|Indiana University Jacobs School of Music||The FREDERICK WILKINS and RICHARD W. BOSSE FLUTE SCHOLARSHIP||The Indiana University Foundation in Bloomington, Indiana, would like to announce that James J. Pellerite, Professor Emeritus (Flute), Jacobs School of Music has graciously funded the Frederick Wilkins and Richard W. Bosse Flute Scholarship.
The scholarship is available to undergraduate and graduate students in the Jacobs School of Music who are majoring in flute. Recipients are to be talented flutists whose musical involvements span a broad spectrum and their performance interests may include a variety of styles such as classical, early music, jazz, or world music. Recipients are to display an innovative approach to their paths and a passion for education and music entrepreneurship.
Frederick Wilkins was solo flutist of the "Voice of Firestone" on radio and television, the Radio City Music Hall Orchestra, New York City Ballet and the New York City Opera. He also taught flute at the Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music and Teachers College (NYC). His reputation as a dedicated teacher attracted many talented students who distinguished themselves as performers including Herbie Mann, Paul Horn, Murray Panitz, Byron Hester and James J. Pellerite.
Richard W. Bosse, President and CEO of the Artley Flute Co. in Elkhart, Indiana, established himself as a pioneer in flute manufacturing. Bosse joined Artley in 1953 as a part-time auditor and assumed control of the company two years later when Don Artley, then President, passed away.
In 1957, Frederick Wilkins joined Artley as Vice President and Educational Director. Wilkins' program has been described as one of the most successful endeavors to inspire students to further their study of the flute. Artley clinics and masterclasses conducted by Wilkins and other eminent flutists influenced other flute manufacturers to launch similar programs.
In 1963, Artley moved into a new, state of the art facility for that period. Bosse's philosophy on craftsmanship as it relates to the working environment was evident in the new plant design. This was uniquely successful in bringing the Artley student flute to a level that set the bar for quality workmanship in assembly line flute making. Wilkins continued his quest for the finer flute, and his research in flute making led to the development of the Wilkins Model Flute.
|Contributions to the Frederick Wilkins and Richard W. Bosse Flute Scholarship can be sent to: The Indiana University Foundation c/o Brian Yeley, JD, P.O. Box 500, Bloomington, IN 47402|
|University of Idaho||Teaching Assistantship||in flute and related areas will be available for 2013-2014||Flute Studio
The Lionel Hampton School of Music Graduate Programs
College of Graduate Studies
University of Idaho
|George Washington University||Presidential Arts Scholarships in Music||The only requirements for scholarship winners are full-time student status and registration for 3 credits of applied music (which translates to an hour lesson wach week and a relevant large ensemble--band, orchestra, chorus).||$7,500 in tuition remission renewable for four years.||
Jan Schuller, jschul@GWIS2.CIRC.GWU.EDU
|The Hartt School||20/20||A tuition free program for undergraduates or graduates of exceptional ability on their instrument. As there is normally only one flute in the program a scholarship is not offered all years. Successful candidates enroll in a regular degree program but have additional activities designed to prepare them for professional performing careers.||Auditions are in February.||James Jacobs
Director of Admissions
The Hartt School
University of Hartford
West Hartford, CT 06117
|Louisiana State University (School of Music)||Undergraduate tuition scholarships and LMAA Service Awards||Undergraduate tuition scholarships cover full tuition for both LA and out-of-state students. The number of scholarships depends on the number of qualified applicants and the number of openings in the teacher's studio. The only stipulation is that the student must maintain a certain grade point average (usually 3.0) during his/her college career.||
LMAA awards are $640 in cash for each semester (usually given in addition to the tuition scholarship). They are awarded to outstanding students for participating in a large ensemble such as orchestra or band. In addition, if one participates in the Tiger Marching Band, there is an extra $640 for the fall semester.
School of Music
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
|University of Evansville||Department of Music Scholarships||Most flute students who pursue a music degree at the University of Evansville can expect to receive financial aid, but the amount will be determined by a number of facors, only one of which is the audition. Other factors items to be considered include academic qualifications, such as standardized test scores, high school grades as reflected on the transcript, class rank, and the financial standing of the student's family.||March 1 of each year||Dr. Alan Solomon
Head, Music Department
University of Evansville
1800 Lincoln Avenue
Evansville, IN 47722
|Bowling Green State University, College of Musical Arts, OH 43403||Music Talent Award (undergraduates), Teaching Assistantships (Graduate, MM)||MTA is based on musical skills. This past year we offered 5 and some were for relief of out-of-state tuition $5000, $3,000, and $2,500 and some covered half of tuition all the way down to $500. Teaching assistantships waive all tuition (in state or out), provide for 2 free summers and $2,400 living stipend as well. Total value of package ranges from $17,000 to $24,000 (in the neighborhood as I do not have the exact figures in front of me.) A flute assistantship is available for 1997-99 which includes teaching the Music Education Flute Methods Class and some private lessons for minors and electives.||The earlier the better. Decisions are made by the end of March if not sooner.||Dr. Victor Ellsworth
Assistant Dean, College of Musical Arts
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Judith Bentley, Professor of Flute
email: email@example.com (same address)
|Southwest Missouri State University||Visit the music department home page at Southwest Missouri State and click on music scholarships.|
|Delta State University, Cleveland, MS||Band awards, up to full tuition||Awards are given on the basis of performance ability. They range from
$400 per semester to full tuition. Out-of-state tuition waivers may be
possible as well. Awards are good for up to nine semesters. The number
of scholarships depends on the number of qualified applicants.
Recipients must participate in concert and marching bands and maintain
a 2.5 grade point average. Majors, minors, and non-majors are eligible
for scholarships. For more info: http://www.deltastate.edu/pages/1506.asp
|Dr. Shelley Collins
|Malone College, Canton, Ohio||Band awards. $500-$1000 a year, renewable for duration of enrollment. Available to all students regardless of major.||Awards are made on the basis of performance ability. Recipients must participate in concert and marching band and maintain a 2.5 average.||Janet Becker
Instructor of Flute
515 25th St. N.W.
Canton, OH 44708
phone: (330) 471-8231
Director of Bands
Malone College (same address
phone: (330) 471-8228.
|University of Mississippi||Band Scholarships||These awards are made on the basis of performing ability and potential for contribution to the band program. It is not necessary to major in music to receive a band scholarship.||David Willson
Director of Bands
University of Mississippi
Oxford, MS 38677
|University of Mississippi||Krista Henry Vernon Flute Scholarship||Flute scholarship information.||Closing Date: March 1 of each year|
|University of Louisiana at Lafayette||Master of Music Assistantship||The assistantship pays $7500 per year and tuition waivers. Partial housing waivers available. Duties include applied teaching, classroom teaching, or assistance with instructional facilities. Tapes are acceptable for audition purposes.||Dr. Andrea Loewy
University of Louisiana
PO Drawer 41207
Lafayette, LA 70504
email at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ball State University School of Music||The Ball State University School of Music announces a graduate teaching assistantship in flute for the 2007-2008 academic year. Duties include teaching flute minors and non-majors, assisting with the teaching of undergraduate flute majors, performing in the graduate woodwind quintet and possibly coaching woodwind chamber music and/or flute ensembles.||This full-time assistantship carries a stipend of $6400 per year for master’s students and $7900 per year for doctoral students. In addition to the paid stipend, graduate teaching assistants receive remission of the graduate course fee and the contingent portion of the general fee, plus an out-of-state fee waiver. Students holding the assistantship for the entire academic year are given a tuition waiver for the following summer. The total value of the assistantship for an out-of-state student exceeds $24,000. This assistantship is eligible for renewal of up to two years for master’s students and three years for doctoral students. The graduate assistant will also have the option to play in the flute section of the Muncie Symphony Orchestra (www.munciesymphony.org) at an additional per-service rate. In addition to the M.M. and D.A. programs in flute performance, Ball State also offers a new Artist Diploma.||
Contact The Ball State University School of Music to request a graduate application at www.bsu.edu/music. To apply for the assistantship, send a résumé of teaching and performing experience, cover letter and recent performance CD to: Dr. Julia Larson Mattern, Professor of Flute, School of Music, Ball State University, Muncie, IN 47306. Selected applicants will be invited to live auditions for entrance into the flute program and a complimentary lesson with Dr. Mattern. Please refer to the flute audition requirements at www.juliamattern.com; click on admissions and scroll down for graduate information.
|Ball State University School of Music||Undergraduate Scholarships for music majors||Half- and full-tuition scholarships for qualified students, plus other awards in smaller amounts. Awards are based on the entrance audition, teacher recommendations, academic record and leadership potential. All scholarships at Ball State University are awarded on a rolling basis, so it is to the student's advantage to apply and audition early. AUDITION DATES for 2006-2007 are: December 1, January 26, February 15, March 4 and March 31.||Dr. Julia Larson Mattern
Professor of Flute
School of Music, Ball State University
Muncie, IN, 47306
for more information, visit the flute studio website.
|University of Tennessee, School of Music||2011-2012 GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP IN Flute
DUTIES: Teach applied flute, coach chamber ensembles as needed. Other duties according to candidate’s abilities and interests.
STIPEND: Up to $5,000 plus tuition waiver and medical coverage.
The University of Tennessee (with an enrollment of 28,000 students) is centrally located in a region of exceptional scenic, historical and recreational interest. The School of Music offers the Master of Music degree with concentrations in choral conducting, collaborative piano, composition, instrumental conducting, jazz, music education, music theory, musicology, performance (organ, piano, strings, voice, winds, and percussion), and pedagogy (piano and vocal). For specific graduate curricula information, call 865-974-3331 or e-mail email@example.com.
DR. SHELLEY BINDER FLUTE PROFESSOR
2438 Dunford Hall 915 Volunteer Blvd. Knoxville,TN 37996-4040
|Dr. Shelley Binder, Associate Professor of Flute,
|Seattle Pacific University||Fine and Performing Arts Scholarships||Merit-based scholarships for majors and non-majors. Must participate in an ensemble.||$500 - $3,000||
|University of New Mexico||Graduate Fellowships, Teaching Assistantships and Tuition Waivers||The University of New Mexico Music Department and the UNM Bands and Orchestra are looking for excellent students and performers on flute wishing to study for a Master's Degree. Continue your education in beautiful Albuquerque, New Mexico. Clear blue skies, fabulous sunsets, along with the spectacular Sandia Mountains make Albuquerque an ideal place to enjoy learning. Coupled with an excellent faculty and a great facility, what better place to get a Master's Degree?||Valerie Potter
Professor of Flute
|Columbus State University, Schwob School of Music, Columbus, GA||Woodruff Award||The Woodruff Scholarship is an innovative program established for the Schwob School of Music by the Woodruff Family Foundation in December 1999. The Woodruff Scholarship, intended for entering undergraduates music majors, provides a five thousand dollar ($5,000) annual stipend and is renewable for up to four years for a total of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000). Woodruff Award winners also receive full-tuition, meal and housing allowance in addition to the Woodruff Award.||Dr. Francesca Arnone
Assistant Professor of Flute
West Virginia University
|Bemidji State University, Bemidji, Minnesota||Undergraduate awards in music include full tuition scholarships (for Minnesota residents only), housing scholarships, renewable $1000 leadership awards, and numerous other awards between $500 and $2000. Auditions will be held on campus on February 25, 2012. Recorded auditions are also accepted (to be eligible for a full-tuition scholarship, however, a student must have a live audition). Application forms and audition repertory are listed under "Scholarships" on the music department website at: BSU Music||
|University of Delaware||Graduate Flute Assistantship||Duties include playing in a graduate woodwind quintet, teaching flute methods, and teaching non-majors.||Covers tuition and awards a stipend of up to $15,200.||
|Baylor University||Undergraduate music majors: 68% of students qualify for some form of financial aid. Academic scholarships are largest; students wishing to major in music should apply early. Additional scholarships, and merit music scholarships, are available. For more information, please see http://www.baylor.edu/music/index.php?id=47145
Graduate Assistantships in Flute (MM): full tuition waiver and stipend.
For more information, please contact Dr. Francesca Arnone, flute professor, Baylor University School of Music: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Oklahoma City University||Woodwind Quintet assistantship for graduate flute.||Full tuition plus stipend.||Application and audition requirements can be located on the OCU website. Auditions scheduled for Spring 2016.||Questions can be directed to Professor Parthena Owens at email@example.com|