Music Scholarships

Here are some of the Music scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.

Wisler Memorial Scholarship

Major: Music GPA: 3.00 Class Level: Incoming freshmen, Continuing or Transferring student

J. Burton Vasche Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: Major: BUSINESS/ECONOMICS/EDUCATION/MUSIC GPA: 3.50 Class Level: Continuing or Graduate student (Named in memory of CSU Stanislaus • Upper division or graduate standing• Evidence of campus leadership

Arques Charitable Education Trust - Scholarship

Giving to applicants enrolled in a graduate program in a recognized university in either classical voice or veterinary medicine. Application form required. Initial approach: Letter Copies of proposal: 1 Deadline(s): Mar. 1 Final notification: 30 days Limited to residents of CA.

The ASCAP Foundation Leiber & Stoller Music Schlarships

Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller, writers of such hits as Hound Dog, Kansas City, Jailhouse Rock, Stand By Me, On Broadway, and Is That All There Is?, developed and funded this program which celebrates their 40th anniversary as collaborators. This scholarship provides assistance to young aspiring songwriters, musicians and vocalists. Two awards are given each year: one to an incoming freshman at Berklee College of Music in Boston, for which the school auditions the recipient; the second recipient is auditioned by the Young Musicians Foundation in Los Angeles.

The ASCAP Foundation Irving Caesar Scholarship

This scholarship was established to preserve the name and legacy of Irving Caesar, a prolific and beloved lyricist who wrote hundreds of songs over the course of his long life including, Tea For Two, Swanee, Animal Crackers in My Soup as well as the childrens educational song series, Songs of Safety and Songs of Friendship.

The ASCAP Foundation Charlotte V. Bergen Scholarship

Awarded to the top ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer age 18 or under, this scholarship is made possible by The Frank & Lydia Bergen Foundation and is named in memory their daughter, Charlotte, a lover of classical music. The scholarship is to be used for music study at an accredited college or music conservatory.

The ASCAP Foundation Michael Masser Scholarship

Michael Masser, composer/producer of such classic songs as The Greatest Love of All and Saving All My Love For You, established this scholarship to support the educational advancement, professional development, professional training and development of a student demonstrating outstanding talent in the arts. It is presented annually to a student. By nomination.

The ASCAP Foundation Livingston & Evans Music Scholarship

The Estates of the late Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, writers of such hits as Mona Lisa and Que Sera, Sera fund this scholarship program to support aspiring songwriters and musicians. The Young Musicians Foundation in Los Angeles selects the recipient.

The ASCAP Foundation Louis Armstrong Jazz Scholarship Honoring Duke Ellington at UCLA

Inaugurated in the year of Ellingtons Centennial, two scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students of jazz composition at UCLA. The music faculty at the school oversees selection of the students. The program is funded through an endowment provided by the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation.

The ASCAP Foundation Louis Dreyfus Warner-Chappell City College Scholarship

Honoring renowned ASCAP members George and Ira Gershwin and named for Louis Dreyfus, co-founder of the U.S. Division of Chappell Music (now part of Warner/Chappell Music), the Gershwins publisher, this scholarship is presented each year to a composition student for a score written for dance, film/video or theater. The student must be enrolled in either the B.A. or B.F.A. program at the City College/City University of New York, Ira Gershwins alma mater.

The ASCAP Foundation Louis Armstrong Scholarship

Underwritten by an endowment from the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation, this scholarship is presented annually to a jazz composition student. The recipient must be a matriculated student at the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College/City University of New York. ASCAP member Louis Armstrong, who lived in Queens for decades, had strong ties to Queens College.

The ASCAP Foundation Max Dreyfus Scholarship

This scholarship, created to identify young talent and to encourage the study of musical theater, is presented each year to a student at NYUs Tisch School of the Arts. Funded by an endowment from the Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, it honors the music publisher Max Dreyfus who served on ASCAPs Board for 50 years and was a mentor to many musical theater legends. It is funded by a generous gift from the Max & Victoria Dreyfus Foundation.

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