Many of the young artists who have been assisted by the AOAC have gone on to stellar careers in Australia and overseas
Donations & Bequests
The AOAC also welcomes donations, bequests and corporate sponsorships supporting the future of Australian Opera.
Please contact our Secretary, Mr Maxim Mangraviti to discuss terms and conditions at:
Postal: P.O. Box 123 Rozelle NSW 2039
“The AOAC provided me with truly invaluable financial assistance at the most important time in a developing career – at the very beginning. I won a very large award in Australia’s Bicentennial year, and it was the following year that I was able to move out into the big wide world because awards like this … enabled me to study properly at home in Australia before I undertook the first of so many overseas trips, properly funded for everything that was to come before me. That funding, of course, was never a guarantee of success, but it certainly ensured that everything needed to form a career could be obtained. Thank you AOAC!
-- Daniel Sumegi
The AOAC was formed almost 40 years ago by the late Sheila Prior and has raised and distributed millions of dollars in Awards to a broad range of recipients including singers, pianists, repetiteurs, violinists, cellists, conductors, directors, vocal coaches. Those assisted include Anthony Warlow, Graham Abbott, Andrew Goodwin, Yvonne Kenny, Daniel Sumegi, Richard Tognetti, Lisa Gasteen, and the Moffatt Oxenbould Young Artist Programme at Opera Australia, the list goes on.
We look forward to seeing you at our next event!
Whatever Works for You
We accept Direct Debit, Credit Card and Cheques.
Account Name: AOAC | BSB: 062-734 | Account: 2802 0452
Cheques: AOAC | P.O. Box 123 Rozelle 2039
Credit Cards: Forward credit card details and amount to email@example.com or Post to AOAC P.O. Box 123 Rozelle 2039
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