Young violinist, Mana Ohashi, trains at the Australian National Academy of Music. Photo by Pip Johnson. The Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) was set up in 1997 to provide performance training at the highest level to Australia’s most outstanding young classical musicians. Up to 2008, ANAM’s program was almost entirely funded by the Commonwealth government. A small number of donations were received annually but no formal fundraising program was in place. At the end of 2008, ANAM went through a traumatic but formative time when its funding was withdrawn by the government of the day, then reinstated after a substantial public campaign from prominent Australians who saw the value…
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