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Audition Weeks at AIM Melbourne

On campus auditions are back at AIM!

If you’re applying to study at the Australian Institute of Music, you’ll need to audition or submit a portfolio to be assessed for admission.  Live auditions are now held on campus every week. They’re a great way to get instant feedback and check out our incredible facilities.

This is your chance to show us what you’re about as a musician. It’s not a test – it’s an opportunity for you to share your talent and passion for music. We know this can be nerve wracking so we’ve put together our Top 5 tips for nailing your audition. You can also watch this short video featuring our wonderful academics explaining the audition process.

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