Music, books, recordings and education resources from the Australian Music Centre
The Australian Music Centre's publishing activities span traditional and digital sheet music, CDs, teacher resource kits, books and our online magazine Resonate.
We provide a facsimile reproduction service for our represented composers and sound artists, enabling their unpublished works to be made available for sale as scores and performance parts. Over 12,000 works are available through this facility, the majority of which is professionally typeset.
The AMC is is registered with the National Library of Australia, and is supplied with ISMNs (International Standard Music Number) by the NLA to assign to the scores that we are is licensed to reproduce. Works held at the Centre by represented composers who hold positions at tertiary institutions are recognised by the institution as research.
Hire of Parts
Our Hire Library provides sets of performance parts to professional and amateur orchestral and chamber groups.
In order to make a hire request, please use our hire enquiry form.
We regularly undertake publishing projects with musicologists and creative artists to make available significant research into Australian music.
We work with respected teachers and music education specialists to produce education materials for which can easily be implemented in classroom settings to meet syllabus requirements.
The Australian Music Centre publishes CD recordings under the Vox Australis label. Over 20 CDs have been released covering contemporary composition, jazz, world music and music theatre.