Student Producer Panel January
Abbey Road Institute Australia is proud to present our students Eric Kordabalos, Joel Robinson, Tim Shearmen & Rochelle Bartlett on our Student Producers Panel for our upcoming Open Day on January 21st. Our students work will be on showcase all day throughout the campus and there will be open recording sessions on display throughout the day. The penultimate event of the Open Day will be our Student Producer Panel where they will comment on:
- Their experiences at Abbey Road Institute Melbourne.
- Goals and aspirations they have as producers
- How Abbey Road has helped them on their journey so far.
The Abbey Road Institute January Open Day is the perfect opportunity for you to come and meet our aspiring producers and ask them all your production questions in a Q&A format whilst amongst world class gear. The passion, drive and knowledge available at the student producers panel is surely not to be missed! Register Now!
An in-demand DJ within the Australian club scene, Joel is forging a strong reputation as a popular online electronic artist who’s work is now on rotation on local and International radio.
“Studying at ARI has helped me dramatically find my footing with production and signal flow. I enjoy collaborating with other producers and industry professionals at the institute”.
As a Trimester 1 student at Abbey Road Institute, Tim and has toured and recorded both internationally and nationally with a diverse genres of artists. Tim is also a highly sort after and celebrated multi-instrumentalist whose work is gaining increasing exposure locally and beyond.
“Studying at ARI is a perfect opportunity to work with a large number of global Industry people whom fortunately for me, not only expand my skill set but are continually driving me to reach my full potential within the industry”.
Eric is a multi-instrumentalist, performer and producer who, in 2016, has found himself in the privileged position of being rated by some of Australia’s most respected music publications as future force in the Australian hip hop scene.
“At ARI I have found that surrounding myself with other driven creatives has enabled me to have more confidence in my work. The continuous mentoring and access to the world class studios and staff has enabled me to catapult my skills not only personally, but professionally and confidently into the global market.”.
Rochelle is a versatile recording artist, performer, composer, singer songwriter, and producer. Her career to date has lead this budding virtuoso to focus her attention in adding top lining to her growing list of extensive achievements
“As a student at ARI, I’ve been introduced to an element of the industry that previously I thought was only suitable to other professionals.”.