Drama & SKEPic Improv

Anna Jahjah

Drama

Alex Chalwell

Drama

Emma Price

Woodwind | Piano | SKEPic Improv

Wylie Lucas

Drama

Anna Jahjah

Drama

Anna Jahjah studied theatre in Paris where she performed in both classical and contemporary plays. Her directing career began after this, with comedia dell’arte plays and Anglophone theatre. In addition, she worked as a story-teller at the MusĂ©e du Quai Branly in Paris, performed in radio plays, and made documentaries about life in Lebanon.Whilst directing, she also worked as a drama teacher at the Conservatoire National SupĂ©rieur de Musique and gave drama workshops for children and adults all around Paris. Since her arrival in Australia, she has been eager to share her multicultural experiences, directing non Australian plays with her theatre company ThĂ©Ăątre Excentrique, and running drama workshops for adults and students in English, French and Arabic. She still works overseas as an actor and has recently toured the USA with The Lesson by Ionesco.

Alex Chalwell

Drama

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

Students should always know why they are doing an exercise. Activities can and should be fun and engaging, but they should never just be games for the sake of gamesit is important a class knows the dramatic principles beneath each activity. In this way, by providing engaging, accessible material, students will learn experientially: the only way to develop drama skills.
 Alex Chalwell graduated from the Actors’ Centre Australia’s full-time course in 2014, continuing study for a further 6 months in 2015 at École Philippe Gaulier in France. He has toured Australia with the Bell Shakespeare Company twice, as Malcolm in their 2019 production of Macbeth at the Sydney Opera House and Playhouse Theatre in Melbourne, and in 2018 as one of the Bell Shakespeare Players, playing abridged versions of Shakespeare to school audiences. In 2018 he played a guest role in ABC’s Harrow and has worked with NIDA’s Festival of Emerging Artists, having performed in three graduation pieces for successive MA Directing cohorts in 2015, 2016, and 2019. He has worked in independent theatre across Sydney, at King’s Cross Theatre, ATYP, and Pact Theatre. Between 2014 and 2015, Alex was proud to be in mentorship in Shakespearean text with George Ogilvie, A.M.Alex also works as a writer. He won the 2016 Writing NSW Under 30s Manuscript Competition, which included a residency at Varuna, The Writers’ House. Additionally, he has participated in both stages of the ACT Writers’ Centre’s national Hardcopy manuscript development program.In 2020, Alex was granted an Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant and an Embassy Postgraduate Scholarship for study at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, postponed due to covid-19.

Emma Price

Woodwind | Piano | SKEPic Improv

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

Positive reinforcement, confidence-building, inspiration and well-being.Emma Price began her musical journey as an angelic music scholar in a convent school in the heart of the English countryside. Classically trained, but always with a cheeky grin, Emma has enjoyed a unique and hugely varied career as musician and entertainer: from classical concerts to dark smoky cabarets, street performing to improvised musicals, comedy podcasts to playing accordion & singing in a folk band
 oh, and dancing the can-can whilst playing the flute! 
You name it, she’s probably done it! This lady’s ethos is all about variety, authenticity, and above all...PLAY!

Wylie Lucas

Drama

Intro to Music

Avril Ferguson

Intro to Music

Claudia Privett

Piano | Intro to Music

Tia Mcevoy

Piano | Intro to Music

Yazmin Cotter

Singing | Piano | Intro to Music

Avril Ferguson

Intro to Music

Claudia Privett

Piano | Intro to Music

My goal is to teach young children the beginnings and focus on the fun of music as well as piano techniques.My passion is to help children to reach their goals by trialling different methods and developing their niche.

Tia Mcevoy

Piano | Intro to Music

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

If I am to change a student learning experience, I would like to see the student gain a positive attitude to learning with lessons leaving them with a sense of accomplishment and eagerness rather than boredom and exhaustion. I will strive to make their experience more enjoyable by finding ways of creating a stimulating lesson through engaging them in an activity that will allow them to learn while having fun. I will do this by understanding each child's needs and goals than creating a plan which includes these elements to extend their music skills by both having aims and objectives for each child.I offer an enthusiastic approach to teaching the basics of music in a highly engaging, exciting manner. My comforting and nurturing qualities allow children to connect with me effortlessly. My exposition is young and friendly enabling me to get down to children's level, making communication clear and easily understood. This provides me with the ability to educate children and consult parents confidently, as a trustworthy and dedicated worker. 
  • 7+ years of singing experience, performing at Wollongong High School functions such as Music Nights, The Illawarra Folk Festival and local gigs. Musical Theatre/Dance performances put on by Thirroul Dance Academy at the IPAC and various eisteddfods.
  • Singing tuition through Thirroul Music Academy, Private tutors, Thirroul Dance Academy, various workshops and music camps.
  • Piano and Music Theory tuition through private tutors, teachers and university students.
  • 5 years of ensemble singing including performances at Wollongong High School, the Sydney Town Hall and Southern Stars.
  • Intermediate level of Piano, Guitar, and previously Trombone.
  • Competent understanding of Music Theory
  • High academic achievements in Music, Drama and Dance.
  • Experience using Musescore, Garageband and other composition/ recording software.
  • Coaching and Mentoring experience with children in a range of settings such as surf club training and sporting events.
  

Yazmin Cotter

Singing | Piano | Intro to Music

As a music teacher, I offer a range of skills including excellent interpersonal skills, a great communicator am knowledgeable and experienced in performance and theory.In the last 12 months, I have taught a range of students in both vocal, piano, guitar and introduction to music.My goal as a music tutor is to build and develop on my learning programs, looking at the latest trends in the industryI would first seek feedback from my current students and identify opportunities for improvement based on the feedback provided. Another way I would look to change the learning experience would be to research different learning techniques through colleagues and teaching resources

Singing

Bethany Bracamonte

Singing | Assistant Director

Emma Price

Woodwind | Piano | SKEPic Improv

Mel Martin

Singing

Yazmin Cotter

Singing | Piano | Intro to Music

Zac Ellevsen

Singing | Piano | Guitar

Bethany Bracamonte

Singing | Assistant Director

Emma Price

Woodwind | Piano | SKEPic Improv

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

Positive reinforcement, confidence-building, inspiration and well-being.Emma Price began her musical journey as an angelic music scholar in a convent school in the heart of the English countryside. Classically trained, but always with a cheeky grin, Emma has enjoyed a unique and hugely varied career as musician and entertainer: from classical concerts to dark smoky cabarets, street performing to improvised musicals, comedy podcasts to playing accordion & singing in a folk band
 oh, and dancing the can-can whilst playing the flute! 
You name it, she’s probably done it! This lady’s ethos is all about variety, authenticity, and above all...PLAY!

Mel Martin

Singing

Yazmin Cotter

Singing | Piano | Intro to Music

As a music teacher, I offer a range of skills including excellent interpersonal skills, a great communicator am knowledgeable and experienced in performance and theory.In the last 12 months, I have taught a range of students in both vocal, piano, guitar and introduction to music.My goal as a music tutor is to build and develop on my learning programs, looking at the latest trends in the industryI would first seek feedback from my current students and identify opportunities for improvement based on the feedback provided. Another way I would look to change the learning experience would be to research different learning techniques through colleagues and teaching resources

Zac Ellevsen

Singing | Piano | Guitar

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

By changing the way i approach each students individual learning experience

Piano | Keyboard

Tia Mcevoy

Piano | Intro to Music

Claudia Privett

Piano | Intro to Music

Dilara Aktas

Piano | Music Technology

Emma Price

Woodwind | Piano | SKEPic Improv

Jed Wilson

Guitar | Piano

Rowan Keyes

Piano

Yazmin Cotter

Singing | Piano | Intro to Music

Zac Ellevsen

Singing | Piano | Guitar

Tia Mcevoy

Piano | Intro to Music

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

If I am to change a student learning experience, I would like to see the student gain a positive attitude to learning with lessons leaving them with a sense of accomplishment and eagerness rather than boredom and exhaustion. I will strive to make their experience more enjoyable by finding ways of creating a stimulating lesson through engaging them in an activity that will allow them to learn while having fun. I will do this by understanding each child's needs and goals than creating a plan which includes these elements to extend their music skills by both having aims and objectives for each child.I offer an enthusiastic approach to teaching the basics of music in a highly engaging, exciting manner. My comforting and nurturing qualities allow children to connect with me effortlessly. My exposition is young and friendly enabling me to get down to children's level, making communication clear and easily understood. This provides me with the ability to educate children and consult parents confidently, as a trustworthy and dedicated worker. 
  • 7+ years of singing experience, performing at Wollongong High School functions such as Music Nights, The Illawarra Folk Festival and local gigs. Musical Theatre/Dance performances put on by Thirroul Dance Academy at the IPAC and various eisteddfods.
  • Singing tuition through Thirroul Music Academy, Private tutors, Thirroul Dance Academy, various workshops and music camps.
  • Piano and Music Theory tuition through private tutors, teachers and university students.
  • 5 years of ensemble singing including performances at Wollongong High School, the Sydney Town Hall and Southern Stars.
  • Intermediate level of Piano, Guitar, and previously Trombone.
  • Competent understanding of Music Theory
  • High academic achievements in Music, Drama and Dance.
  • Experience using Musescore, Garageband and other composition/ recording software.
  • Coaching and Mentoring experience with children in a range of settings such as surf club training and sporting events.
  

Claudia Privett

Piano | Intro to Music

My goal is to teach young children the beginnings and focus on the fun of music as well as piano techniques.My passion is to help children to reach their goals by trialling different methods and developing their niche.

Dilara Aktas

Piano | Music Technology

Emma Price

Woodwind | Piano | SKEPic Improv

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

Positive reinforcement, confidence-building, inspiration and well-being.Emma Price began her musical journey as an angelic music scholar in a convent school in the heart of the English countryside. Classically trained, but always with a cheeky grin, Emma has enjoyed a unique and hugely varied career as musician and entertainer: from classical concerts to dark smoky cabarets, street performing to improvised musicals, comedy podcasts to playing accordion & singing in a folk band
 oh, and dancing the can-can whilst playing the flute! 
You name it, she’s probably done it! This lady’s ethos is all about variety, authenticity, and above all...PLAY!

Jed Wilson

Guitar | Piano

I have a great passion for music and a desire to share it with others and encourage them on their own musical journey.My goal is to improve my teaching and offer a more in-depth approach to learning the guitar that maintains focus on the student's areas of passion in music. If I am to do so, I will do so gradually to avoid stunting the students progress.

Rowan Keyes

Piano

I have extensive knowledge of a range of AMEB syllabuses including classical, contemporary and Rockschool of which I have completed myself meaning that I have been able to develop more effective ways of teaching not only set-pieces but the aural tests, sight-reading and general knowledge components which are all important in terms of musical development. In addition, I have an in-depth knowledge of advanced music theory that is a crucial aspect of teaching.During my time teaching, I have refined my teaching methods to include a mixture of all of the skills listed above in order to ensure that my students become well-rounded musicians. For high school students, I offer a teaching method that works concurrently with the NESA Curriculum and will prepare students for HSC Music 1/Music 2 and Extension Music courses. This involves work with aural skills to be able to recognise intervals, tonality, cadences and chord progressions and define these under the concepts of music as well as choosing a repertoire that is suitable for HSC Topics.In 2021, I will further my own learning as I complete my theory and diploma exams. This will provide me not only with official qualifications but also further knowledge that I can pass on to my students. I hope to incorporate more of the AMEB Rockschool syllabus into my teaching this year as the practical, aural and theory skills provided in this syllabus are very effective. More importantly, the repertoire is interesting to the students so they will have more motivation to practice and refine their pieces. I found this to be the case as I started to teach this syllabus in late 2020.My goal is to inspire a love of music in my students as well as improve their skills across all areas of their musicianship including theory, aural skills and practice. If these skills are developed from the beginning of a student's tuition, it will benefit them greatly as they progress in their learning.Another goal is also to motivate my students to practice more effectively as this is often a problem - especially for younger students. I do this by selecting repertoire from a wide range of genres that interests students and also using a variety of platforms including Musico, musictheory.net and AMEB workbooks. The range of platforms allows me to select the most effective way for students to learn individually.

Yazmin Cotter

Singing | Piano | Intro to Music

As a music teacher, I offer a range of skills including excellent interpersonal skills, a great communicator am knowledgeable and experienced in performance and theory.In the last 12 months, I have taught a range of students in both vocal, piano, guitar and introduction to music.My goal as a music tutor is to build and develop on my learning programs, looking at the latest trends in the industryI would first seek feedback from my current students and identify opportunities for improvement based on the feedback provided. Another way I would look to change the learning experience would be to research different learning techniques through colleagues and teaching resources

Zac Ellevsen

Singing | Piano | Guitar

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

By changing the way i approach each students individual learning experience

Guitar

Corey McCrossin

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

Jason McHugh

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

Jed Wilson

Guitar | Piano

Loki Hines

Guitar

Zac Ellevsen

Singing | Piano | Guitar

Corey McCrossin

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

I offer a fun, laid back style of teaching allowing the students to engage in the music and peaking their interest without forcing anything or driving them away. I have played the drums for around 10 years, bass and guitar for around 8 years, piano/synth for 6 years and recently have started learning Saxophone and the EWI (Electric Wind Instrument). I have always found myself interested in musical instruments which may stray from the norm.If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?One of my goals as a teacher would be to improve my own abilities as it is the profession I would like to see myself in later on down the line. The other would be to see the students learn and grow throughout the years and to watch them enjoy and master their instruments.

Jason McHugh

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

Jed Wilson

Guitar | Piano

I have a great passion for music and a desire to share it with others and encourage them on their own musical journey.My goal is to improve my teaching and offer a more in-depth approach to learning the guitar that maintains focus on the student's areas of passion in music. If I am to do so, I will do so gradually to avoid stunting the students progress.

Loki Hines

Guitar

Zac Ellevsen

Singing | Piano | Guitar

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

By changing the way i approach each students individual learning experience

Drums

Andrew ‘Bano’ Banovich

Drums | Percussion

Corey McCrossin

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

Ethan Ferguson

Drums | Guitar

Jason McHugh

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

Andrew ‘Bano’ Banovich

Drums | Percussion

Corey McCrossin

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

I offer a fun, laid back style of teaching allowing the students to engage in the music and peaking their interest without forcing anything or driving them away. I have played the drums for around 10 years, bass and guitar for around 8 years, piano/synth for 6 years and recently have started learning Saxophone and the EWI (Electric Wind Instrument). I have always found myself interested in musical instruments which may stray from the norm.If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?One of my goals as a teacher would be to improve my own abilities as it is the profession I would like to see myself in later on down the line. The other would be to see the students learn and grow throughout the years and to watch them enjoy and master their instruments.

Ethan Ferguson

Drums | Guitar

Jason McHugh

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

Theory & Composition | Music Technology | Sound & Lighting

Corey McCrossin

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

Dilara Aktas

Piano | Music Technology

Jeremy Boulton

Nicolas Serray

Music Theory & Composition | Guitar

Corey McCrossin

Drums | Guitar | Sound & Lighting

I offer a fun, laid back style of teaching allowing the students to engage in the music and peaking their interest without forcing anything or driving them away. I have played the drums for around 10 years, bass and guitar for around 8 years, piano/synth for 6 years and recently have started learning Saxophone and the EWI (Electric Wind Instrument). I have always found myself interested in musical instruments which may stray from the norm.If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?One of my goals as a teacher would be to improve my own abilities as it is the profession I would like to see myself in later on down the line. The other would be to see the students learn and grow throughout the years and to watch them enjoy and master their instruments.

Dilara Aktas

Piano | Music Technology

Jeremy Boulton

A former recipient of the Opera Australia Student Scholarship and graduate of the Talent Development Project, Jeremy has featured as a concert soloist for the Opera Australia Benevolent Fund, Sydney Conservatorium of Music (Early Music Ensemble, Chamber Choir), Argyle Orchestra (Hobart, Australia), Opera Projects Sydney, con voci Chamber Choir (Wollongong, Australia) and Fiori Musicali (Armidale, Australia).Jeremy has also been engaged professionally by the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Gondwana Choirs with The Muffat Collective as Aeneas in Dido & Æneas (Purcell), St. Paul's College in King Arthur ​(Purcell) and by The Co-operative as the Secret Police Agent in The Consul (Menotti) and Death in Savitri (Holst). Additionally, Jeremy has featured in the ensembles of Don Giovanni (Mozart) and I Pagliacci (Leoncavallo) for the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.Winner of both the Margaret Olive Stewart Bequest Scholarship and the PATIM Fund Scholarship, Jeremy studies with Maree Ryan AM. In the 2018 Sydney Eisteddfod, Jeremy was the Runner Up in the Intermediate Vocal Scholarship (Dame Joan Sutherland Memorial Award). Jeremy received joint first prize at the 4th Fresno State Art Song Festival, (California, USA) and was awarded the Demant Dreikurs scholarship upon winning the Lieder Competition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music for 2020. He also received artist assistance from the Sidney Myer Fund & The Myer Foundation's National Assistance Program and an Italian language merit scholarship to L'Università Per Stranieri di Perugia (The University for Foreigners Perugia, Italy) through L'Istituto di Cultura (Italian Cultural Institute, Sydney).Jeremy is currently reading for a Masters of Opera Performance on the John Holt Todd and Florence Todd Scholarship at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, having completed his Bachelor of Music (Performance) in 2020 at the same institution; also on a merit scholarship. Masterclasses include that by Jessica Pratt, Gerald Finley OC, CBE and Dr Graham Johnson OBE.​Jeremy’s other work includes scoring for short films (Absence - Best Film, Martini Awards 2017) and stage productions of The Tempest (Shakespeare, Phoenix Theatre Company), Blood Wedding (Lorca) and Ash Girl (Wertenbaker). He is a Full Member (Arranger) of the Music Arrangers’ Guild of Australia (M.A.G.A.) and an Ambassador for ClassikON. Jeremy is also the Manager of APRA Art Music Award Winning ensemble, Steel City Strings Chamber Orchestra.Orchestral commissions include The Curious Story of the Bushy-Tailed Drop Bear (tone poem for orchestra) for the Illawarra On Pointe Orchestra.

Nicolas Serray

Music Theory & Composition | Guitar

Nicolas started learning guitar at the age of 7 after completing the Children Music Education (ChiME) program at the Wollongong Conservatorium of Music.He completed all of his guitar AMEB exams, receiving an A - Honours for his final 8th Grade exam.Now, he is studying a Bachelor of Music (Performance) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music under the tutelage of Russian Guitar virtuoso Vladimir Gorbach.

Woodwind | Brass

Matthew Bell

Brass | School Bands

Emma Price

Woodwind | Piano | SKEPic Improv

Matthew Bell

Brass | School Bands

Experience in playing and teaching Trombone, Euphonium and Tuba at a high level. Also, experience teaching trumpet at a beginner/intermediate level.I also offer a passion for providing quality music tuition to foster the next generation of musicians.My goal is to develop students to a good level whilst getting them excited about music. Through this process, I also aim to improve my own teaching. By getting them excited about music by showing them recordings/videos of amazing players on their instrument. I also would do this by reacting to where they are at and not pushing them beyond what they are currently capable of.

Emma Price

Woodwind | Piano | SKEPic Improv

If I am to change a students learning experience how will I do this?

Positive reinforcement, confidence-building, inspiration and well-being.Emma Price began her musical journey as an angelic music scholar in a convent school in the heart of the English countryside. Classically trained, but always with a cheeky grin, Emma has enjoyed a unique and hugely varied career as musician and entertainer: from classical concerts to dark smoky cabarets, street performing to improvised musicals, comedy podcasts to playing accordion & singing in a folk band
 oh, and dancing the can-can whilst playing the flute! 
You name it, she’s probably done it! This lady’s ethos is all about variety, authenticity, and above all...PLAY!

Admin Team @ The Academy

Bethany Bracamonte

Singing | Assistant Director

Mel Martin

Singing

Rowena Gibbons

Administration

Brett Lucas

Director | CEO MBL Creative

Bethany Bracamonte

Singing | Assistant Director

Mel Martin

Singing

Rowena Gibbons

Administration

Brett Lucas

Director | CEO MBL Creative

CONFIDENCE AND CREATIVITY: MUSICIAN FINDS KEY TO REINVENTING PERFORMING ARTS SCHOOL

Brett Lucas continues to expand The Academy of Music Dance Drama through increased enrollment and growing curriculum

Thirroul, NSW - Brett Lucas, the reinvented founder of The Academy of Music Dance Drama, runs his school with this in mind: “I am on a mission to empower the creative minds and create more creative markets.” Brett has run The Academy of Music Dance Drama since 2018 and has continuously worked to transform it into the South Coast’s leading performing arts school, refusing to let a global pandemic stand in his way. Brett has increased student enrollment despite the standstill that COVID-19 has created for most people. In his three years of owning The Academy of Music Dance Drama, Brett took enrollment from 75 to over 250 students, with most new additions within the past year.Before he took over The Academy of Music Dance Drama, Brett was a performer himself, freelancing with the Melbourne Symphony, State Orchestra of Victoria, Australian Ballet, Australian Opera, and other professional arts organizations. He graduated from Victoria College of Arts with a performance degree and soon after got his teaching degree. Following a few years in the corporate field, he felt he wasn’t getting enough value from the work he was doing so he turned to social work. There he learned all about how he could make a difference for people and he went on to complete his MBA with a focus on social impact.Brett’s background in performing, teaching, and working as a social worker provided him with a wide range of knowledge and tools necessary to run a performing arts school and take it to the next level. Brett works, not just to teach students how to perform, but also to have confidence in their ability and creativity in their product.
“I believe in the difference to encourage and nurture community spirit by having a safe place to grow and create skills and confidence without judgment,” said Brett. “Not everybody will become the best performer but the soft skills and presentation certainly give the student a competitive edge in their school and potential working lives.”
Participation in the arts is proven to help children develop their motor skills, grow their imagination, and improve their academic performance. Brett acknowledges that while not everyone is destined to be a great artist, taking part in the arts can help students to develop a variety of life skills off the stage.
“As the leader of The Academy of Music Dance Drama, Brett brings not only his experience to the mission of enriching our children’s lives through creative expression, he also cares about families and community,” said Danielle Dobson, author, speaker, and parent to three students at The Academy of Music Dance Drama.
Brett is currently completing his Master of Laws at the University of New South Wales, which he hopes to use to add more curriculum to The Academy of Music Dance Drama by including the legal side of the arts in classes.Running The Academy of Music Dance Drama with a focus on confidence and creativity is what helps set Brett’s worldview apart from any other performing arts school. He sets his students up for success in many different aspects of life, helping to prepare them for whatever their future may hold. For more information on Brett Lucas and The Academy of Music Dance Drama, visit the social links below. Media Contact:Olivia Bowyer | brands@deadhb.com | (864) 504-8892 About Brett Lucas:Brett Lucas has been involved in the arts since he was a child, attending Victorian College of the Arts and performing as a freelancer performing with the Melbourne Symphony, State Orchestra of Victoria, Australian Ballet, Australian Opera and many other professional Arts organizations, all before the age of 19. After getting his degree in performance, he went on to complete his teaching degree, where his passion for performing soon developed into inspiring and encouraging the next generation to go after their dreams.In 2009, Brett realized the corporate lifestyle didn’t give him any value and he didn’t feel like he was helping people to the best of his ability. He put his MBA on hold and began working as a social worker, where he was able to develop a better understanding of social change and how he could be a part of that change. Brett went on to complete his MBA but this time with a focus on social impact. With such a broad range of experience, Brett is able to use his skills to create a well-rounded experience for his students.Since taking over The Academy of Music Dance Drama in 2018, Brett has completely reinvented the school. Enrollment has more than tripled, class offerings have expanded, and a large focus has shifted on growing the confidence and creativity of each student. “I am on a mission to empower the creative minds and create more creative markets,” says Brett. “It’s not just the promise of the ‘belting out the ballad’ Celine Dion-style or making it on X-Factor. I want performers to make a difference to their own happiness whatever it may be, through developing their own values and being part of the community.”Now that the success of The Academy of Music Dance Drama has taken off, Brett is in the process of completing his Master of Laws at the University of New South Wales in order to grow the school even more and help the students understand all of the legal aspects of the performing industry. Brett is not only growing his school but also assisting other businesses and individuals in expanding their strategies in the arts. This multifaceted man is always learning, not just from his schooling, but from his students, and is always trying to be the best that he can be. About Dead Horse Branding:Dead Horse Branding (DHB) is a one-stop-shop branding machine that can: design, develop, market, publicize, license, and manage entertainment entities. Custom plans for unique brands such as legendary producer Tony Brown, bright artists EmiSunshine, Baha Men, and various others who have made their mark on pop culture! Visit deadhorsebranding.com for more information. Brett Interviewed by Nick Rheinberger ABC Radio - Wednesday 21st April 2021

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