Explore our inspirational lecturers to see who you’ll be studying under.


66 lecturers found

  • Jake Tyler

    Vocal Coach


    Since graduating from AIM, Jake has been a part of Squabbalogic productions such as Kiss Me Kate! and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. He toured with Echelon Productions as George in Treasure Hunt, to later join the Australian Shakespeare Company in Jungle Book – The Next Chapter. He has performed alongside American composer John Bucchino and invited to perform with international star Adele in her Australian tour in 2017.

  • Daniel Wallace-Crabbe

    Academic Lecturer

    Daniel Wallace-Crabbe has worked as a lecturer at AIM since 2008. He is also a casual lecturer/ tutor at Sydney University. Daniel is a composer/arranger and performer, who works across many different styles of music: from Cuban jazz, Argentine tango to contemporary classical.

  • Samantha Walton

    Academic Lecturer

    Sam Walton is a singer and musician with a passion for live performance. She began her music career in London, where she was mentored by one of the UK’s most highly regarded vocal coaches, Joshua Alamu (Little Mix, Fleur East, Joss Stone, The Voice UK, Pop Idol) and performed at numerous venues across the UK and Europe. 

  • Jason Weir

    Academic Lecturer/ESOL and Foundation Lecturer

    Jason Weir is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist with over 25 years experience as a session musician, band member, songwriter, composer and producer. A veteran of over 1500 professional shows, he has played The London Forum, The Marquee Club, Maleny/Woodford and Port Fairy Folk Festivals, Splendor In the Grass, The Espy, The Basement and many more.

  • Dr. Wojciech Wisniewski

    Academic Lecturer

    Dr Wojciech Wisniewski is a pianist, pedagogue and author currently residing in Sydney, Australia. Born in Poland, Wojciech graduated from the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (Poland) shortly before arriving in Australia in 2004.

  • Wen Zhu

    Academic Lecturer

    Australian violinist Wen Zhu was born in China and began learning violin at age five. She was awarded a full scholarship to study at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing before moving to Australia, where she has studied at AIM, Tasmanian Conservatory of Music and the Sydney Conservatorium.