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Scholarship Application Form
Scholarships are only available to applicants between the ages of eight and sixteen. They are not suitable for beginners, with ABRSM Grade 7 equivalent or above the minimum level of attainment expected.
There is no charge for applying for a scholarship, and no expenses will be offered to candidates who do apply. Successful candidates will be expected to pay for printed music and exam and festival entry fees at cost.
1. Applicant Details
Date of Birth:
Address Line 1:
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2. Musical Experience
Please provide details of the instruments that you play, and the total time you have played them. You should include your most recent exam results, and any other indicators of the standards you have reached. Please outline all of your musical activities to date, including ensemble membership and chamber music (where applicable) and any solo projects that you have undertaken.
3. Musical Ambitions
In no more than 1,000 words, explain how studying and performing music has changed your life and how winning a scholarship would help you to achieve your musical ambitions.
Please provide contact details for someone who is willing to act as your referee. This can be anyone qualified to write about your musical abilities, for example a music teacher or a class teacher.
Relationship to Applicant:
5. Special Needs
Please tell me if you have any physical or sensory impairment which requires the administration of your audition and interview to be adapted (for example, by providing enlarged sight-reading tests).
6. How did you hear about this scholarship?
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