We’re going to kick off with a song called “Drifting” and it’s written by a Swedish lady called Anna Begurlof.
I was born in a little town in the middle of Sweden.
My mum always listened to Pink Floyd, had Bjork like CDs and I was a big mess when it came to music.
I was enrolled in Environmental Science and during O week I realised there was a music program here and I was like ‘Oh my god’ I can’t not do it.
I think I’ve always known that I want to do music. It’s always been there but I think coming here and deciding to do music here has really been good for me. Getting more routines and actually starting to climb up to get up to a professional level.
My favourite classes is the one-on-one classes with our vocal teacher here.
Right now I am doing stage management which is making sure that everything runs smoothly and it’s on time and making sure things that are meant to be on stage are on stage.
I’m also doing more things later, working at festivals. We have really good contacts with different festivals around the area.
Every Wednesday I run open mike at the Unibar. If you want you can sing a song, play guitar. I am the open mike lady.
First up on stage we have my beautiful friend Dylan Pinkerton.
I go a lot to the library because they have a really good section for both music and mixing and production and they have a whole area with just CDs that you can borrow too.
It’s one of the best libraries I’ve ever been to.
What I like about Lismore is it’s a very diverse and accepting community. I’m vegan and a lot of people here really care about that and a lot of whole food shops and really nice cafes and the nature is just amazing. Just here at the campus it's really nice to step outside for a bit and have a short walk, see some koalas.
I’ve really gotten the space to grow and choose my own way and have always been supported all the way.