary music, cabaret and musical theatre. He is also a passionate music educator for The Arts Unit and The Next Step Performing Arts.

  • Matt Landers is a Front of House engineer who has toured with Matt Corby extensively. Matt has also worked with artists including Paul Kelly, Ball Park Music, Seekae, Flight Facilities and Sarah Blasko.

  • Carlos formed his musical duo Bootleg Rascal at AIM. Bootleg Rascal has traversed the globe, playing multiple sold out headline shows in the US, France, UK, Netherlands, Germany and New Zealand.

  • Darren Lim is an Australian composer for film and neo-classical music with cinematic, ambient and electronic influences. Over the years, he has had the pleasure of writing for successful Australian feature films, short films and advertisements.

  • Frances Madden 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 a passionate & diverse multi-instrumentalist based in Sydney working as a session musician, arranger, composer and band leader. His live credits include several NRL grand finals and many festival and concert tours.

  • Lucy Morris holds the coveted role of Partnerships Manager at Secret Sounds Connect. The company is responsible for iconic Australian festivals Splendour in the Grass and the Falls Festival, as well as numerous national tours.

  • Jess Nitties writes, produces and performs 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 a twist. 

  • Bronte O'Neill has been performing from the age of twelve across music theatre, pop, rock, soul, funk and jazz. She has played at the Sydney Opera House, the Royal Easter Show, and with the Blue Mountains Symphony Orchestra.

  • Michelle Osis is a composer for film, TV, and advertising. Michelle has composed music for a number of award-winning films including A Little Bit Behind, Let It Rain and Bamboozled. She also scored the feature film Juggernaut.

  • Elizabeth Riordan is a singer/songwriter who has toured extensively and released two EPs of her original compositions. These compositions led to her role as songwriter for Universal Music Publishing worldwide.

  • Recently appointed as 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.