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The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
Link / Contact: 234 St Kilda Rd, Southbank (Melways ref 43 J11),
The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, which is a division of the Faculty of the VCA and Music, has a distinguished history reaching back to the awarding of the first music degree at the University of Melbourne in 1879. It is the oldest and one of the largest music schools in Australia, with the largest cohort of international students. The Melbourne Conservatorium's goal is to be recognised as the most prestigious music school in the Asia?Pacific Rim region, providing first class music courses, teaching and learning informed by excellent resources and state-of-the-art technology, ample merit-based scholarships. Our gifted and selective student cohort are recruited nationally and internationally and pursue a diversity of viable and realistic vocational outcomes, contributing to and making a difference to the social fabric of Australian, Asian and Pacific Rim societies and communities. The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music offers a particularly comprehensive range of programs, which are intimately informed by our internationally recognised research in music performance, composition, musicology, ethnomusicology, music therapy, and music psychology and education. The 3-year Bachelor of Music is the cornerstone of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music's undergraduate program, offering both depth and breadth. The undergraduate music program has the objective of producing graduates who are both thinking musicians and musical thinkers - people who will make a difference to our world by embracing and furthering the practice, understanding and appreciation of music, one of humankinds? greatest forms of communication. The BMus offers viable and exciting pathways into a specialised music-only Honours program and research higher degrees as well as professional coursework postgraduate degrees, including the professionally accredited degree of Master in Music Therapy and a proposed new degree, the Master of Music (Performance Teaching). The Graduate Programs at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music include a range of coursework music degrees, and the Conservatorium occupies a position of unrivalled national and regional excellence and leadership in research training in music. There is also a number of public programs, including short courses and professional development and community access programs for those interesting in studying music without committing to a full degree program. The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music also has an extensive public performance program of concerts, recitals and festivals. These events make up a core component of the education and development of a music student and provide and are an important forum for engagement with the wider community.

The Scots' Church Melbourne
Link / Contact: www.scotschurch.com

The Star Chorale
Link / Contact: Website
The Star Chorale is a Melbourne-based community choir dedicated to continuing and enhancing a tradition of excellence in the performance of choral music. The choir normally comprises, but is definitely not limited to, former students, staff members, family of students or friends of MLC (the Methodist Ladies' College in Kew, Victoria). Rehearsals are held in excellent facilities at Methodist Ladies' College on Wednesday evenings, from 7.30 pm sharp ? 9:45 pm.

The Tudor Choristers
Link / Contact: www.tudorchoristers.org.au/
Now in its forty-ninth year, The Tudor Choristers was founded in Melbourne in 1962 by David Carolane. The small group soon flourished and expanded to become one of Victoria's pre-eminent choirs. Specialising in unaccompanied music, The Tudor Choristers has performed for most of Australia's leading concert organisations, including the ABC, Musica Viva, the Victorian Arts Centre and the Victorian Arts Council. The choir has made radio broadcasts, appeared on national television and in feature film. Performances under such notable guest conductors as Sir David Willcocks and Philip Ledger, and tours of New Zealand and North America, have confirmed The Tudor Choristers' ranking as one of Australia's finest choral ensembles. The Tudor Choristers Inc is an incorporated asssociation under the Victorian Associations Incorporations Act 1981 and is governed by a committee according to its Rules. The choir is a member of the Australian National Choral Association.

The Valley Collective
Link / Contact: Kate Fraraccio
The Valley Collective is an event planning and coordination business based in Victoria?s stunning Yarra Valley. The team at The Collective endeavour to be your personal guide to the wonderful, local resources this region has to offer. Along with getting you in touch with locally grown Yarra Valley talent, our team will be there to guide you every step of the way when embarking on planning your next special event, whether it is a rustic Yarra Valley wedding venue or a breathtaking Yarra Valley winery location for your product launch or special event. We offer full planning and coordination in the lead up to your event, on the day set up and pack down at your venue, or just the simple ?behind the scenes? presence on the day to give you piece of mind, running last minute errands, meeting and coordinating your suppliers and generally overseeing and coordinating the days festivities. After meeting for a complimentary one hour consultation, we hope to work with you in establishing the services you will need, to create your special day at one of the many Yarra Valley wedding and event venues.

University of Melbourne Faculty of Music
Link / Contact: www.music.unimelb.edu.au
The Melba Hall Free Lunch Hour Concert Series takes place every week during semester. This series of concerts features local and international artists, and Faculty staff, students and ensembles.

Victoria Chorale
Link / Contact: Please visit website or call 03 9482 2386
Victoria Chorale was founded in 1993 by Val J Pyers OAM and has been singing wonderful choral music throughout Victoria ever since. It has earned a reputation for the excellence, diversity and warmth of its performances and the camaraderie amongst the choir members.

Victoria Welsh Choir
Link / Contact: www.vicwelsh.asn.au

Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School (VCASS)
Link / Contact: www.vcass.vic.edu.au/
The Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School provides a nationally and internationally recognised specialist program for the training of talented young dancers and musicians. A full performance program is a significant aspect of life as a dance or music student at the VCA Secondary School and students perform at a number of professional venues throughout the year. This includes among others the Arts Centre, National Gallery of Victoria, St John's Church at Southgate, The Iwaki Auditorium at the ABC Centre, Grant Street Theatre and the Merlyn Malthouse Theatre. Music students involvement in competitions will be carefully managed by their instrumental teacher in consultation with the Head of Music.

Link / Contact: www.victorianopera.com.au
Victorian Opera started in 2006 and presents a distinct artistic program, championing the creation of new Australian opera whilst presenting less familiar repertoire to audiences in Melbourne and across regional Victoria. As Victoria's state opera company Victorian Opera has a unique role to present professional opera in Victoria

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