Australian Institute of Music

Australia, New South Wales

The Australian Institute of Music (AIM) is an Australian private not-revenue driven tertiary schooling supplier, with grounds in Sydney, New South Wales, and Melbourne, Victoria. Established in 1968, AIM conveys instruction for professions in the Australian music, amusement, and performing expressions businesses. Its music and performing expressions courses offer licensed undergrad and postgraduate examinations in contemporary execution, old-style execution, sound designing, structure, and music creation, melodic theater, theater execution, and acting, expressions, and diversion of thea board. Three times each year AIM arranges its significant Showcase occasions, including the gifts of understudies across large numbers of its specialization's community-oriented exhibitions, most as of late in late 2018 with a presentation of the 1974 Broadway melodic The Wiz, an adaption of L. Straightforward Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Campus Life

The primary AIM Sydney grounds is situated in Foveaux Street, Surry Hills, with the AIM Melbourne Campus situated at King Street, Melbourne. Both grounds offer a wide scope of music degrees and confirmations. Numerous individuals see Melbourne as the music capital of Australia – and why should we oppose this idea? At the point when you join AIM Melbourne, you'll be joining a local area of craftsmen and music experts directly in the core of this awesome, lively city. Arranged in King St close to Southern Cross Station, the grounds couldn't be more focal. With its delightful and memorable assembly hall, four degrees of execution, practice, and practice spaces, AIM Melbourne has all you require to rehearse, learn, and develop during your examinations. Take part in standard live exhibitions and presentations, record and deliver your music through our own understudy run record mark 2030 records. Experience enlightening and engaging masterclasses from music industry specialists in each music kind.

Noted Alumni

Notable alumni include, Amanda Palmer– director and journalist, Balawan (I Wayan Balawan) – innovative musician and educator, Bianca Moon – Emmy nominated composer of CBS-TV Hollywood's Bold and the Beautiful, Casey Donovan – winner of season 2 of Australian Idol, Celia Pavey (Vera Blue) – Australian singer, Chris Brooks – Australian rock, metal and fusion guitarist most noted for his debut instrumental album The Master Plan Chris Sorbello – Australian singer, songwriter and dancer signed to the Ministry of Sound label in Australia.