The Helpmann Academy Award for Voice is available to vocalists who are final year students or graduates from selected programs from the Elder Conservatorium of Music (University of Adelaide).
The award is valued at $8,000 and provides the opportunity for the recipient to undertake a self-directed and tailored program that will further develop their burgeoning career. The recipient will be empowered to seek out unique training in areas of interest, develop work, record or tour, gain valuable experience, and build networks. The funding provides the opportunity for the recipient to develop their skills and experience, locally, nationally, or internationally.
The Helpmann Academy Award for Voice, generously funded by Dr Rob Lyons, aims to support and inspire the future endeavours of South Australia’s emerging vocalists. The recipient will have the opportunity to undertake significant activities that align with their career objectives and facilitate the next steps in achieving their goals.
“Receiving this award actually made the dream of my own EP feasible and within arm’s reach. It also served as a huge encourager and provides a support team throughout my creative development.”
Erin McKellar, recipient of the 2020 Helpmann Academy Award for Voice
Applications are invited from final year students or graduates (within 5 years following their final year of study) from the following programs at the Elder Conservatorium of Music (University of Adelaide):
- Bachelor of Music (Classical Voice)
- Bachelor of Music (Jazz Performance)
- Bachelor of Music (Popular Music)
Honours graduates are eligible if they are within 5 years of graduation.
For more information contact Helpmann Academy email@example.com
Image: Erin McKellar performing at Generations in Jazz, photo supplied.