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News February 1, 2023

Yamaha Australia Backs One-Year Scholarship For ‘Master Your Music’ Program

Senior Journalist, B2B
Yamaha Australia Backs One-Year Scholarship For ‘Master Your Music’ Program

Music Production for Women wants you!

The Melbourne-based educators are offering one scholarship spot for a female/non-binary individual to take part in their new, year-long “Master Your Music” program.

Yamaha Music Australia is supporting the scholarship, which will enable the Australian or Kiwi student to access weekly masterclasses in music production, mixing, music marketing, sound design and more, and is valued at more than $9,000.

Those masterclasses will be taught be actual masters.

The Music Network can confirm U.K.-based vocal producer and sound engineer Ramera Abraham (Adele, Stormzy, Little Mix) and U.S.-based artist and producer Lillian Frances will take the lead.

Also, students will receive monthly group mentoring sessions to help them achieve their music goal for the year, explains MPW founder Xylo Aria, along with access to a “supportive and safe community”.

“I’m so excited about the impact that this program has had on our student’s lives last year, which was the first year we launched it,” notes Aria, the East London artist, producer and Top 50 East London Innovator of 2020.

“Most importantly, the confidence in our students, gained through the realisation of producing their own music when previously it was barely within the realm of possibility, has been an absolute pleasure to witness”.

To participate in the one-year, remotely-delivered program, students will require access to a laptop, headphones and a copy of Ableton.

Ableton Live Intro will be provided to the scholarship winner, confirms Aria, with the option to upgrade by way of a special discount.

Applications for the program close midnight AEST on Feb. 6, and are open only to hopefuls in Australian and New Zealand.

MPW London Event

For the application form and further details on the program, click here.

MPW was launched in 2020 to give female musicians the skills take on the music industry with “confidence and to help and guide them through every step of the process through providing education, community support, visible role models and encouragement,” reads its mission statement.

More than 6,000 participants from over 120 countries have begun their journey in music production through MPW’s courses and workshops.

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