University of Exeter Chapel Choir Choral and Organ Scholarship
Awarded by University of Exeter
Annual scholarships offered to choral and organ practitioners to aid in recitals on behalf of the chapel choir.
From the 10 choral scholarships available, 4 are offered to sopranos, 2 each for other voice parts of alto (male and female), tenor and bass. The award for senior organ scholarship status will require recipients to direct the choir when required.
Based on audition. The Director of Chapel Music will invite for competitive audition on the basis of applications demonstrating a high level of competence and experience plus details of two referees familiar with the applicant's ability.
10 (choral) and 2 (organ)
1 year initially but may be renewed for the duration of study, where appropriate
£400 per year for choral scholars, £700 per year for senior organ scholars, £300 per year for junior organ scholars
Applicants can contact the Director for more information and request an application form.
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