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The Elder Conservatorium of Music serves as an important educational institution for budding South Australian musicians, training and hoping to one day perform on the world stage. Elder Hall, situated on the University’s North Terrace campus has a rich history and is home to two particularly iconic Steinway pianos.
Abla Benhammouche is this month's Alumni in Focus.
On June 24, the University announced that we will make changes to our policies, processes, and culture as part of a series of measures to improve the handling of reports of sexual assault, sexual harassment and other inappropriate behaviour. These changes are outlined in an independent report – Towards a safer and more inclusive culture: University of Adelaide ICAC response.
Over the past few years, Tsering Hannaford has gained significant recognition in the art industry and community, with an undeniable talent, passion and dedication to her craft. She has featured in exhibitions across the globe and achieved an impressive seven nominations for the prestigious Archibald Prize. Though pursuing painting professionally seemed like a natural fit, Tsering almost ended up on a very different career path.
Alumna Rachael Azzopardi, co-founder and creative director of Adelaide's new winter festival Illuminate Adelaide has come a long way since her days as a student at the Elder Conservatorium. With a career in arts, event and festival management spanning 30 years, she has worked hard to become one of the most respected and influential producers and event creators in the country. In 2021, Rachael has returned home to South Australia to take on her most exciting project to date.
Elder Conservatorium alumna Sheree Sullivan's shares her journey from professional Jazz Organist, to CEO of South Australian based cheese empire Udder Delights.