Application Deadline: May fifteenth 2017
SAMRO Foundation is calling for qualified console players who view themselves as experts of the ivories to go up against their companions and flex their fingers in the 2017 SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition for Keyboard Players.
One of the highlights of the melodic year, the current year’s SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition is for Pianists, Organists, Harpsichordists and other console players. Four years back musicians Bokani Dyer and Jan Hugo caught the spotlight and left with grants to help upgrade their innovative professions. They demonstrated their specialized ability and their interpretive inventiveness among many associates from around the nation.
To be qualified to contend in the 2017 SAMRO Overseas Scholarships Competition, hopefuls must be a music understudy or expert instrumentalist between the ages of 20 and 32, and a national of South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho or Swaziland.
The opposition happens on more than three schedules: a preparatory round (in which a board of adjudicators select the top hopefuls from the applications got), a semi-final round (in which the shortlisted Western Art and jazz music applicants contend) and a last round, which will appear as an open show at UNISA’s ZK Matthew’s Hall on 26 August 2017, highlighting exhibitions by the main two competitors in every classification.
Hopeful applicants must download the controls and the application frame from the SAMRO Foundation site (www.samrofoundation.org.za).
Discover the controls for the 2017 SAMRO Overseas Scholarhips Competition for Keyboard Players here.
To apply please download and fill in the three pages underneath.
Pages 1 and 2 can be spared and messaged. Just page 3 should be printed, marked, edited and messaged.
It would be ideal if you present each of the three pages in a solitary email to [email protected]:
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the SAMRO Foundation Overseas Scholarships Competition 2017