20 January 2021

The Live at AIM series returns in 2021

This year, you can watch live.

We’re thrilled to announce the return of Live at AIM in 2021.

We’re thrilled to announce the return of Live at AIM in 2021! This year’s events follow a year where our team overcame adversity to make these very special Thursday night musical events happen.

In 2020, we hosted an online series of performances featuring talented AIM students across the Contemporary, Musical Theatre, Composition and Classical programs at AIM’s Sydney and Melbourne campus. The Live @ AIM series was a hit. They were electric shows that showcased our amazing community of musicians for a large YouTube audience.

This was a rare feat during the COVID era for an industry savagely hit by the crisis. With live music largely on hold throughout the world during the pandemic, our dedicated team worked very hard to create this live streamed YouTube broadcast of our incredible array of student performers. Celebrating live music is at the heart of what we do and we couldn’t be more thrilled that this year, we can invite our students and alumni to experience the shows, live.

Happily, students and friends of AIM may attend these COVID-safe shows in 2021. You can RSVP for your free ticket from next week. Watch this space! Seating is limited, so be quick.

Staged each Thursday during each semester, these multi-cam events are only possible thanks to our brilliant and hardworking team across both Sydney and Melbourne.

It wasn’t just our musicians and technical team that made these events so special. Our Bachelor of Entertainment Management (BEM) students were interviewed about their projects and our audio students worked behind the scenes to help with the broadcast!

We also showcased AIM alumni performances and featured the accomplished musicians who teach at AIM.

Live at AIM shows are streamed live on our YouTube channel. Check out our favourite Live at AIM performances here.

If you’d like to audition for Live at AIM or shadow a member of the tech team, submit your audition video link to andy.walton@aim.edu.au.

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Christina Rowatt

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