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12 March 2019

2019 Classical:NEXT Fellows: Simonette Turner & Belle Chen

Belle Chen Image: Belle Chen  

2019 Classical:NEXT Fellows have been announced. Simonette Turner and Belle Chen will attend the industry event in Rotterdam (15-18 May 2019), with the unique opportunity to network with other professionals from all over the world. Both Australian fellows will be assigned an experienced Classical:NEXT veteran as their mentor. The Fellowship program is facilitated by Classical:NEXT together with a number of international partners, and the Australian component is funded by APRA AMCOS and the Australian Music Centre.

UK-based Belle Chen is a pianist, sound artist and producer. In 2018, she was one of the artists showcasing at Classical:NEXT, and now she will have an opportunity to build on her existing networks. Belle Chen's mentor at Classical:NEXT will be Harriet Moss from the London-based Manners McDade Management & Agency.

Simonette Turner is an arts administrator and producer with experience working across different art forms, including in performing arts venues and the public sector. She currently works as Arts Practice Officer at Australia Council for the Arts. Her mentor will be David Pay from Music on Main in Vancouver.

SOUNDS AUSTRALIA and the AMC will be providing a platform to support Australian delegates at Classical:NEXT. Australians planning on registering are reminded to do so without delay. Please be in touch with Glenn at SOUNDS AUSTRALIA or John Davis at the Australian Music Centre to obtain the code to register under the umbrella of the Australian stand.

> See also: 'Register now for Jazzahead and Classical:NEXT 2019' (Resonate).

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