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3MBS
Link / Contact: www.3mbs.org.au/
3MBS is a fine music community radio station in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Founded in 1975, 3MBS was the first FM station in Victoria and led the way for the introduction of community radio in Australia. 3MBS passionately supports fine music, especially Melbourne musicians and composers, and is the only locally-based classical music radio station in Victoria. 3MBS relies on listener support in the form of subscriptions, donations and bequests.

Academy of Performing Arts (Monash University)
Link / Contact: http://www.monash.edu.au/mapa/

Acclaim
Link / Contact: www.acclaimawards.com.au/acclaim.html
The Acclaim Award grew from the passion of a remarkable Australia. Sleath Lowreyw was a prominent Rotarian and arts patron who died in 1988. A lifetime of service to his organisation and his community culminated in the creation of the Sleath Lowrey Scholarship, awarded for the first time in 1989. From 1998, the scholarship thrived under the patronage of Professor John Harber Phillips AC and the efforts and guidance of long-time Chairman , Ian Slater. In 2003 the scholarship was extended when the Committee was offered the support of major Italian festivals in providing on-stage experience for winners. In 2004, to mark this step-forward, the scholarship was renamed 'The Acclaim Awards'.

anats
Link / Contact: http://www.anats.org.au/
ANATS is for those who have a passion for singing. ​ We help teachers in any style of singing to be the best they can be by providing opportunities for learning, developing and networking. ​ ANATS is with you throughout your career. We strongly advocate for the teaching of singing in Australia.

ARIA CO
Link / Contact: admin@aria-co.com.au
ARIA CO Established in 2009, Aria Co is a Melbourne-based vocal ensemble committed to an adventurous approach to chamber and vocal music from the 1600s to the present day. In 2010 they presented a sold-out subscription season at the Melbourne Recital Centre with concerts ranging from French cabaret chanson to post-modernist opera. Collaborative in their approach, in 2010 they were joined by Melbourne new-music ensembles the Arko Symphonic Project and Quiver for their 3rd and 4th concerts respectively. In 2011 they join with acclaimed baroque ensemble Latitude 37 for the development of a new operatic work by internationally respected Australian composer David Chisholm. As individual artists, the members of Aria Co have sung with some of Australia's leading musical entities including Victorian Opera, Opera Australia, Opera Queensland, Oz Opera, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Canberra Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia, Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra and the Song Company.

Ashton Singers
Link / Contact: pracmus@optusnet.com.au
http://ashtonsmithsingers.org.au/Images/30th%20Anniversary%20Concert%202010%20poster%20Final.pdf ( Mozart Requiem )

Astra Chamber Music Society
Link / Contact: info@astramusic.org.au
office: 42 Courtney St North Melbourne 3051 phone: +61 3 9326 5424 fax: +61 3 9329 2272

Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
Link / Contact: www.brandenburg.com.au
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, led by charismatic Artistic Director Paul Dyer, celebrates the music of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with excellence, flair and joy. Comprising leading specialists in informed performance practice from all over Australia, the Orchestra performs using original edition scores and instruments of the period, breathing fresh life and vitality into Baroque and Classical masterpieces as though the music has just sprung from the composer's pen.

Australian International Opera Award
Link / Contact: www.aioa.org.au
The AIOA holds two events for sponsors and supporters each year. The award however is not public.

AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL OPERA COMPANY
Link / Contact: Chris Howlett
Chris Howlett now produces International Tours with his main focus in China. Founded by Chris Howlett in 2012, Australian International Opera Company has developed rapidly to present more than 120 performances per year in China. The company is built on four performance streams: Opera: including fully staged productions of Marriage of Figaro and The Magic Flute and semi-staged productions of Carmen and La Traviata. Music theatre: presenting variety performances that include some of biggest names in Music Theatre internationally, including Brad Little, Emilie Lynn, Lisa Vroman and Doug LaBrecque Music Education: Presenting ground breaking interactive educational concerts including Peter and the Wolf, Carnival of the Animals and Arabian Nights. Cultural Exchange: Facilitating two-way exchange programs between China and Australia, creating an exciting exchange of music and culture and unforgettable performance for musicians. AIOC is one of the biggest Australian providers of western culture to China, performing in the highest quality venues across the county. AIOC provides unforgettable experiences and performance opportunities for hundreds of Australian Musicians. The dedicated team working alongside Chris Howlett includes Chief Conductor Pat Miller and Technical Director Ben Howlett.

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