7 September 2021

Australian Women in Music Awards: AIM Grads Nominated

Two women of music industry

WOMEN ROCKING THE INDUSTRY.

We are thrilled to see Australian Institute of Music graduates nominated at the 2021 Australian Women in Music Awards. The AWMAs recognise the talented women who have made an incredible contribution to the music industry, from behind the scenes to centre stage.

Audio engineer/producer/artist in her own right Antonia Gauci has received a nomination for the Studio Production Award. A graduate of our Bachelor of Music (Audio) program, Gauci has worked with high-profile artists in some of the world’s most renowned studios. Read our interview with Antonia here.

BMG A&R Director and AIM Bachelor of Entertainment Management graduate Jodie Feld has been nominated for the Music Leadership Award. After five years rising through the ranks at BMG, it is clear Feld has made her mark at the innovative record company.

Other AWMA 2021 nominees include Katie Noonan, Tania Doko (Bachelor Girl), Kate Ceberano and Dami Im.

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