Rune Nydal to train at the Conservatorium
Congratulations to Rune Nydal, who graduated BAMT in 2014 and has just now been accepted to study at the Queensland Conservatorium's Musical Theatre course.
"Rune came to BAMT straight out of high school and was eager to discover his potential in the world of musical theatre," says Head of BAMT, Su Wilkinson. "When he began, he had minimal singing or dancing experience, but over his two years at BAMT he worked hard to develop his skills and grew into an outstanding performer."
While he studied, he also performed in BAMT's productions of A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM, CURTAINS and FOOTLOOSE and played Bill Bailey in the ensemble of Harvest Rain's arena production of CATS at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
"I loved getting to know Rune during his time at BAMT," says producer and BAMT founder, Tim O'Connor. "He is such a hard worker. He pushed himself to get in great shape while he trained with us, and once he finished the course he knew he wanted to develop his dancing so he did a year's training with ADPI, and I'm so thrilled to see him now continuing his development at the Conservatorium."
Congratulations, Rune. We wish you well as you continue to follow your dreams!