Milly Day-Collett (2017) accepted to The Royal Academy of Music Congratulations to Milly Day-Collett (2017) on being accepted to The Royal Academy of Music in London. Starting in September this year, Milly will begin her MA in Musical Theatre. This is a highly competitive course and we are proud of Milly’s accomplishments. The Royal Academy of Music in London is the oldest conservatoire in the UK, founded in 1822, and its Musical Theatre Department functions as a theatre company with a direct link to the industry. When Milly heard the news, she said she was very excited and that she was 'forever appreciative of the of the time, effort, expertise and support from my teachers'. While at MLC School, Milly studied Music Extension for the Higher School Certificate and was a member of the Choir, the Music Committee, the Senior Chamber Choir, Stage Band and Symphonic Wind Band. She also sang a solo piece at the 2017 biennial Sydney Opera House Concert. At the 2017 Speech Night, Milly was the Runner-up to Dux of MLC School HSC Candidature (aeq.) and the winner of the awards for Modern History and All-round Academic Excellence. In 2020, Milly completed her Bachelor of Music at the University of Melbourne, graduating with first class honours. Photo caption: Milly at the 14th Biennial Sydney Opera House Concert, Legacy.