Do you wish to study music at Friends University? If yes, then you have good news. Friends University Fine Arts is proudly announcing the Jazz Soloist Competition for the students in need of aid to achieve musical excellence. The current high school juniors and seniors playing the saxophone, trumpet, and trombone, bass, piano, guitar, and drums are encouraged to apply for the scholarship.
The purpose of offering the Jazz Soloist Competition is to support students desiring to pursue a career in music. The scholarship aims to grant financial benefits to the students. The scholarship also encourages students to follow their passion for music and achieve success.
Friends University was founded in 1898. It is a private non-denominational Christian university in Wichita, Kansas. Friends University is a place which focuses on the well-being of students. The University has used a coordinated approach to place student issues and concerns at the forefront by providing prompt and personal attention to students.
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The given table shall furnish more details regarding the competition to the entrant:
|Organization||Friends University Fine Arts|
|Educational Level||High School|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Application Deadline||January 15, 2021|
Who May be Eligible?
The applicant must follow the eligibility criteria to apply for the Jazz Soloist Competition-
The applicant must be current high school juniors and seniors playing the saxophone, trumpet, and trombone, bass, piano, guitar, and drums.
How to apply?
The applicants applying for the Jazz Soloist Competition must first visit the website page. Further, the applicant must complete the application form presented. The applicant will also have to upload a video performing melody and share it to Facebook tagging Friends University Jazz.
The beneficiary of the Jazz Soloist Competition will receive worthy awards.
The winner will receive an $80k total scholarship package over four years to attend Friends University and will also be honoured virtually at 28th annual Jazz Festival. Also, each instrument category winner will receive a $64k total scholarship package over four years.
The application deadline for the Jazz Soloist Competition is January 15, 2021. Late or incomplete application will not be considered.