The Serenade Files’ digital magazine is a self-funded, independent publication that features written work, illustrations, and photos contributed by its members.
It is free to read the magazine but please consider a monetary contribution so that we can continue to pay our contributors and bring you high quality content for years to come.
Based in South Australia, The Serenade Files’ magazine has an Australia-wide focus on the artists, entrepreneurs, and innovators who are putting our great nation on the world map. A talented team of Australian contributors has been involved in creating these issues.
ISSUE 3 – JULY – SEPTEMBER 2019
Issue 3 features an interview with Tamara Linke (voice artist), Katie Dridan’s new artistic venture (artist/founder of Dridan Printmaking), Jayke Melling’s return to the stage (singer), Rachel Cearns newfound means of self-expression (musician/sculptor), Adelaide’s newest arts festival for emerging artists, part three of the short story by Andreas Bukhardi, and professional development for creatives.
ISSUE 2 – APRIL – JUNE 2019
Issue 2 features an interview with Tom Heuzenroeder (sound designer), Tania Savelli and Katrina Ryan’s exciting new Eisteddfod (director and vocal coach at the Vocal Hub Collective respectively), the Diamond Duo’s latest projects (magicians/dancers), information about Entertainment Assist (an organisation advocating for wellbeing in the arts industry), Angelic Music’s (artist/entrepreneur) compositions, part two of the short story by Andreas Bukhardi, and professional development articles for creatives.
ISSUE 1 – JANUARY – MARCH 2019
The inaugural issue features an interview with Mike Ladd (ABC radio producer/poet), Deborah Caddy’s upcoming tour (The Phantom of the Opera world tour), Alex Hosking’s latest role (singer/songwriter), Josh Belperio’s latest production for Adelaide Fringe (performer/producer), a behind-the-scenes look at Adelaide’s new Bachelor of Music Theatre course (University of Adelaide), Chris Larkin’s success in games music (composer), a short story by Andreas Bukhardi, and other arts industry news and tips.
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