Australian Music Foundation

2015 marked the 40th Anniversary of the founding of The Australian Music Foundation in 1975. The AMF is a charitable organisation which aims to promote and celebrate Australian musical life, by offering scholarships, performing opportunities and mentoring to young musicians who wish to pursue their post-graduate studies overseas. 2015 awardee, violinist Emily Sun, recently won the Royal Overseas League Gold Medal and appeared in recital at Wigmore Hall on 17 October. Other distinguished Alumni include international baritone Peter Coleman-Wright, pianist Jason Gilliam and guitarist Craig Ogden.                                                             

Applications for 2016 are now closed. To read about how to apply for an AMF Award next year, please click the 'Apply for an Award' button on the top right of this homepage. For AMF News, please click on the photographs at the bottom of this page.

 

THE 2016 AWARD WINNERS CELEBRATION

2016 Awardees James Guan, Daniel Mullaney, Jade Moffat, Waynne Kwon, Jesse Flowers, Justin Sun and James Yan with Chairman Yvonne Kenny and His Excellency the Honourable Alexander Downer AC, High Commissioner for Australia, at Australia House 16.11.16

2016 Awardees James Guan, Daniel Mullaney, Jade Moffat, Waynne Kwon, Jesse Flowers, Justin Sun and James Yan with Chairman Yvonne Kenny and His Excellency the Honourable Alexander Downer AC, High Commissioner for Australia, at Australia House 16.11.16

If you are interested in joining our Mailing List, please contact AMF Administrator, Sally-Ann Shepherdson, sas@australianmusicfoundation.org for more information.               

Please CLICK HERE make a Donation or to sponsor a Named Award to help more young Australians study overseas.