College Major Scholarships - Music Performance, General.

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AMCA Music Scholarship


Sponsored by: Associated Male Choruses of America
Amount: $1,000-$1,200
Apply by: March 1
Description: Applicants must be full-time students obtaining their bachelor's degree in a music-related field (with preference given to voice or choral concentrations) and be sponsored by a chorus of the Associated Male Choruses of America. Applicants must submit references and a personal letter.
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Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Fine Arts and Music Scholarship


Sponsored by: Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
Amount: Varies
Apply by: March 15
Description: Applicants must be current students at an accredited college or university, take at least six credit hours and be enrolled in a bachelor's of fine art, bachelor's of studio art, master's of fine art or bachelor's or master's in music program. Art students must major in painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography or printmaking. Preference for music scholarships is given to those studying acoustic mandolin or acoustic guitar. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
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Glenn Miller Scholarship Competition


Sponsored by: Glenn Miller Birthplace Society
Amount: $1,000-$4,000
Apply by: March 1
Description: Applicants may apply as instrumentalists or vocalists. They must be high school seniors or college freshmen who plan to focus on music in their future lives. Applicants must submit an audition CD or tape in addition to an application form. High school seniors may reapply as college freshmen as long as they weren't first-place winners the previous year.
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