Ian Potter Emerging Performers Fellowships

ANAM alum Alex Meagher at the ANAM Set Festival, 2022. Image credit: Pia Johnson.

The Ian Potter Emerging Performers Fellowship Program is a collaboration between The Ian Potter Cultural Trust and the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM). 

The program will see two fellowships awarded annually from 2024 – 2028 (10 fellowships in total) to support outstanding ANAM alumni who demonstrate a commitment to developing an independent creative practice.  

Each Emerging Performers Fellowship will provide financial and mentoring support to the artists over a period of two years. Fellows will receive $50,000 per annum (a total of $100,00) of untied funding from The Ian Potter Cultural Trust as well as tailored mentoring, coaching and network development from ANAM’s faculty of professional musicians.  

The program seeks to address a growing challenge faced by the classical music sector and independent performing artists - a lack of support for musicians whose professional aspirations are not met by a traditional orchestral career.  

Selection Process and Dates 

The selection process for each year's intake of fellows will begin in the second half of the year prior. Eligibility and selection criteria can be found on the ANAM website. All applications must be submitted to ANAM in accordance with the instructions on the ANAM website.  

2024 Ian Potter Emerging Performers Fellowships 

Applications 
Open: 28 August
Close: 25 September 2023
 

Shortlisting and interviews
October 2023 

Fellows announced
31 October 2023 

Fellowships commence
January 2024



About ANAM
 

The Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) is dedicated to training the most exceptional young classical musicians and is internationally renowned as the only purely performance classical music training academy in Australia and one of the few in the world. 

ANAM is a member of the Australian Government-funded Arts8 group of performing arts training organisations. The Arts8 group are committed to providing the high-level and intense studio-based training necessary to ensure the national performing arts sector has a pipeline of creative talent that will enable it to continue telling Australian stories for generations.  

ANAM alumni are found in many of the world’s leading orchestras and ensembles, and ANAM’s intensive schedule brings together a global network of artists and performers who provide invaluable mentorship and guidance for emerging young musicians through public performances, in-residence master classes and other programs.

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