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- On January 22, 2018
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- Adelaide 500, Amy Jennifer, Bedrock Sounds, Billy Billy, Bustle and Bells, Certificate III, Certificate IV, Dan Sultan, Donnarumma, Druid Fluids, Ecca Vandal, Groovin the Moo, Hamish Gibson-Smith, Louis Donnarumma, Oh Yes Festival, Porchland, Siamese, Somnium, Swirl Fest, Swirl Records, Tamlyn Neck, The Teskey Brothers
Sweet Anarchy perform at Winter Jams 2017 at Club 5082. Photo by Nathan Sivewright Photography
Want to turn your music passion into a profession?
After a successful 2017 which saw Music SA students study, perform and work in hands-on roles in music and festival management, enrolments for the music industry certificate courses will soon close for the commencement of the 2018 study year.
Success stories included indie rock band Donnarumma (led by Certificate IV student Louis Donnarumma) who toured the east coast of Australia with his bands debut EP Billy Billy, won the Adelaide 500 Bands On Track Competition with Cold Chisel and supported Dan Sultan, The Teskey Brothers and Ecca Vandal. Event manager Tamlyn Neck created her own independent freelance music business Bedrock Sounds and curated the successful Bustle and Bells Christmas program for Adelaide City Council, as well as working backstage at Groovin’ The Moo, Porchland and Oh Yes! Festival. Certificate III and IV student Amy Jennifer recorded, produced and released her debut EP to glowing reviews. Hamish Gibson-Smith continued to refine the Swirl Records label, organising Swirl Fest and managing new releases from Somnium, Siamese and Druid Fluids.
The VET Certificate III in Music Industry (Songwriting and Performance) course will begin on Thursday 8th February, with an additional Certificate III class to start on Friday 9th February. These courses are tailored for high school age students passionate in developing their own creativity through music.
Certificate IV in Music Industry courses begin on Monday 26th February (full-time) and Tuesday 27th February (part-time). The Certificate IV courses support students at all stages of study.
All courses are located in the heart of the CBD at St. Paul’s Creative Centre, a collaborative co-working space for South Australian creative industries and arts sectors. Classes are conducted in St. Paul’s training rooms and creative spaces.
Still unsure of your study plans for next year and want to broaden your education in a fun and creative environment? Limited places are still open for VET, school leavers and adult learners in each of our Certificate courses.
For further course inquiries, please contact Head of Training Matthew Hayward via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone on (08) 7320 3313.