Australian National Academy of Music

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    • The Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) is a classical music training facility designed for advanced/post-university students to train on their instrument to a higher level. Located in the South Melbourne, Victoria, it is a member of the Australian Roundtable for Arts Training Excellence. Its Artistic Director until June 2010 was the composer Brett Dean; his brother, the clarinettist Paul Dean was appointed as his successor.

      Established in 1994, ANAM offers a range of intensive programs and short courses, both credit bearing and non-credit bearing, for string, woodwind, French horn, harp and keyboard instruments. From 2012, ANAM students with a strong academic background can enrol in a Masters degree delivered in collaboration with Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.