Here are some of the Music scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
Offers cash scholarships to high school vocalists and instrumentalists who are selected during the Civic Music Competition Weekend.
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Scholarship provides private lessons to selected 9th grade band and orchestra students who have not yet had the opportunity for private study.
Students in the Private Lesson Program are given the opportunity for lessons with a specialist on their instruments -- their first exposure to private music instruction. Through this program, students also participate in a workshop on Audition and Recital Preparation. As a culminating experience to the program, there is a year-end recital showcasing each participant in a solo performance before a live audience.
The Private Lesson Program is made possible in part through funds donated by Norbert J. Beihoff and CMA Friends.
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The Mary Ellen Gase Scholarship was created for talented voice and keyboard music students to pursue college studies in music education or performance and to share their love of music with the community.
● Minimum 3.0 GPA
● High school senior in voice/keyboard from Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy (SASA), or choir at Arthur Hill High School or Saginaw High School
● Four semesters in choir or voice/keyboard department
● Pursuing undergraduate degree in choral or keyboard music education or performance
● Full-time enrollment
Audition tape in voice, piano or organ (30); music achievements, honors or awards (30); scholastic record (10); essay on career goals (10); community involvement/leadership (10); recommendations (10). Bonus points will be awarded based on the length of time spent studying in the voice/keyboard department at SASA or choir at Arthur Hill or Saginaw High School. (up to 4 points).
To be eligible for the Davidson Fellowship, each applicant must: - Be a U.S. citizen or a permanent U.S. resident - Be under the age of 18 on October 1. Individuals born on or before October 1, 1986 are not eligible. There is no minimum age for eligibility. - Have completed a prodigious work in one of the following categories: Science, Technology, Mathematics, Music - Composer, Vocalist, Classical Instrumentalist or Jazz Instrumentalist, Literature, Philosophy, Outside the Box - a combination of Science, Technology or Mathematics AND Music, Literature or Philosophy. - Be able to demonstrate that the work is the applicant's own creation. Guidance from teachers and mentors is acceptable, as long as the work is the applicant's. - Be available to attend, with a parent/guardian, the awards reception and other recognition events to be held in Washington, DC in Sept.
Created by the generosity of Madrona Vineyards to encourage advanced education in the field of music.
Established in 1998 and formerly known as the Pickerington Music Boosters Scholarship, the Music Boosters will select participants in the Pickerington Music program to further their post-secondary education in the area of music.NO APPLICATION.
As a huge advocate of quality and higher education, Nick and Anna pledged in 2008 to create an endowed scholarship with First Command Educational Foundation (FCEF) in Anna’s name. In addition, the Riccos and FCEF are partnering to award two perpetual scholarships for UNT Journalism students. The Anna G. Ricco/FCEF Scholarship will award scholarships to eligible students at the UNT College of Music and the Mayborn Graduate School of Journalism.
1. A rising senior woman, preferably a soprano or a mezzo soprano.2. Voice, Music Education or Vocal performance major.3. Cumulative GPA 3.0; GPA 3.5 in major.
Applicant must be a Music major with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Preference for students majoring in Music.
1. Students who demonstrate exceptional singing ability, preferably a female vocalist.2. Applicants should ideally have a major course of study in Voice, Music Education, or Vocal Performance. However, an exceptional student who is active in vocal performance with a major outside of the above mentioned areas could be considered.3. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 for all college work and a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA for those courses which are part of their major course of study.
Applicant must be a junior or senior Music major with 3.0 GPA or better.
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